Junior Pan-Pacific Championships in Maui Match Aussies, Americans, Canada, Japan and More

KIHEI, Maui, HI, January 10. A look at the future has been granted this week on this beautiful Hawaiian island. And the future is fast.

With the results of the final night yet to be reported Australia led a close overall scoring battle with the USA and Japan, 838-806.5-726.5, with Canada fourth at 599.

The meet opened with a 5,000 meter open water race with USA’s Chip Peterson leading the way in a four person field at 1:15:42.53. The US did not notch another gold through the first day as the Aussie’s built a substantial lead.

Among the more substantial swims, so far, have been:

Stephanie Williams, 15, Australia, 1500 freestyle, long course, 16:18.12
Bronte Barrat, 15, Australia, 200 free, 2:01.22, 100 free, 56.18
Haylee Reddaway, 17, Australia, 200 free, 2:00.96(r LO), 400 free, 4:10.81
Junya Koga, 17, Japan, Men’s 100 back, :56.33
Kazuya Kaneda, 17, Japan, men’s 200 fly, 1:59.92
Daniel Madwed, 15, USA, men’s 200 fly, 2:00.09 (prelims)
Anthony Fleming, 17 USA, men’s 200 fly, 2:00.91
Haylee Reddaway, 17, Australia, women’s 400 free, 4:10.81
Sho Uchida, 17, Japan, men’s 200 fly, 3:52.66
Stephanie Rice, 16, Australia, women’s 100 fly, :59.65
Andrew Lauterstein, 17, Australia, men’s 100 fly, :53.77
Erica Meissner, 16 USA, women’s 200 back, 2:13.94
Matt Patton, 17, USA, Men’s 800 free, 8:05.39
Tsukushi Irita, 17, Japan, women’s 400 IM, 4:49.73
Ephraim Hannant, 16, Australia, men’s 400 IM,, 4:26.87

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