Area Swimming Report
Fairfax Station, Hunt Valley, Little Rocky Run, Burke Station win.
Ronan Lauinger breaks CSL's 25-yard breaststroke record.
The Oakton Otters dive team defeated Tuckahoe.
Five more pool records set.
Five pool records set in hot weather.
The RiverBend StingRays defeated International Country Club, 326.5-189.5.
The Langley Wildthings swim team defeated the Waynewood Dolphins, 221-199.
The McLean swim team defeated Highlands Swim, 246-174 on July 7.
Chesterbrook defeated Vienna Woods, 323-97 on July 7.
The WGCC swim team defeated Congressional, 300-142.
Well, if you needed something to do this week and you were a member of the Sequoia Farms swim team, you certainly were in luck. There was the “IM Tough” meet on Monday, the “Tri-Meet” on Wednesday, the “Dual Meet” on Saturday, then the “Relay Carnival” on Sunday. Or, as many families in Northern Virginia might say during this time of year, “it was all swimming — all the time.”
The Franklin Glen Gators swim team continued its winning ways last Saturday with a victory over Armfield Farms. The 3-1 Gators moved up to the White Division this year in the Colonial Swim League after an undefeated season in the Blue Division. In addition to some impressive wins, there have been several pool records broken.
The Sully Station SSTs endured some tough competition Saturday, July 14 as the Langley Wild Things stole the show, beating the SSTs, 231-189. Despite the loss, the SSTs persevered, winning 17 individual events, five relays, racking up points with 38 swimmers reaching second- and third-place finishes and 40 swimmers achieving personal-best marks.
The Sully Station II Piranhas had a busy week of swimming, highlighted by four record-breaking performances at the 2012 Divisional Relay Carnival on Wednesday, July 11.
The Mansion House Piranhas started their season with a Neon Pep Rally and whipped cream eating contest on Saturday, June 23, in Alexandria against the Langley Wildthings under the leadership of returning coach Mark Faherty and assistant coach Katie Brado.
The WGCC Lightning last won its league swimming championship in 2010.