The Pacific Swimming LSC is again in motion with a few intrasquad meets over the weekend – believed to be the primary official meets within the LSC since March.
Pacific Swimming is one among USA Swimming’s largest native swimming committees, or LSCs. The regional group included over 16,000 athletes in 2019, rating third in measurement amongst USA Swimming’s 59 LSCs. It additionally consists of quite a lot of high-profile golf equipment and prime age group and senior swimmers.
The LSC includes a lot of northern California, together with Santa Clara and the San Francisco bay space. California spent a great portion of the spring below stay-at-home orders amid the coronavirus pandemic. However swimming pools have reopened and swimming competitors has began to trickle again in.
The Burlingame Aquatic Membership competed in an intrasquad meet on August 29-30, believed to be among the many first sanctioned occasions in Pacific Swimming since March. The brief course yard meet passed off outdoor throughout 4 totally different classes.
You can check out full results here. 17-year-old Eve Kearns had a few good drops, together with a two-second 200 IM drop to 2:10.15. 11-year-old Alexa Chang dropped 5 seconds to a 1:07.78 within the 100 again, 13-year-old Angelina Komashko went 1:14.64 within the 100 breast for a five-second drop, and 13-year-old Kevin Raghunathan dropped 5 seconds within the 200 IM (to 2:07.83) and 5 extra within the 400 IM (to 4:38.14), plus eight within the 200 breast (to 2:20.99).