The Thunder Bay Artistic Swimming Club's competitive team has returned from the Canadian Prairie Championships in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with impressive results. The competition took place from May 5-7 and featured clubs from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.
The Provincial Youth Team swimmers put on a great performance and earned 3rd place in their division, after competing with 13 other teams. The Provincial Novice team of swimmers under 12 years of age also shone, taking home 1st place after competing against 4 other teams. The team's hard work and dedication truly paid off.
In addition to the team's success, individual swimmers delivered impressive results where Alexis Ball placed 2nd out of 18 other swimmers in the Youth Solo Free event and Myah Harvey placed 1st in figures out of 36 other swimmers for her age category, highlighting their skill and dedication to their sport.
"We are incredibly proud of our team's performance at the Canadian Prairie Championships," said the Thunder Bay Artistic Swimming Club head coach Lisa Dunville. "The dedication and hard work of our swimmers and coaches have truly paid off, and we are thrilled to have brought home such impressive results."
Dunville continued, "Our team's success at the championships is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our swimmers, coaches, and families. We are proud of what we have accomplished and excited for what is to come." The club’s three Junior swimmers are competing May 7-13 at the 2023 Canadian Nationals taking place in Calgary, AB.
The Thunder Bay Artistic Swimming Club has a long history of success, and this recent competition only adds to their already impressive list of accomplishments. The club remains committed to supporting its swimmers and helping them achieve their full potential, both in and out of the pool.
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