Swimmers see mixed results in Guelph

Three Aquanauts swimmers attended the Pepsi Victor Davis Memorial swim meet in Guelph last week and came home with varied results.
Heather Dutton, swimming in the girls’ 15 and over age category, earned her best result in the 100m butterfly, placing fourth with a time of 1:11.96.
She also finished seventh in two events (400m freestyle and the 50m butterfly), was ninth in the 200m freestyle, 14th in the 200m butterfly, 15th in the 50m breaststroke, and 16th in both the 100m freestyle and 50m backstroke.
Her worst showing was an 18th-place finish in the 50m freestyle.
Rachel Dutton, swimming in the girls’ 13 and 14 age category, brought home a fourth-place finish in the 100m freestyle with a time of 1:05.93.
She also was sixth in the 800m freestyle, seventh in both the 200m freestyle and 100m butterfly, 11th in the 50m butterfly, 14th in the 50m freestyle, and 17th in the 100 m backstroke.
Her lowest finish came in the 50m backstroke (24th).
Alex Parent, swimming in the boys’ 13 and 14 events, came 10th in the 400m freestyle for his best result (with a time of 5:09.95).
In 2002, Parent swam the event in a time of 5:10.85 to set a record for Swimmers with Athletic Disabilities (SWAD).
His other results were 14th in the 200m freestyle, 16th in the 100m freestyle, 23rd in the 50m butterfly and 100m backstroke, 24th in the 50m backstroke, and 25th in the 50m freestyle.
Parent’s worst time was a 1:19.15 in the 100m butterfly (29th).
The Aquanauts now are starting to prepare for the meet they’ll be hosting April 17-18.