TNT sent four of our top age group swimmers to one of the top age group meets in the nation (Greyson Canterbury, Hannah Giles, Jonathan Granada, and Mallory Korenwinder). During the preliminary heats on the first day of the meet ten year old Mallory Korenwinder breaks her pre-existing team record by swimming a 1:15.76 in her 100 breaststroke which is fast enough to enter finals in second place. Mallory is a returning finalist to the meet.
Ten year old Jonathan Granada travels to Morgan Hill to compete at his first Far Western meet after qualifying for the prestigious meet within his first year of club swimming. Not only does he qualify for the meet, he finals on his first day. This 10-year old’s 1:10.55 in his 100 fly is nearly a two second improvement over his pre-established team record, and will take him into finals in eighth place tonight (Thursday, April 2nd).
Greyson Canterbury also competed in his first Far Western meet and improved one second in his 100 fly. Hannah Giles is another returning finalist to the Far Western scene, and she swam the 200 breaststroke event for her first race.