RIPTIDES MEDAL

By Jamie Harkins

March 21, 2017 12:00 AM

RIPTIDES MEDAL Lloydminster Riptides swimmers, from left, Stephen Ostrowski, Ryan Schwab, Matia Kuehn, Anna Clements and Synaia Kuehn (missing is Rayna Bender, Julianna Perkins, Joelle Price, Denaya Roznowski and Victoria Tucker) recently competed at the Saskatchewan 2017 'A' Provincial Championship Short Course competition in Moose Jaw. The team completed a combined total of 60 swims in the 25-metre pool and recorded 42 best times for a 217.55 second improvement. Anna Clements captured a bronze medal in the 100-m breast stroke, Stephen Ostrowski scored a silver medal in the 50-m breast stroke and Matia Kuehn won bronze medals in the 100-m free style and 200-m integrated medley and a silver medal in the 50-m free style. SUBMITTED PHOTO

RIPTIDES MEDAL Lloydminster Riptides swimmers, from left, Stephen Ostrowski, Ryan Schwab, Matia Kuehn, Anna Clements and Synaia Kuehn (missing is Rayna Bender, Julianna Perkins, Joelle Price, Denaya Roznowski and Victoria Tucker) recently competed at the Saskatchewan 2017 ‘A’ Provincial Championship Short Course competition in Moose Jaw. The team completed a combined total of 60 swims in the 25-metre pool and recorded 42 best times for a 217.55 second improvement. Anna Clements captured a bronze medal in the 100-m breast stroke, Stephen Ostrowski scored a silver medal in the 50-m breast stroke and Matia Kuehn won bronze medals in the 100-m free style and 200-m integrated medley and a silver medal in the 50-m free style.
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