Summer Schedules


The summer long course schedules have been posted on the practice schedules page. The first page is short course. Click the arrow on the horizontal slider image to see long course.

Hotel Reservations for Sectional Meets


We have reserved a block of rooms for both of the Sectional Meets in Greensboro, NC:

Senior Sectionals: March 9-12
Age Group Sectionals: March 16-19

The Comfort Suites Four Seasons
3308 Isler Court, Greensboro, NC 27407
(336) 235-4002

*6 Mins from Aquatic Center
*Group Rate $129.99
*Listed under Chattahoochee Gold

Deadline for special rate:
Senior Sectionals: February 14
Age Group Sectionals: February 28

Here are the time standards Sectionals.
Age Group Sectionals: https://www.teamunify.com/szlsc/UserFiles/File/2016%202017%20ESSZ%20AG%20Sectional%20TSD.pdf
Senior Sectionals:

Holiday Practice Schedules


Chattahoochee Gold Holiday Party


Please join us as we celebrate the holiday season with fellow swimmers and coaches.

12& under:
The holiday party for the Gold Advanced, Gold, Silver, Silver Advanced, Technique & Fitness (ages 12 & under), Technique & Fitness League (ages 12 & under) and Intro to Gold Groups will be the Disney movie, Moana.
When: Saturday, December 10th, 4 – 6PM
Where: Aurora Cineplex, 5100 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA, 30076
Cost: $13 per person. This will be billed to your January 1st invoice. The fee includes the movie, popcorn and a drink.

To RSVP, please go to the link below. Deadline to RSVP is December 2. Parents and siblings are welcome to come as well, please note that on the RSVP form.
RSVP link: https://goo.gl/forms/yYFWDxi5HxyW8A232
If you have any questions please contact your coach or call the Gold office at 770-928-1506.

13 & Older:
The holiday party for the National, Senior, High School, Sectional, Sectional Advanced, Technique & Fitness (ages 13 & older) and the Technique &Fitness League (ages 13 & older) Groups, will be a private showing of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
When: Thursday, December 15th
Time: TBD
Where: Aurora Cineplex, 5100 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA, 30076
Cost: $22 per person. This will be billed to your January 1st invoice. The fee includes the movie, Honey Baked Ham boxed sandwich and a drink.

To RSVP, please go to the link below. Deadline to RSVP is November 30. The movie is limited to the first 240 swimmers who sign up. Once the deadline has passed and if there are spots still available, registration will open up for a guest (family member).

RSVP link: https://goo.gl/forms/VrcPNqqKeC8liTWm2

If you have any questions please contact your coach or call the Gold office at 770-928-1506.

Meet Policy


Please be aware: Parents are responsible for signing their swimmers up for meets by the posted deadline. There are NO refunds on any form of team wide expenses, (deposits, meet fees, team trips, team sponsored events, etc.) after the sign-up deadline.

Pre-Comp Meet #1 Results


Congratulations to all of the swimmers that participated in the first of two pre-competitive meets on Saturday, November 5th. The final results are attached and we hope to have another great turnout at the next pre-competitive meet that is scheduled for February 11th, 2017.

Hotel Information for Fall Travel Meet to Greenville


WHEN: November 12-13, 2016
Rooms can be reserved for November 11 if you are swimming the Friday evening session.

WHERE: Greenville, SC
HOTEL: Holiday Inn Express, 1036 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607
PHONE NUMBER: 864-678-5555
GROUP NAME: Chattahoochee Gold Swim
COST: $174/night, not including taxes

Please call to reserve your room as soon as possible for our team travel trip to the Beach Bash Meet in Greenville, SC.

Gold swimmers compete at Southern Zone Championship Meet


Five Chattahoochee Gold swimmers were selected for this Summer’s Georgia Zone Team that travelled to Cary, North Carolina to compete at the 2016 Southern Zone Championship Meet during the week of August 2nd – 6th.

A total of 13 LSC’s were competing and after a heartbreaking 1/2 a point loss in 2015, Georgia was looking to reclaim the top spot once again. After taking the lead on day 1 of the meet, Team Georgia continued to swim fast and after day 2 it was clear that it was a two team race between Georgia and a strong North Carolina team.

