Master swimmers from the Prince Albert Sharks Swim Club achieved near record results on the weekend at the Goldfins/Lasers meet in Saskatoon on the weekend.
Brittney Harley, who placed first in all her events, was 1.5 seconds away from the provincial record in 50-metre freestyle, 1.8 seconds off the provincial record in the 50-metre butterfly and 3.9 seconds off in the 100-metre individual medley.
Head coach Hazem Hussein said both Harley and fellow swimmer Sharon Lyons did “amazing.”
Lyons swam in the 50-metre backstroke, 50-metre breaststroke, 50-metre freestyle and 100-metre individual medley.
The weekend’s meet marks the beginning of the season for master swimmers.
The next competition for master swimmers is March 2 in Regina at the RMSC Invitational.
Meanwhile, younger squads from the Sharks are training for the Goldfins Brainsport Winter Classic Invitational and Developmental Meet Feb. 8-10 in Saskatoon.
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