Shepparton Swimming Club members have posted some impressive performances at the Victorian Open Short Course Championships.OLIVER CAFFREY August 7, 2014 3:10am
Hayley Hogan was just one of the Shepparton swimmers to perform well at the Victorian Open Short Course Championships in Melbourne at the weekend.
Shepparton swimmers took it right up to the state’s best at the Victorian Open Short Course Championships at the weekend.
Seven Shepparton Swimming Club members raced at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on Saturday and Sunday.
Brennan Swift, Tom Houston and Hayley Hogan were the best performed locals, finishing eighth in their respective 100
Swift finished in a time of 56.23, Houston touched the wall at 29.82 and Hogan came in at 1:04.03
Swift also swam in the 50
Houston finished 10th in the 100
Club co-captain Hogan had a busy program — 200
Kalen Swift finished 19th in the 50
Club co-captain Nick Carroll competed in the 50
Hayley McCulloch swam a time of 37.36 to finish 46th in the 50
In the 11-and-under 100
Shepparton finished 45th in the club standings.
The next big meet will be the Victorian Country Short Course Championships to be held at Aquamoves on August 16 and 17.
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