Mount Douglas secondary’s gold medal winners Emily Ding

Mount Doug swimmers set 200m record, ‘outside smoke’ flies to bronze

Mount Douglas secondary's swim team won five medals at provincials, Nov. 15 to 16.

Mount Douglas secondary school held a celebration of champions on Monday as it honoured the Rams senior football team for its third straight B.C. AAA championship and the school’s swim team, which won five medals at provincials, Nov. 15 to 16.

The swim team’s 200-metre medley relay foursome of Lauren Crisp, Hanna Carter, Vicky Mock and Rosie Moulton set a new provincial record. Moulton doubled with gold in the 200 individual medley and won bronze in the 100 breaststroke. Crisp scored bronze in the 100 backstroke. Emily Ding swam to gold in the 100-metre freestyle and surprised with a bronze in the 50-m fly from the “outside smoke” lane seven, usually a slower lane, said coach Shona Lindsay.

Mount Douglas medal results:

• Gold & new Provincial Record – Lauren Crisp, Hanna Carter, Vicky Mock, Rosie Moulton (200 Medley Relay)

• Gold – Emily Ding (100 Free)

• Gold – Rosie Moulton (200 IM)

• Bronze – Lauren Crisp (100 Back)

• Bronze – Rosie Moulton (100 Breast)

• Bronze – Emily Ding (50 Fly)

Mount Douglas results:

• 4th – David Sikli, Hanna Carter, Vicky Mock, Nick Beland (200 Mixed Free)

• 6th – Hanna Carter (100 Breast)

• 9th – Nick Beland (100 Free)

• 9th – Vicky Mock (200 IM)

• 9th – Lauren Crisp, Raymond Chou, Nick Beland, Emily Ding (200 Mixed Medley)

• 10th – Emily Ding, Tony Shen, Leanna Woo, Ollie Brown (200 Mixed Free)

• 12th – Dasha Tchernova, Jaden Dedora, Rachel Wu, Leanna Woo (400 Free Relay)

• 15th – David Sikli (100 Breast)

• 15th – Jaden Dedora, Ollie Brown, Tony Shen, Dasha Tchernova (200 Mixed Medley)

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