Chilliwack Spartan swimmers make waves in Langley

Mary Rose Jerodico led the charge for the Chilliwack swim club, with wins in four races.

Several members of the Spartan Swim Club competed in Langley last weekend, with Mary Rose Jerodico turning in a dominant performance.

Competing in the 12-and-under girls’ division, Jerodico won four events, finishing first in the 100 metre backstroke, freestyle and breaststroke and 200m individual medley.

Bronwen Wheeler produced a first place finish in the 200m fly and third place finish in the 100m fly.

Emma Evans placed second in the 100, 200, and 400m freestyles. Kyra Langer stroked to second in the 200m backstroke with Alexis Reid in fourth.

In the 12-and-over girls’ group, Emily De Jager sprinted her way to a third place finish in the 50m freestyle.

In the same division on the boys’ side, Emily’s brother James matched her with a third place finish in his 50m freestyle race.

In the 12-and-under boys’ division, Niall Johnson achieved second place showings in the 100m freestyle and 400m IM, placing third in the 200m backstroke, 400m freestyle and 200m IM.

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