More short-course swimming medals

Jack Keepa third in 14-year boys' 100m butterfly

Jack Keepa third in 14-year boys' 100m butterfly

TWO more medals completed a successful campaign at the New Zealand short-course swimming championships in Auckland for Enterprise Cars Swim Team.

Jack Keepa added to his haul with third place in the 14-year boys’ 100 metres butterfly. He was also fifth in the 200m backstroke, eighth in the 100m freestyle and fourth in the 50m backstroke.

Jaimee Fisher was third in the 19-and-over women’s 400m individual medley and won the Open B final. She was also fourth in the 19-and-over 200m butterfly.

Nathan Proctor (15yr boys) and Cody Anderson (13yr boys) were fourth in their age group of the 1500m freestyle.

Comet Swimming Club’s Holly Fisher was eighth in the 15yr girls’ 200m backstroke and 11th in the 50m back.

TWO more medals completed a successful campaign at the New Zealand short-course swimming championships in Auckland for Enterprise Cars Swim Team.

Jack Keepa added to his haul with third place in the 14-year boys’ 100 metres butterfly. He was also fifth in the 200m backstroke, eighth in the 100m freestyle and fourth in the 50m backstroke.

Jaimee Fisher was third in the 19-and-over women’s 400m individual medley and won the Open B final. She was also fourth in the 19-and-over 200m butterfly.

Nathan Proctor (15yr boys) and Cody Anderson (13yr boys) were fourth in their age group of the 1500m freestyle.

Comet Swimming Club’s Holly Fisher was eighth in the 15yr girls’ 200m backstroke and 11th in the 50m back.

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