Sungod swimmers medal at provincial meet

Delta pair brings home gold and bronze from AA long course championships.

Two of four swimmers from the Delta Sungod Swim Club won medals at the BC AA Long Course Championships in Victoria June 22-23.

Claudia Baxter, 12, won a gold medal in her 100m breast stroke race, and also placed fourth in the 200m breast stroke,.

Hailey Penner, one of the few 10 year olds to qualify in the 11-and-under group, won a bronze medal in the 400m freestyle, and was eighth in the 200m freestyle.

Caralyn Vossen and Taylor Bullock were the other team members of the Sungod club to qualify for the AA championships, which hosted 400 swimmers from across the province and Yukon.

Six Sungod swimmers will be attending the BC AAA Championships at UBC today (July 4).

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