STATE and country qualifying times were the highlights of Warrnambool Swimming Club’s annual longcourse event on Sunday.
Terang’sIngrid Cavarsan posted a Victorian sprint qualifying time for the 11-year-old girls’ 50-metre backstroke, while Warrnambool’s Harrison Holmes booked his country championships’ spot for the 12-year-old boys’100-metre freestyle.
Warrnambool coach Jayson Lamb said swimmers still had ample time to qualify for the Melbourne-based state championships in February and January’scountry championships in Bendigo.
AND THEY’RE OFF: Swimmers launch into backstroke as part of the Warrnambool club meet’s jam-packed program at AquaZone on Sunday. Pictures: Rob Gunstone
Lamb said 110 competitors took part in Sunday’s meeting, including 70 Warrnambool-aligned swimmers.
Some entrants came from as far as Melbourne and Geelong to compete.
“Everyone raced really well and we talked about procedures and getting that right and they did that well,” he said.
“We were happy with how the day went and we finished with a club Christmas party with a slip and slide.”
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