Successful weekend for Sea Wolves

Ten members all place at AA Championships in Victoria

The South Surrey-based Pacific Sea Wolves had a successful weekend in Victoria for the BC “AA” Championships held June 21-23.

Senior members led the pack, including Momi Miljenovic, 16, who took home gold in the 400-m individual medley, as well as three other top-eight swims. Miljenovic added to his accomplishments with six best times.

Michael Shenouda added seven bests to his gold medal win in the 200-m free, as well as three other top-eight swims, qualifying for the upcoming “AAA” championships.

Thomas Robinson took home silver in both the 100- and 200-m breast, bronze in the 200-m back, notching three best times.

Julia Albert, 13, who placed fifth in the 100-m back stroke and 100-m and 200-m breast. Albert rounded the weekend by swimming six of her best times.

Justine Albert, 15, swam 11 bests and placed second in the 200-m breast, third in the 100-m breast and had three other top-eight swims.

Twelve-year-old Tatum Fry swam four bests and placed fifth in the 400-m free and sixth in the 800-m free; Ainsley Greffard, 12, swam two best times and placed sixth in the 200-m individual medley; Alex Grieve, 15,  placed sixth in the 200-m fly, seventh in the 100-m breast and swam six bests; Kevin Liu, 11, swam four bests and placed fourth in the 50-m free.

Nicole Ure swam three lifetime bests and was 11th in the 200-m back and 13th in both the 100-m fly and 400-m free.

Up next for the Sea Wolves will be the BC “AAA” Championships held July 4-7 at UBC.



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