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Fort Macleod Sharks coach puts bite on provincial gold

Megan Heggenstaller

Megan Heggenstaller

MEGAN HEGGENSTALLER – GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR
FORT MACLEOD — The Fort Macleod Sharks qualified three swimmers to compete in Edmonton this past weekend at the Alberta Summer Swimming Association Provincial Championships.
In the boys 9-10 age group, Travis Loyst placed fourth in the 50-m backstroke with a two-second best time for a time of 42.89.
In the 100-m freestyle, Travis took off another two seconds for a time of 1:25.85 and an 11th-place finish.
In the boys 11-12 age group, Bradley Palmer placed seventh in 100-m backstroke with a 0.5 second best time for a time of 1:24.24.
Bradley also placed sixth in the 50-m backstroke with a time of 37.87.
Sharks head coach Megan Heggenstaller competed in the 18 and over age division, taking home a silver medal in the 50-m breaststroke with a time of 35.22 and a gold medal in the 100-m individual medley with a time of 1:11.75.
Great job to the swimmers who represented Fort Macleod not only this past weekend, but all summer long.
The Fort Macleod Sharks wrapped up a very successful season with many best times, personal improvements and a lot of fun along the way

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