Hannah Milic (centre) of the Delta Sungod Swim Club with the gold medal won in the 200m butterfly at the BC Short Course AA Championships in Penticton last weekend.

Milic medals twice at B.C. championships

Delta Sungod swimmers compete at provincial meet in Penticton

Hannah Milic won two medals at the BC Short Course AA Championships in Penticton last weekend.

The Delta Sungod Swim Club member was very successful at the meet, which featured 350 swimmers in several age groups. Milic, 14, qualified for the final in all six events she contested, winning a gold medal in the 200m butterfly and a silver medal in the 400m individual medley.

She was also fifth in the 200m individual medley, 200m breast stroke and the 100m butterfly, and seventh in the 50m butterfly. Her times in the two butterfly races and the 400m individual medley were good enough to qualify for the provincial AAA championships.

Amaris Gutierrez Sandoval, 14, qualified for one final, placing sixth in the 200m butterfly.

Cory Bullock and Maddison Lupien swam in consolation finals. Bullock, 15, placed 12th in the 200m and 400m freestyle races, and was 13th in the 200m back stroke, while  Lupien, 16, was 16th in the 800m freestyle.

Just Posted

Surrey RCMP searching for missing 15-year-old Aboriginal girl

Police say Megan Hindmarch was last seen in the 12400-block of 97B Street at 8 p.m. on June 18

‘Not much has changed’: Why overcrowding in Surrey schools has persisted for decades

FINAL IN A SERIES: Education minister, longtime trustee weigh in on packed Surrey schools

Dream of touring about to come true for White Rock comedian who uses wheelchair

‘Ramp for Ryan’ benefit show raised $4,500 for Ryan Lachance’s portable ramp

City, RCMP tackling “distressed” Surrey properties

The idea is to improve public safety and social concerns in Surrey’s neighbourhoods

Ill-fated Surrey recovery house to host open house

Back on Track event planned for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 21

Scorpion gives birth after hitching ride in B.C. woman’s luggage

A Vancouver woman inadvertently brought the animal home from a trip to Cuba

VIDEO: Rare white killer whale captured by drone near Campbell River

The transient orca has been named Tl’uk, a Coast Salish word that means ‘moon.’

B.C. oil tanker ban squeaks through final vote in Senate

Bill C-48 bars oil tankers from loading at ports on B.C’s north coast

Teens have privacy rights, doctor tells inquest into B.C. boy’s opioid death

Elliot Eurchuk died of a drug overdose. He was found unresponsive in his bedroom in April 2018

’When thunder roars, go indoors’: How to keep safe before lightning strikes

Each year, an estimated 10 deaths and as many as 164 injuries are lightning-related

B.C. rolls out online registration to speed up evacuee processing

Central Okanagan district tests province’s streamlined emergency management digital self-registration

VIDEO: After 73 years, siblings separated by adoption reunite in B.C

Donna Smith of Abbotsford and Clayton Myers of Williams Lake are glad they met each other

NHL Draft 2019: First-round mock selections

Hughes expected to go No. 1 overall; Canucks have 10th pick

New Westminster police seek video of fight between two teens

Police responded to a fight at Pier Park in the early hours of June 14

Most Read