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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Swimming Across The Ice In Lake Memphremagog

Courtesy of Bailey Photo and Phil White, Lake Memphremagog, Vermont.

After winning two freestyle events, Craig Ross also won the 25m butterfly sprint at the 2018 Memphremagog Winter Swim Festival this past weekend in Vermont's Lake_Memphremagog.

Daina Bouquin won her second event in the 25m butterfly after winning the 100m freestyle.

25m Butterfly Female Results:
1. Daina Bouquin 16.21
2. Jaimie Monahan 16.95 [shown above]
3. Kellie Latimer 17.85
4. Cindy Werhane 18.11
5. Martha Wood 18.76
6. Terry Casey 19.58
7. Janet Manning 20.37
8. Lauren Byron 20.51
9. Vera Rivard 20.63
10. Aimee Jones 20.83
11. Elaine Howley 21.25
12. Catherine Delneo 23.37
13. Ruth Goradia 25.58
14. Mary Stabinsky 30.79
15. Sarah King 35.34

25m Butterfly Male Results:
1. Craig Ross 13.71
2. Richard Born 15.73
3. Stephen Rouch 16.04
4. Andrew Wallace 16.05
5. Arik Thormahlen 16.11
6. Talbott Crowell 17.3
7. Greg O'Connor 17.85
8. Ed Gabriels 18.62
9. Richie Eslawa 21.96
10. Ted Hirsch 22.74
11. John Gale 25.04

25m Breaststroke Female Results:
1. Elizabeth Almond 21.43
2. Amy Ross 21.59
3. Janet Manning 22.02
4. Kellie Latimer 23.06
5. Martha Wood 23.57
6. Vera Rivard 24.29
7. Elaine Howley 24.71
8. Kristie DeMarco 24.87
9. Catherine Delneo 26.71
10. Paula Yankauskas 27.74
11. Sarah Clark 27.86
12. Susan Kirk 28.67
13. Mindy Bowens 30.08
14. Mary Stabinsky 31.59
15. Sarah King 33.98
16. Louise Hyder-Darlington 41:55:12

25m Breaststroke Male Results:
1. Andrew Wallace 18.94
2. Chris Criswick 22.36
3. Greg O'Connor 22.76
4. Blake Hargis 23.35
5. Ed Gabriels 23.47
6. Ritchie Eslawa 23.81
7. Richard Born 26.02
8. Ted Hirsch 26.98
9. Edwin Greenfield 27.1
10. John Gale 30.34
11. Elliot Reed 34.15

200m Relay (4x50m) Results:

1. Crazy Cannucks 2.24.51
2. L1 2.29.62
3. MemFreeze 2.36.02
4. NM Dream Team 2.40.44
5. Maine & Ed 2.47.94

For freestyle results, visit here.

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