Swimming for Jim

The annual Swim for Jim Masters Fun Meet was both fun and successful, attracting 25 swimmers from around B.C. and Alberta.

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The annual Swim for Jim Masters Fun Meet was both fun and successful, attracting 25 swimmers from around B.C. and Alberta.

The meet remembers Jim Casselman, one of the founding members of Salmon Arm Masters Swimming.

Representing Shuswap Swimming very speedily in a variety of races in their individual age divisions were: Nadine Quilty, Daphne Brown, John White, Carl Cooper, Scott McKee, Bob Wilkins, Angela Carson, Serena Caner, Allison Turland and Ceren Caner.

Results of the Swim for Jim meet are available at www.shuswapswimming.ca.

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