Nova Scotia’s Young Swimmers Ready to Compete Across the Border!

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28 of Nova Scotia’s young and upcoming swimmers between the ages of 11-14 are heading South of the border later today to compete in Bath, Maine at a State competition.

The intent of this Provincial opportunity is to help build athlete independence, a cohesive team unit as Team Nova Scotia and to allow swimmers the opportunity to travel outside of Nova Scotia.

Our team will be travelling to Bath, Maine today (Thursday March 9) via charter bus and will return on Monday March 13, 2017. They will be competing at the Jr. Olympic Swim Meet March 11-12 at the Bath YMCA.

The following swimmers will be representing Nova Scotia:

FEMALES MALES
Name Hometown Name Hometown
Anna Morrison Sydney Austin Richardson Dartmouth
Alexandra McMahan Dartmouth Alexander Glenn Wolfville
Emma Smith Dartmouth Wyatt Johnson Halifax
Sarah Dessureault Dartmouth Liam Kennedy Port Hawkesbury
Isabelle O’Leary Dartmouth Zander Smith Truro
Charlotte Evans Halifax
Katarina Brezovan Halifax
Teah Forbes Halifax
Hannah Austen Antigonish
Anna Robinson Antigonish
Julianne Dowe Truro
Madison Bond Truro
Olivia Langley Truro
Taylor Newman Truro
Taylor Sylvester Truro
Sykora Cooper Wolfville
Hannah Williams Wolfville
Chiara Carbonell Yarmouth
Bria MacKinnon Yarmouth
Emilie Barro Yarmouth
Kaylee MacLeay Yarmouth
Natasha D’Entremont Yarmouth
Rachael Cameron Yarmouth

Head Coach: Moira Milward (Wolfville)

Assistant Coaches: Ian Cunningham (Halifax) and Emma Ryan (Dartmouth)