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Two members of the Belleville Swim Club had impressive results at the Ontario Junior International short course swim meet held this past weekend at the Toronto Pan Am Pool.
In the Girls 18 and under competition 15 year old Peyton Mullowney posted a best time in four of her six swims and broke three club records. Mullowney qualified for the B final in the 200 meter breaststroke and posted a time of 2:35.06 to place 13th out of 57 competitors while breaking her own club record in the process.
In the 18 and under boys competition 17 year old Noah Brooks posted best times in three of his five swims and broke two club records in the 50 Free and 200 Free.
Mullowney and Brooks faced competition from the fastest 18 and under short course swimmers from across Canada as well as international squads from Great Britain, Scotland, England and Japan.
As part of the weekend long event other members of the Belleville Swim Club were invited to participate in additional development opportunities. Austin Williams attended the Eastern Ontario Regional Learn to Train Camp, while Caelen Calder, Myles Jackson, Jayden MacDonald, Brendan MacQuarrie, Maeve Mullowney, Abbi Solomon, Joey West and Ethan Williams attended the Swim Ontario FUNdamentals Camp on Saturday.