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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Fun In The Sun At Florida Swimming Open Water Champs

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

With plenty of American and Canadian Olympians and star open water athletes on hand competing hard, smiling widely, and giving open water swimming clinics, it was the younger generations who were fueled with inspiration this weekend at the Open Water Swimming Festival in Miromar Lakes in Fort Myers, Florida.

The results in the younger generations are as follows:

Girls 10&Under 800m
1. Kelsey Swartout 12:26.69
2. Rachel Jamieson 12:43.81
3. Patricia Patricca 12:48.04
4. Amber Ewald 12:49.24
5. Leah Fonnotto 12:35.70

Boys 10&Under 800m
1. Ethan Brewer 12:46.59
2. Jacob Good 15:05.29
3. Alexander Alekov 16:35.79
4. Diego Corredor 19:57.34

Girls 11-12 2.5 km
1. Isabella Marsala 34:33.00
2. Morgan Shinault 37:09.80
3. Gwynne English 37:55.20
4. Carolina Loayza 40:14.90
5. Skylar Davis 42:47.20

Boys 11-12 2.5 km
1. Trevor McGovern 34:38.50
2. Zachary Brewer 36:04.60
3. Joshua Benzon 37:42.40
4. William Walker 38:55.50
5. Antonio Medina 40:26.30
6. John Fonnotto 40:28.20
7. Ryan McMahon 43:29.90
8. Jack Moreland 48:51.10

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