Riley Mager wins three bronze at SwimBC AA Championships

Kootenay Swim Club sent four athletes to the Penticton meet.

Riley Mager (pictured right) won three bronze medals for the Kootenay Swim Club at last week's SwimBC AA Championships in Penticton.

Riley Mager has a little more weight around his neck this week.

The Kootenay Swim Club athlete won three bronze medals at the SwimBC AA Championships, which ran Feb. 12-14 in Penticton.

Mager finished third in the 400-metre individual medley, the 400 free and the 1,500 free.

The club sent four members to the meet. Brianne Mager earned several personal best times, Stevenson McCulloch finished with seven top-eight swims and Logan Blair earned AAA times in the 50 free.

KSC finished 24th in points out of 47 clubs at the event.

 

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