Kienas collects medals at AA swim meet

Chilliwack Spartans Brook Kienas and Conrad Loeppky picked up three medals apiece at the BC AA Swim Championships in Victoria.

Six Chilliwack Spartans combined for seven medals at the BC AA Swim Championships, held Friday through Sunday in Victoria.

The meet was host to 350 swimmers.

Brook Kienas competed in the 13-year-old girls division, reeling in three of the seven medals won by Spartans. Kienas scored silver in the 200m freestyle and added double-bronze in the 100m freestyle and fly. She was fourth in the 200m individual medley, fifth in the 50m freestyle and eighth in the 100m breaststroke.

Racing against 14-year-old boys, Conrad Loeppky picked up silver medals in the 100m and 200m breaststrokes, adding bronze in the 200m individual medley. He was fifth in the 100m Fly.

Anna Dumont-Belanger (11-and-under girls) swam to silver in the 400m individual medley. She placed fourth in the 800m freestyle, fifth in the 200m fly and seventh in the 400m freestyle.

Wyatt Hine (13-year-old boys) finished fourth in the 100m breaststroke and sixth in the 200m breaststroke and individual medley.

Nadia Strelioff (14-year-old girls) finished fourth in the 100m breastroke and 200m individual medley, and placed fifth in the 200m breaststroke.

Call 604-858-7946 (SWIM) for Spartans info.

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