Genevieve Sasseville of the Chatham Y Pool Sharks received gold and silver with Canada’s nationwide youth group on the Mel Zajac Jr. Worldwide Swim Meet in Vancouver.
Sasseville swims for Crew Canada
Genevieve Sasseville of the Chatham Y Pool Sharks received gold and silver with Canada’s nationwide youth group on the Mel Zajac Jr. Worldwide Swim Meet final weekend in Vancouver.
Her 10-day journey there included a Swimming Canada relay camp with the 16-member nationwide group.
Sasseville received gold within the 4×200-metre freestyle relay after successful silver within the 4×100 freestyle relay.
“We have been decided to beat the U.S. and we did,” she mentioned in an announcement concerning the 4×200 group. “It took all we had to do this. Plus, we had lots of enjoyable attempting.”
Sasseville additionally swam in three ‘A’ finals as a person. She was sixth within the 100 butterfly (1:00.81), eighth within the 200 freestyle (2:05.24) and ninth within the 50 butterfly (27.73 seconds).
Sasseville and Pool Sharks teammate Madison Broad will go together with the Crew Ontario tour group to Santa Clara, Calif., from June 3-10 for a TYR Professional Swim Collection meet.
Chatham FC in first place
Chatham FC moved into the First Division lead within the London & Space Ladies’s Soccer League with a 2-1 comeback win at Taxandria on Monday.
Shelbie Coristine and Alissa Burd scored for Chatham FC (2-0-1), which is able to go to the German Canadian Blaze on Wednesday in London.
Coristine scored the tying purpose within the second half when her cross was deflected into the web by a Taxandria defender. Burd adopted two minutes later with the successful purpose off a go from Payton Gibson.
Carleton, Solar off to 2-Zero begin
Rookie guard Bridget Carleton of Chatham didn’t play for the Connecticut Solar in an 88-77 win over the Indiana Fever on Tuesday in Uncasville, Conn.
Jonquel Jones led the Solar (2-0) with 25 factors.
The Solar will go to the Los Angeles Sparks on Friday and the Las Vegas Aces on Sunday.