Ten year old duo of Danielle Albright and Tomas Contreras each came away from the Bakersfield Aquatic Club IMX swim meet as high point winners in their division. The IMX awards swimmers at single age divisions from 14 years old and below, with the 15-18 division combined. To be eligible for the high point award, swimmers must compete in each of the five IMX events in their age division. In the required five events for the recognition, Danielle won the 100 breast (1:34.55), 100 fly (1:30.85) and 200 IM (3:03.67) events, and followed with a 3rd place finish in the 200 free (2:40.30) and 4th place finish in the 100 back (1:33.44). Tomas Contreras swept all events winning the 200 free (3:02.60), 100 back (1:35.78), 100 breast (1:43.58), 100 fly (1:32.51) and 200 IM (3:28.09) events. Both Danielle and Tomas improved every event.
Other swimmers who swam undefeated, but competed in less than the five required events for the IMX award, include: Owen Ansel (age 15), Toby Jones (9),Mallory Korenwinder (14), and Khloe McCarthy (15). Swimmers in addition to Danielle Albright and Tomas Contreras who improved all events were: Owen Ansel, Daniel Haley, Jakob Koorey, Katherine Sullivan and Benjamin Wheeler.