Red Deer Synchro Swim Club wins 12 medals at invitational

Red Deer Synchronized Swim Club members garnered 12 medals in the Canadian Prairie Invitational meet at Regina during the weekend.

Red Deer Synchronized Swim Club members garnered 12 medals in the Canadian Prairie Invitational meet at Regina during the weekend.

Kyra McMurray struck gold in the 11-12 figures, while Larissa Kaube was golden in the 16-18 solo routine and champion and Emma Dickman also snared a gold in her route and champion event.

Also winning gold were Cassandra Woods and Heather Mast in the 16-18 routine and champion duets, and the squad of Nina Hayes, Kia Risling, Trinny Allier-Ortiz and Leanne Hansen in the novice 11 and 12 route and champion team event.

Other Red Deer medal-winners and top-10 placings in the meet attended by athletes from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Ontario and the Yukon:

Silver — Kallan Packard/Mercedes Patrick, 13-15 routine and champion duets; Kyra McMurray/Mya Freeman, 11-12 routine and champion duets; Patrick, Packard, Hope Sorokan, McMurray, Freeman, Amy Hovestad, Larissa Kaube, 13-15 routine and champion team; Emma Dickman, Darby Livingstone, Heather Mast, Cassandra Woods, Tessa Wilson, 16-18 routine and champion team;

Bronze — Nina Hayes, novice figures; Dickman, 13-15 figures; Tessa Wilson, 16-18 figures.

Fourth — Livingstone, 16-18 figures.

Sixth — Mast, 16-18 figures; Sorokan, 13-15 routine and champion solo.

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