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Titans swimmers shine in Sudbury

The team’s top female swimmer was Julia Rivet. Julia captured the High Points trophy in the 10 and under division with 6 first place medals, 1 second and 1 third place medal.
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Titans swimmer Ayden Michaud competing in the 100 M Butterfly in Sudbury. Photo submitted.

The North Bay Titans swim team competed at the Sudbury Laurentian Swim Club’s Long Course Invitational meet May 12-14. Swimmers had to achieve time standards to qualify. Fourteen Titan swimmers competed with swimmers from 13 other teams.

The team’s top female swimmer was Julia Rivet. Julia captured the High Points trophy in the 10 and under division with 6 first place medals, 1 second and 1 third place medal.

The Titan’s top male swimmer was Gabriel Cadieux with 2 first place, 3 second place and 2 third place medals.

Chloe Popp had 1 first place medal as well as 3 second place and 1 third. Joshua Gough earned a second place and a third place medal. Other third place medals went to Drew Stephenson, Ethan Yates and Owen Baas.

Brody Marietti, Ayden Michaud and Jillian O’Donnell all made finals in the 13-14 year old division and all had top 5 finishes in multiple events.

Personal best times were achieved by Katelyn Warner, Emily Yates and Mikaelle Dobbs.

The Titans next meet is the Fred Rams Championships in Timmins on May 27-28. This meet is for 14 and under swimmers.



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