Jun 202018

At one of the most renown swim meets written about in historical literature related to the sport of swimming, Visalia’s Megan Ridenour earned a second swim at the 2018 Santa Clara International, a meet that regularly plays host to several world-class swimmers and teams representing a multitude of countries, and includes World Record holders such as USA’s Katie Ledecky and Ryan Murphy, as well as Canada’s Kylie Masse during 2018. This year, TNT had two swimmers who competed at the meet, and Megan Ridenour came away with the team’s only second swim, earning that privilege in the 200 meter breaststroke after posting a time of 2:50.34 in the preliminary heats, and then touching 36th in the D final of the event. JD Koster was our other athlete, and his highest place was 41st in the 50 meter butterfly.

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