Swim Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the results from this weekend’s 2019 Ken Dunn Nova Scotia Provincial Swimming Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Swim Scotia co-hosted the event with the Dartmouth Crusaders Swim Club at Dalplex Pool. Approximately 350 swimmers from Atlantic Canada and Ontario were in attendance.
Swim Nova Scotia would like to extend a big thanks to our co-hosting club, the Dartmouth Crusaders Swim Club, led by Maureen Nolan, and The Curly Girls! Thanks to all parents/volunteers who took the time to officiate and volunteer throughout the weekend; without everyone’s continued support we would not be able to host successful events! Special thanks to Kelley Polley, who led our Officials team- thank you, Kelley!
Summary of Achievements
Top Overall Team: Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club
Top Female Team: Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club
Top Male Team: St. John’s Legends Swim Club
Nova Scotia Individual High Point Award winners were as follows:
13 & Under Female- Gianna Mensah, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club
13 & Under Male- Jaxson Row, Mount Pearl Marlins
14-15 Female- Abby Williams, St. John’s Legends Swim Club
14-15 Male- Liam Ferguson, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club
16 & Female Over/OPEN- Ava Vial, Wolfville Tritons Swim Club
16 & Male Over/OPEN- Hayden Bartoch, Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club
FINA High Point winners:
Female- Lily Chubaty, Kingston Bluefins Marlins
Male- Hayden Bartoch, Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club
New Nova Scotia Provincial Records:
Hayden Bartoch, Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club:
Men’s 15-17 1500m Freestyle 16:16.63. 800m Freestyle 8:28.27, 400m Freestyle 4:07.74
Keilen Bellis, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club:
Men’s 13-15 200m Breaststroke 2:36.11, 100m Breaststroke 1:10.06, 50m Breaststroke 31.75 & 31.40
Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club:
Women’s 13-14 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay 4:04.23
Gia Mensah, Sophie Rooney, Marisa Parker, Ashleigh McKenna
This swim meet has been named in honor of Dr. Ken Dunn.
Dr. Ken Dunn was a Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences at Dalhousie University who passed away in 1997.
He was a respected leader, teacher, colleague and friend who volunteered hundreds of hours of his time to the sport of swimming with the Dartmouth Crusaders, at Dalhousie University and with Swim Nova Scotia.
His work as an official at all levels will long be remembered and appreciated.