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Preliminary 2016 Top 5 List Published
2016 11 and Over Championships High Point Winners
Congratulations to this summer's11 and Over Championship High Point winners
- 11 Natalie Young THSC & Diego Nosack THSC
- 12 Fay Lustria THSC & Khai Tran MAC
- 13 Nina Zweifel TDPS & Marco Nosack THSC
- 14 Tia Lindsay THSC & Kevin Keil MAC
- 15 & O Dhani Freeland HRST & Noah Cutting MVA
Overall Team Scores
- 1 THSC
- 2 TDPS
- 3 MAC
- 4 LOSC
- 5 MVA
- 6 CAT
- 7 BEND
- 8 CRST
New OSI records set at 11 & Over Championships
This past weekend at the 11 and Over Championships, Tualatin Hills' Fay Lustria set a new 11-12 girls 400 IM record with a 5:16.03. Grace Knutson held the previous record at 5:18.60. The TDPS relay team of Nina Zweifel, Kaitlyn Dobler, Lily Gardner and Audrey Gingras combined to break LOSC's 2008 13-14 girls 200 medley relay record of 2:02.23 with a 2:01.59.
2016 Oregon Zone Team
Congratulations to all of you!
If you have not already done so you will need to access one document found on http://oregonswimming.org/ which includes medical information, insurance coverage, and a code of conduct. Scan and email the completed document to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm on Friday, August 5th and take the original to the airport so that it can be collected by the Zone Team Manager.
**More information is forthcoming. Thank you for being patient while it is compiled.
|Fay Marie Lustria||THSC|
2016 Zone Staff
Keep training, stay hydrated and healthy, get plenty of rest and KEEP OREGON FAST! See you soon!
Julie Greenaway - Maxwell Medals Award
Every two months Swimming World magazine and Maxwell Medals recognizes an official for their outstanding contributions to local swimming. Each LSC or other governing body can submit a candidate that is deserving of recognition and the winning official is selected by a sub-committee of the National Officials Committee to be recognized in Swimming World magazine every two months. August’s recognition goes to Julie Greenway with Oregon Swimming.
Julie certified as a Timing Judge in Oregon in 2007 and was grandfathered in as an Admin Official when the certification came out two years ago. Prior to 2007, she was already involved in the Meet Director role. She is affiliated with Mt Hood Aquatics, one of the biggest clubs in Oregon. This club hosts 15 – 20 meets a year, and she is involved in many of them. She was a Meet Director for both the LC Sectional meet and the USA Swimming Futures meet this summer, as well as assisting with many others. She has worked tirelessly and put in countless hours over the years organizing and running both small and large meets. When she is not the Meet Director, she is often the Admin Official or a Timing Judge. She is considered an expert trainer and counted on by our LSC for her skills in training Admin Officials, Timing Judges and Meet Directors. No mater how chaotic or hectic things may be, she always has a positive attitude and a smile on her face. Her children are no longer swimming competitively, but she continues to be committed to the sport.
Jacob Pebley Earns Spot on US Olympic Team
Congratulations to Jacob Pebley who earned a spot on the USA Olympic Team by placing second in the 200 backstroke last night. Jacob grew up swimming for Corvallis before heading off to swim at the University of California Berkley. Jacob joins a small group of swimmers with Oregon ties who have made the US Olympic team, including Kim Peyton (1976), Brent Lang (1988), and Chris Thompson (2000). The opening ceremony for the 2016 Rio Olympics are August 5, with swimming scheduled to begin the following day.