|Don’t be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs, Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves.
|– Dale Carnegie
Abby Bowen almost dropped a full 3 seconds in her strong finishing 200 to post a 2:13.80.
James Stanco kept the time drops flowing with a 2:13.42 best of his own for another almost 3 second loss in time.
Victoria Wrobleski cut off a half a second to post a 2:19.20 LTB while Peyton McNulty grabbed a half of second to go a 2:03.30.
Audrey was just off by 3/4 of a second in her 200 Free.
|Behind every technological breakthrough there lies a dream. Behind every new product there lies a dream. Dreams create realities– through hard work.
|– Rolf Jensen
Abbby Bowen lowered her time to a 29.12 as did Victoria Wrobleski to a 28.69. Peyton McNulty sliced a couple tenths to post a 28.05, while Nico Lastauskas hit a BDA Best in his 50 with a 23.30.
“Most of our obstacles would melt away if, instead of cowering before them, we should make up our minds to walk boldly through them.”
Orison Swett Marden
Peyton McNulty and Bailey Babarsky both swam a spec faster than their best BDA times in the Breaststroke with Peyton going a 1:16.05, and Bailey hitting 3 BDA bests of 15.57, 34.35, 113.63.
“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.”
Abby Bowen slashed 6 seconds off her best to produce a barrier cracking 257.16 in her 200 Fly..
Peyton McNulty overcame some fears and cut off over 6 seconds as well to put up a solid 2:38.50. Bailey Babarsky hit her stride with a 2:43.08 LTB for herself and Audrey Campo broke out for a 2:28.58 personal best.
|Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work.
|– Dale Carnegie
Abby Bowen kept up her assault on her own best times with a 17.44 best 25, a 36.45 best 50 and lowering her old time by 2 seconds to a 1:13.62.
Nico Lastauskas cranked out 2 bests with a 50 of 28.43, and a final time of 57.74
“Imagine no limitations; decide what’s right and desirable before you decide what’s possible.”
Swimmer of the session came down to Peyton McNulty and Abby Bowen battling it out for the days swims with Abby Bowen just nudging Peyton McNulty for the days swimmer.
Swim of the session went to Peyton McNutly in her 200 Fly.
Swimmer of the Meet went to Abby Bowen for her overall weekend of LTB’s. Congrats to Abby.