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Aquasonics dominate

The BC Aquasonics’ 13-15 combo team competes during Syncro BC’s provincial championships at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre. - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
The BC Aquasonics’ 13-15 combo team competes during Syncro BC’s provincial championships at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre.
— image credit: BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER

The host team dominated at the B.C. Synchronized Swimming Championships last weekend in Surrey, winning gold medals in every team event.

The B.C. Aquasonics won in the Senior, Junior A and 13-15A team events, as well as in the 13-15 combo category.

Olivia Zawadiuk of Coquitlam won gold in the senior solo event, and Seray Sefayi of Surrey won a silver medal in 13-15 solo.

Sefayi, Anna Seiler, Madyson Stickley and Erina Williams were the Surrey athletes on the senior team which won gold, as was White Rock’s Mackenzy Higgins. Sefayi, Seiler and Stickley were also on the junior squad.

Local swimmers on the 13-15A team and the 13-15 combo team included Jessica Friesen, Courtney Armstrong and Nancy Zhang of Surrey, and Delta residents Grade Macdonald and Abby Rothwell. Sefayi was also on the combo team.

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