Lightning fast in Washington

Six members of Liquid Lightning Swim Club compete in Moses Lake

  • Jul. 23, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Accompanied by coach Tina Pomponio (left)

Six members of the Liquid Lightning Swim Club swam to 22 best times and set a new AAA provincial time at the Sizzlin’ Summer Long Course Meet in Moses Lake, Wash.

LLSC also placed 11th out 21 clubs in the team event.

Sydney Macfarlane swam to nine best times and dropped 16 seconds in her 200IM.

Liam Collie, just coming off AAA provincials, still managed to swim four best times and a set new AAA time taking off nine seconds in his 100 free.Nathaniel Hees, also coming off AAAs, swam to two best times, taking five seconds off his 100 breast.

Kaitie Mcconechey swam to 4 best times and dropped nine seconds in her 100 fly, while her brother Cameron swam to a new best time in 400IM.

Kaleigh Reese swam to two best times and dropped 10 seconds in her 200IM.


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