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Thunderbirds swimmers recognized at year-end celebration

The Top Female Competitive trophy was achieved by Ayden Michaud, while the Top Male Competitive trophy was awarded to Trael Daly Stevens
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TBirds Team Photo Banquet 2019
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The CT33 Thunderbird 2019 Awards Banquet was held June 7, as numerous awards were handed out to deserving athletes.

Provincial Time Achiever awards were presented to swimmers who by their hard work, talent and dedication achieved at least one Provincial time in the current Swim Season. Ten team members received this award. Provincial standard achievers are Jesse Hammond, Trael Daly Stevens, Evan Kilroy, Jenna Wall, Samuel Denomme, Ayden Michaud, Owen Baas, Robby Baas and Fia Diorio.

Timothy Corbeil received the Most Improved Swimmer trophy which is awarded to the swimmer who showed the most improvement from last season to this season. Timothy demonstrated perseverance and a desire to improve during practices and swimming competitions.

Age Category trophies were awarded to swimmers who swam most or all season in their respective categories and showed great swimming results during competition and during practices. For the 10 & Under age category, Owen Baas received the award. Fia Diorio, received the 11 & 12 award. Sydney Doidge received the 13 & 14 age category while Sam Denomme received the award for the 15 & over age category.

The Top Male Competitive trophy was awarded to Trael Daly Stevens for achieving high performance and showed great swimming results during competitions from Regional, Provincial and National Competition. The Top Female Competitive trophy was achieved by Ayden Michaud.

The Top Swimmer trophy was awarded to Jenna Wall who achieved the top cumulative FINA scores showcasing her talent, performance; desire to improve her swimming skills and achieving the highest level during the swimming competitive season.

The Coaches Trophy was awarded to Grace Hong who demonstrated perseverance, the willingness to improve by using coaching feedback and showed superb sportsmanship during practices and swimming competitions.

Sydney Doidge received the Jenipher Duguay Award for showing great leadership and had a positive attitude during practices and swimming competitions. Sydney displayed team spirit and contributed to the fun and encouragement of all swim team members.

Lainevool family received the Swim A Thon Trophy for most money collected for a family and Ayden Michaud for most money collected by an individual.

The Paula Palangio Award was awarded to Kelly Hammond. Kelly showed exemplary service to the swim club in the capacity of President. His contribution, time devoted to the development and functionality of the Thunderbirds Swim Club were appreciated.

Follow the CT-33 Thunderbirds at www.northbaythunderbirds.com.




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