Many medals for Spartan swimmer

Chilliwack Spartan Conrad Loeppky collected four medals at the Lower Mainland Swim Championships in Richmond.

Conrad Loeppky medalled four times at the BC Lower Mainland Swim Championships, held last weekend in Richmond.

The Spartan Swim Club athlete competed in the 14 and over boys division, winning double gold in the 100 and 200 metre breaststrokes. He added silver in the 50m freestyle and bronze in the 200m freestyle.

In the same group, Aidan Braun finished fourth in the 200m backstroke.

Carlos Enciso was fourth in the 200m breaststroke and freestyle.

Anna Dumont Belanger had a productive day in the 12 and 13 year old girls group, earning double gold in the 400m individual medley and 1500m freestyle.

She finished fourth in the 200m fly and 400m freestyle.

Teammate Meghan Carmichael scored silver in the 100m breaststroke, adding bronze in the 100 and 200m backstrokes.

She just missed the podium in the 800m freestyle, finishing fourth.

Camryn Hryciw earned bronze in the 50m breaststroke, with Maiah Balzer placing eighth.

In the 14 and over girls group, Erika Sang got gold in the 50m fly and finished fourth in the 100m fly. Kila Hine snagged silver in the 200m fly and bronze in the 100m fly. Jordyn Hryciw finished fourth in the 100m breaststroke and 400m freestyle.   Jean Leslie powered her way to bronze in the 50m backstroke, placing fourth in both the 100 and 200m backstrokes.

In the 10 and under girls division Jaelyn Bjornerud-Brown bagged bronze in the 50m breaststroke, while Halle Causton and Julia Hirch placed seventh and eighth in the 50m fly.

In the 11 year old girls division, Angela Encisco swam to silver in the 100m fly. Jacey Chavez was fourth in the 200m fly.

Emily Manley was seventh in the 50m breaststroke.

Lucas Santangelo won three bronze medals in the 12 and 13 year old boys division, placing third in the 400m freestyle and individual medley and 1500m freestyle.

Get Spartan info online at spartanswimclub.com

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