Caldwell wins three medals at CIS championships

Hillary Caldwell won three medals at CIS Swim Championships last month. - Contributed photo
Hillary Caldwell won three medals at CIS Swim Championships last month.
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Pacific Sea Wolves swimmer Hillary Caldwell picked up a trio of medals at Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Championships last month in Calgary.

Swimming for the University of Victoria, Caldwell won both the 50- and 200-m backstroke events, and was also part of UVic’s 4x200 freestyle relay team that finished with bronze medals.

“Just fantastic swimming for her,” said PSW coach Brad Dingey.

Meanwhile, a handful of Caldwell’s younger PSW teammates swam well at Lower Mainland Region Championships recently. Annabelle Epp, Madisen Muncey Buckley, Emily Liang, Cassandra Hnatsyzen, Nicole Ure, Karl Rumm and Zach Sutherland all posted top-eight swims in their age divisions.



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