Metcalfe wins two gold, four medals at Canadian age group championships

Hillary Metcalfe won two gold medals at the Canadian age group national swimming championships in Montreal.

Hillary Metcalfe won two gold medals at the Canadian age group national swimming championships in Montreal.

Hillary Metcalfe won four medals at the 2011 Canadian age group national swimming championships in Montreal.

Metcalfe was one of 10 members of the Langley Olympians Swim Club competing at the event, which wrapped up last week (Aug. 1).

The meet featured more than 220 clubs and 1,700 swimmers.

Metcalfe, 13, won gold in the 50 and 100 breast events, and took second in the 200 breast and bronze in the 200 individual medley. She set new club records in the 50 breast and 200 IM.

Justin Schramm, 13, also medaled at the meet, winning bronze in the 200 free. He also had a fifth-place finish in the 200 fly, setting new club record in the process.

Schramm was also ninth in the 100 fly and 400 free.

Chelsea Borrowdale, 12, was fifth in the 50 and 100 breast races, sixth in the 200 breast. She also had personal bests in all three.

Robyn Nakano, 12, was seventh in the 200 fly and ninth in the 50 and 100 fly, setting club records in the last two events. She also had personal bests in all three.

Siobhan Board, 13, was seventh in the 50 and 100 back events with a new club record in the 50.

Michael MacDonald, 15, was sixth in the 1,500 free, eighth in the 800 fee and ninth in the 200 back and 400 free.

Martha Metcalfe was eighth in the 400 IM.

Other swimmers  attending the meet were Kennedy Douglas, 12, who achieved four personal bests; Kyla Barton, 14, who had two personal bests, and Ryan Moloney, 15, who had four personal bests.

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