9 August, 2021
Dolphins swim best times
AT THE 2021 Short Course Transition Meet over the weekend, all 20 Pioneer Dolphins who attended the meet swam personal bests with an outstanding result for all swimmers.
Thirteen families made the trip up to Townsville over the weekend for the last Short Course carnival of the 2021 season. President of Pioneer Swimming Club Damien Noon said, “These are fantastic results for our Dolphins.
“They have trained hard, some swimmers training up to six days per week. Their hard work has paid off, and we are extremely proud of all of our swimmers” he said. Pioneer Club Coach, Igor Demin, said, “We’ve been working hard as a team and training well during winter.
“It is very rewarding to see everyone in our team swimming personal bests on the weekend. “I’m really looking forward to the upcoming long course season and working on the momentum gained over the last couple of months,” he said. Stevie Brand (13 years old) swam a massive PB of 2 min 23.28 seconds in her 200m breaststroke event. Hayley Woodwell (16 years old) swam some amazing times in her first carnival. Pioneer trio, Zanthia Noon, Ella Bounden and Jade Bounden swam a time trial at the end of the second day of competition as they were very close to state short course qualifying times.
Ella Bounden (11 years old) successfully qualified for the Qld Short Course Sprint Championships in Brisbane in two weeks time. Jade Bounden (16 years old) also qualified for the Qld Short Course Sprint Championships. raining continues this week.
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