Triple gold and double bronze for Loepkky

Chilliwack Spartan Swim Club swimmers won 21 medals at a Lower Mainland Regional Championship meet in Richmond.

Spartan swimmers brought home 21 medals from the Lower Mainland Regional Championships, held Feb. 25-26 in Richmond.

Carson Loeppky was responsible for three gold medals in the 50m fly, 200m individual medley and 50m breaststroke.

He added bronze in the 100m freestyle and 400m individual medley.

Conrad Loeppky (12-year-old boys) finished first in the 200m individual medley and third in the 50m backstroke.

In the same group, Wyatt Hine earned silver in the 200m freestyle.

In the 12-year-old girls division, Jordan Hryciw earned gold in the 200m breaststroke and silver in both the 50 and 100m breaststrokes.

Kianna Folk placed first in the 50m breaststroke and third in the 100m freestyle.

Nadia Strelioff was first in the 200m backstroke, adding bronze medal finishes in both the 100m breaststroke and 200m freestyle.

In the 15-year-old girls division, Kila Hine placed first in the 200m fly and second in the 100m fly.

Erika Sang produced triple silver in the 50m freestyle, 200m fly and 200m individual medley.

More than 400 athletes attended the meet.

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