Five of twelve swimmers scored, while three of them medaled taking the team to a 24th place finish in
The overall improvement percentage was 56% and was led by 100% improvements from Greyson Canterbury (2 of 2 events improved), Jonathan Granada (6 of 6 events improved), Dax Korenwinder (1 of 1 event improved) and Josh Koster (6 of 6 events improved). Christopher Nolan improved 4 of 6 events for a 67% improvement, while Alex Hansen, Chris Hansen and Mallory Korenwinder each improved 50% of their times.
Although some may be soon aging up from their current age group, new Far Western cuts were achieved by three swimmers while at the meet. Ten year old Jonahan Granada leads in number of new cuts by qualifying in three new events: 100 fly, 200 free and 200 IM. Ten year old Khloe McCarthys time improvements bring two events further under the Far Western standard in the 200 IM and 100 free, while twelve year old Josh Koster makes his first cut in the 200 free event. Eleven year old Chris Hansen achieved his first Transition time standard in the 100 breaststroke event.
Our quad team of 11-12 year old boys who included Chris Nolan, Joshua Avila, Greyson Canterbury and Joshua Koster swam four relays at the meet and placed 8th in the 400 free relay, 9th in the 400 medley relay, 10th in the 200 free relay, and 12th in the 200 medley relay.