Carmel Valley swimmers shine at San Diego Imperial Junior Olympics meet

Several Carmel Valley swimmers recently set records at the San Diego Imperial Junior Olympics swim meet. Annabel Tomes of Carmel Valley set the Junior Olympic Record in the 100 M free event with a time of 51.71, earning a Winter Nationals cut and a Junior National cut in the 50 free. Her teammate (and fellow Carmel Valley resident) Molly Barry also set a Junior Olympics record in the 1500 free with a time of 17:16.62, earning her a Junior National time. In addition, Kelsey Kafka of Carmel Valley set a J.O. record in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:21.51, earning a Winter Nationals cut.

Annabel, Kelsey and Molly will all be competing next week in the Junior Nationals at Stanford.

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  5. Carmel Del Mar hosts districtwide Junior Olympics

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