Kamloops Tsunami's season ends in Surrey

The Kamloops Tsunami finished off their competitive season in Surrey this past weekend, with 22 racers participating for the Okanagan region at the B.C. Summer Swimming Association (BCSSA) Championships.

Though there were no podium finishes, the club had some good results across divisions. 

Shale Maurice finished eighth in the 50m fly, ninth in the 100m freestyle, 10th in the 100m individual medley and 12th in the 50m breaststroke in Open Category 1.

In the Open Category 2, Sebastian Martin finished eighth in the 50m fly and 11th in the 50m freestyle.

In Division 1, Gwenna Faupel finished 12th in the 100m freestyle, 14th in the 50m breaststroke and sixth as a part of the girls regional 200m medley relay.

Cooper Heide finished seventh in the boys Division 2 200m medley Regional Relay.

In Division 6 Raina McEachern-Toombs finished 13th in the 50m fly and 16th in the 100m fly. She also raced for the Girls Division 6 200m medley regional relay team and helped them finish fifth.

Denae Branchflower finished 12th in the 200m individual medley, 12th in the 100m backstroke in Division 7, while also helping her regional Division 7 200m medley relay team to a sixth-place finish.

The Tsunami's competitive season will resume again next June.

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