Sean Coulter swims the 100-metre breast stroke in Courtenay last Sunday.

Salmon Kings make a splash

The Salmon Kings competed in yet another Island swim meet last weekend– this time 20 members travelled down to Courtenay to race

The Salmon Kings competed in yet another Island swim meet last weekend– this time 20 members travelled down to Courtenay to race.

Finn Bodnar and Sean Coulter both had spectacular meets with best times in each of their events.

Jamiliya Wellard, Jordann Warner, Kassidy Leighton, Kyla Painter and Janika Scriba all swam well as division 2 girls this weekend while Caitlin Laforge earned a ton of personal bests in her division 3 category.

Anna Glum swam a great 50-metre butterfly and Amy-Jane had an amazing IM taking off almost 20 seconds.

Olivia Carter, Nadia Gilson and Megan Wilson also had great weekends working hard for some top finishes.

Owen Wellard had a great meet racing hard in his 50-metre butterfly and Kurtis Scriba had an amazing 200 IM, taking off nearly 16 seconds.

Shelby Robertson and Keagan Leighton shared the title of Swimmer of the Meet for their amazing swims and positive attitudes throughout the weekend.

The Salmon Kings had another weekend of success pumping them up for this weekend in Nanaimo where they will face off against more teams on the Island and new teams visiting from the mainland.