Swimming World Competition Roundup

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PHOENIX, Arizona, January 11. DURING the past week, the following meet managers took full advantage of uploading recent results to the Swimming World meet results section of the website.

HIGH SCHOOL
EVANSTON INVITATIONAL
Andrew Jovanovic, a senior at Loyola High School, set two meet records at the Evanston Invitational Jan. 5 in Evanston, Ill. He posted times of 51.49 in the 100 yard back and the 50.73 in the 100 fly. Peter Brumhaus, a senior at Lake Forest, bettered the 500 yard free mark with his 4:39.17.

Results: 48th EVANSTON INVITATIONAL – (01-05-2013 – 01-05-2013)

HINSDALE CENTRAL FRESHMAN INVITATIONAL
Hinsdale Central High School finished first at its invitational Jan. 5. The Red Devils scored 264 points to New Trier’s 217. Evanston took third (154), with Neuqua Valley finishing fourth (144) and Stevenson fifth (139).

Results: HINSDALE FRESHMAN INVITATIONAL 2013 – (01-05-2013 – 01-05-2013)

BEST OF THE NEST
Bellbrook High School hosted the “Best of the Nest” high school meet at the Beavercreek (Ohio) YMCA.

Results: 2013 Best of the Nest- Bellbrook Fairmont CJ – (01-05-2013 – 01-05-2013)

AGE GROUP
LBESA 50/200/400
The London Borough of Enfield Swimming Association hosted the first of two meets which compose the Borough Championships. This first meet, held Jan. 5-6, features distance events. The second meet, to be held in March, will focus on the sprints. It is a chance for swimmers to qualify for county meets.

Results: LBESA 50 200 400 – (01-05-2013 – 01-06-2013)

YMCA
YWNC vs. YSSC
The Y-Spartaquatics Sea Cucumbers hosted the YMCA of Western North Carolina Piranhas at its home pool in Duncan, S.C., Jan. 5.

Results: 9th Annual YWNC vs YSSC Dual Meet – (01-05-2013 – 01-05-2013)

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