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Makos News September 2012

Makos News September 2012

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Published by Csilla Faller
The September edition of the monthly Mountain Creek Mooloolaba Swimming Club Newsletter
The September edition of the monthly Mountain Creek Mooloolaba Swimming Club Newsletter

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Published by: Csilla Faller on Dec 23, 2012
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Long course season is back!
 As always, we have been very busy inSeptember. The long course seasonwithin the Wide Bay region started withthe Cotton Tree and Noosa Swim Meets.Two of our senior swimmer Kareena Leeand Chelsea Babec headed to WA withcoach Barry to compete at the AustralianShort Course Championships andachieved some great results.We also had a club pack presentation anda fundraiser event.Finally, some more great news: our clubobtained a silver status in the Go Club PBProgram, a national swimming clubstandard. This is our best results so farwithin this program. Well done to all!
Welcome toMountain Creek MooloolabaSwimming Club,the home of themighty makos! 
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Cotton Tree SwimMeet
Australian SCChampionships
Thredbo Altitude Camp
Noosa Open Swim Meet
Swimming QLDRegistration Reminder 
QLD State Team SCChampionships Selection
GO Club PB Award
Upcoming Events
We hope you all enjoy this issue and we welcome your feedback!
Website:http://www.mountaincreekswimclub.com.au / Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mountain-Creek-Mooloolaba-Swim-Club/143856963725
Jayden SoanesChelsea Gubecka
Cotton Tree Swim Meet 
8 September 2012
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 Jayden Soanes picked up a swag of medals,including a gold medal and Pool Record in the 11yrs 100m breaststroke.
He also took home 3 silvermedals in the 100m butterfly, 100m backstroke and100m freestyle, and a bronze in the 200m IM andnarrowly missed taking home the 11yrs AgeChampion title.Cameron Bertolla took almost 7 seconds off his50m butterfly time and more than 8 seconds off his50m freestyle and 50m breaststroke times.
Alice Hermanns also swam PBs in all four strokesof her 50m events, including an 8 secondimprovement in her 50m backstroke and 6 secondsin her 50m breaststroke.Cerissa Boddington achieved some great firsttimes in her 100m events.Michaela Bird took a massive 18 second off her100m butterfly and nearly 15 seconds off her 200mIM.
She also made a 4 second PB in her 100mfreestyle.Phoebe Shapland took more than 6 seconds off her100m freestyle time and 4 seconds off her 100mbackstroke.Congratulations to all the Makos swimmers, youdid a fantastic job! A big thank you should go toKylie for the update and the great photos.Six Makos attended the first long course meet of the season at Cotton Tree.
Coach Michael Gibson joinedthem for the warm up before heading off to work.
Everyone had a great day and swam some great times.
In fact, the Makos swimmers improved incredibly — EVERY swim resulted in a PB when compared to theswimmers’ Long Course seed times!
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On Day 2 Kareena swam very stronglyin the women’s 800 m freestyle,claiming the bronze medal in a time of8:33.11, taking more than sevenseconds off her personal best time!Kareena also got second place in thewomen’s 1500m freestyle final, in atime of 16:24.60 — almost four secondfaster than her seed time!
Fantasticresults, girls, congratulations again!Big thank you should also go to coachBarry Kime for preparing theswimmers for the championships.Our senior swimmers Kareena Lee and Chelsea Babec headed to WesternAustralia to compete at the 2012 Energy Australia Short CourseSwimming Championships. The championships was held at theChallenge Stadium in Perth between12 and 16 September.
It providedan excellent opportunity for the Makos girls to go head-to-head withAustralia’s best swimmers.Kareena competed in the Women'sOpen 800m, 400m and 1500mfreestyle and in the Women's Open200m butterfly.
Chelsea swam theWomen's Open 50m 100m and200m breaststroke events.Both of the girls put on someexcellent swims. On Day 1 Chelseaswam fast and was first reserve forthe women’s 50m breaststrokesemis.

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