New Meet records Set At Caulkins City Swim Meet

Monday, July 12, 2021
The Carpet Capital Aquatics Club hosted 13 teams and over 800 swimmers in the 61st Annual Bill Caulkins City Meet Championships this past Friday and Saturday at the Fort Oglethorpe Pool.

Full Results, Team Scores, High Point Award Winners, and Records can be found at https://www.teamunify.com/EventShow.jsp?returnPage=%2FEventsPast.jsp%3Fteam%3Dgsccac&id=1189235&team=gsccac

5 new meet records were set: 

Henry Bethel - 15-18 Boy - 100-yard individual medley, 50-yard butterfly
Ellie Taliaferro - 15-18 Girl - 100-yard individual medley
Ellie Waldrep - 15-18 Girl - 50-yard backstroke
11-12 Girls 200-yard freestyle relay - Ooltewah Tidal Waves 

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Prep Sports

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