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Seward Tsunami Swimmer Brings Home Gold

Lydia Jacoby traveled to Fairbanks representing the Seward Tsunami Swim Club at the 2018 Alaska Senior Championship meet January 26-28. This is a gathering of  top competitive swimmers from around the state, and athletes must meet challenging time standards to attend.

Temperatures in Fairbanks dipped below -25 over the weekend; Alaska Swimming slogan “TOO FAST TO FREEZE!” held true, and there were some great races. Many long standing state records fell during this event.

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Lydia took first place in the 200 meter breaststroke on Saturday, setting a new state record for that event. On Sunday afternoon she continued with another win in the 100 meter breaststroke, cutting over 2 seconds from the previous record. Congratulations Lydia!

The Tsunamis will be fielding a larger team for the Soldotna Invitational meet February 2-3. This will be a fun meet for all ages. We are looking forward to some great swimming from these talented young athletes. Go Tsunamis: Swim fast and have fun!

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