Inconnu membership numbers up 25 per cent

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Another swim season is underway for the Inconnu Swim Club. Membership in the club is at a peak level as it has reached maximum capacity given the available pool space.

Overall the club has seen a 25 per cent increase in their numbers compared to last year.

The Inconnu’s first regional meet is in Prince George on November 21st and 22nd, with the local meet being held on the last weekend of November on the 28th and 29th.

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Nine athletes within the club will be participating in the Swim BC 12 & under regional training camp this weekend in Prince George, in which they qualified for through their accomplishments in the 200 metre individual medley event last season. Senior athlete Skyeler Kerr had qualified to attend the Swim BC youth/junior camp earlier this month as he prepares to represent the community at the 2016 Olympic Trials later this April in Toronto.

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