Kelowna, BC, – Thirty five clubs representing 190 swimmers from across British Columbia, Canada and the USA participated in a successful BC Masters Swimming Provincial Championships this weekend at Kelowna’s H2O Adventure and Fitness Centre.
Hosted by Okanagan Masters Swim Club (OMSC), the three-day event saw eight Canadian Masters and three US Masters records fall, as well as several BC records.
KISU’s OK Falls resident Glen Carlsen
The Okanagan was well represented, with KISU’s Okanagan Falls resident Glenn Carlsen AG 60-64 securing two Canadian records in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyle and a BC record in the 400 meter freestyle. Carlsen said, “It’s always fun to race in Kelowna, because the people are always so friendly and welcoming. Masters swimming is like getting together with family who all love to race.”
OMSC’s Betty Brussel AG 90-94 and Conny Stamhuis AG 85-89 showed true grit by setting new…
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