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2017 NSW Open Championships

Nunawading had a strong team competing at the 2017 NSW Open Championships in Sydney over the weekend.
The meet hosted top International and Australian swimmers which served as a great platform leading into the World Championship trials next month for all athletes to perform at their peak.
There was some great swimming by the Nuna swimmers with a list of finalists over the three days below:

Night One (Friday):
Bowen Gough – 5th 200 Butterfly 2:00.30
Jessica Hansen – 2nd 100 Breaststroke 1:07.41
Madeleine Scott – 1st 200 IM MC 2:40.26, 6th 50 Freestyle MC 31.70
Sophie Caldwell – 8th 400 IM 4:54.29, 7th 800 Freestyle 9:04.47
Samantha Wilkins – 10th 400 IM 4:56.28
Josh Beaver – 4th 50 Backstroke 25.58
Andrew Rice – 9th 50 Backstroke 26.77
Molly Batchelor – 6th 800 Freestyle 8:52.39

Womens 4×100 Medley Relay – Team’A’ 1st (Samantha Wilkins, Jessica Hansen, Kayla Costa, Julia Hawkins)
Men 4×100 Medley Relay – Team ‘A’ 2nd (Josh Beaver, Kazimir Boskovic, Bowen Gough, Caiden Gill)

Night Two (Saturday):
Madeleine Scott – 2nd 100 Butterfly MC, 4th 100 Backstroke MC
Molly batchelor – 5th 400 Freestyle 4:17.05
Joshua Beaver – 1st 200 Backstroke 1:59.13
Jessica hansen – 5th 200 Breaststroke 2:30.34
Kazimir Boskovic – 7th 200 IM 2:04.97

Mixed 4×50 Medley Relay – Nuna ‘A’ 2nd (Josh Beaver, Jessica Hansen, Kayla Costa, Caiden Gill)
Women 4×200 Freestyle Relay – Nuna ‘A’ 2nd (Molly Batchelor, Sophie Caldwell, Samantha Wilkins, Julia Hawkins)
Men 4×200 Freestyle Relay – Nuna ‘A’ 4th (Bowen Gough, Kazimir Boskovic, Matthew Temple, Brendon Smith)

Night Three (Sunday):
Madeleine Scott – 2nd 100 Breaststroke MC 1:20.55, 5th 100 Freestyle MC 1:10.17
Bowen Gough – 8th 100 Butterfly 54.52
Matthew Temple – 10th 100 Butterfly 54.76
Jessica Hansen – 3rd 50 Breaststroke 31.64
Caiden Gill – 10th 50 Freestyle 23.53
Samantha Wilkins – 7th 200 IM 2:17.64
Kazimir Boskovic – 6th 400 IM 4:30.67
Joshua Beaver – 2nd 100 Backstroke 54.81

Full Results from the meet can be found HERE

Good luck to all Nuna swimmers in their lead up to World Champs Trials.

Go Nuna!