The Trail Stingrays hosted its annual swim meet on the weekend

The Trail Stingrays hosted its annual swim meet on the weekend

Trail Stingrays runner up at home meet

The Trail Stingrays performed splendidly in the pool on the weekend, as the club hosted its annual swim meet.

The Trail Stingrays performed splendidly in the pool on the weekend, as the club hosted its annual swim meet at the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre.

The Stingrays placed second overall for team points, taking home 11 aggregate medals.

“This was the first meet of the season for many swimmers and the first meet ever for some Stingrays,” said Stingrays’ coach Samme Beatson. “These swimmers did exceptionally well in their first meet.”

Connor Dunham was lucky enough to win the “best time” draw and received an iPad mini.

Kira Konkin and Simon Impey represented the Stingrays in the “Australian Start,” a race that involves time-handicaps that stagger the starts so that, in theory, everyone would finish the race at the same time unless a participant swims faster than their personal best time. Konkin was able to take off the most time and won the race out of the girls category.

The Stingrays next travel to Creston for a meet this weekend.