PAC Swimming Top 10 at San Diego-Imperial Swimming Long Course Junior Olympics

The following PAC swimmers competed in the recent San Diego-Imperial Swimming Long Course Junior Olympics:  From front left, three rows:

•Jacque Wenger:  8 & Under 50M Back, 38.13  Made finals for every race. Sets new San Diego Imperial Swimming record.

•Cassidy Liu 10 & Under 50M Fly, 44.49

•Edward Zhang 10 & under 50M Back, 45.15

•Noelle Diamond 10 & Under 100M Breast 1:50.12

•Audrey Le 11-12 50M Fly, 33.79

•Ian Moore 10 & Under 50M Back, 45.25

•Lukas Marxer 11-12  50M Back, 1:18.13 5th in Finals

•Maggie Enloe 11-12 100M Back, 1:22.81

•Evelyn Chou 10 & Under 100M Breast 1:44.20

•Katy Rhodes 11-12 50M Back, 36.11 4th in Finals

•Coach Michael Galindo, San Diego-Imperial Swimming Coach of the Year

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  3. Rhythms bound for Junior Olympics
  4. Carmel Valley student overcomes adversity to excel at swimming and running
  5. Carmel Del Mar Junior Olympics

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