All of the Chattahoochee Gold swimmers earned points for Team Georgia:

Tommy Eaton (6 points) – 200 Fly (3rd) & 200 Medley (2nd)

Sophie Taylor (2 points) – 100 Fly (7th) & 200 Free Relay (1st)

Langston Weddington (10 points) – 200 Breast (7th), 100 Back (7th), 100 Breast (4th), 50 Free (8th), 200 Medley Relay (2nd) & 400 Medley Relay (2nd).

Lawson Weddington (25 points) – 100 Fly (2nd), 50 Free (6th), 50 Fly (1st), 100 Breast (3rd), 400 Medley Relay (2nd), 200 Medley Relay (1st) & 200 Free Relay (2nd)

Jordan Weems (5 points) – 800 Free (7th), 200 Back (8th), 200 Fly (7th) & 400 Medley Relay (1st).

New Team Records were also broken:

Lawson Weddington (12) – 50 Breast, 100 Breast, 100 Fly & 50 Fly

Langston Weddington (14) – 200 Breast & 100 Breast

After some hard fought competition throughout the 5 days of competition, it was North Carolina that took the top spot, followed by Team Georgia.



2016 Senior State Recap


This season’s Senior Long Course Championship Meet that took place at the Cumming Aquatic Center on the weekend of July 22nd – 24th, with 39 teams represented and 597 swimmers participating. Despite a number of teams having swimmers attending this year’s Olympic Trials and Futures Meets, the competition was still fierce and an abundance of fast times were seen over the course of the meet.

Host team Chattahoochee Gold not only did an amazing job running the meet, but also swam fast resulting in a 2nd place finish in Division 1 with a combined score of 1,229.5 points. The following swimmers returned for finals and scored points in the individual events:

Evan Arsenault – 35 points
Landon Ballard – 65 points
Daniel Brisuda – 3 points
Lilly Byrne – 7 points
Kamryn Carter – 9 points
Parker Ciarmella – 32 points
Emma Cole – 81 points
Mihalis Deliyiannis – 39 points
Bailey Dopfel – 19 points
Jordan Dunn – 21 points
Kristina Friedrichs – 22 points
Hannah Lagod – 27 points
Alarii Levreault-Lopez – 61.5 points
Michelle McCord – 66 points
Michael McDowell – 5 points
Caitlyn Pallas – 7 points
Joshua Thrift – 7 points
Jordan Weems – 1 point
Justin Wong – 2 points
Joey Young – 15 points
Jonathan Young – 55 points
Megan Young – 2 points

The following Gold Relay teams were also crowned State Champions:

Girls 200 Free Relay (Arsenault, Friedrichs, S.Taylor & Cole)
Girls 800 Free Relay (Friedricks, Carter, M.Pokorney & Cole)
Boys 800 Free Relay (Ciarmella, Levreault-Lopez, Joey Young & Moore)
Girls 400 Free Relay (Carter, Arsenault, Friedrichs & Cole)

Emma Cole and Alarii-Levreault Lopez fresh from Olympic Trials were both named State Champions. Emma in the 50 Free & Alarii in 100 Fly.

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers, coaches, officials and volunteers. A special thanks goes to Meet Director Ryan L’Roy.



2016 Age Group State Meet Recap


After eleven months of training, experiencing both fun and sacrifice, as well as successes and challenges, the big championship meet of the season took place for 14 & under athletes at Georgia Tech on July 14th – July 17th. Chattahoochee Gold swimmers were looking to make a big impression at Age Group State with some fast swims against the best age groups swimmers in Georgia. The following swimmers all contributed individual points towards the team tally by finishing in the Top Ten in their respective events:

Lily Alderman (23 Points)
Ben Barton (2 Points)
Laurel Blase (5 points)
Nicklas Bohn (22 points)
Anna Case (16 points)
Ashley Case (69 points)
Mia Davis-Richardson (3 points)
Thomas Eaton (34 points)
Jordan Edwards (50 points)
Elliot Elmore (5 points)
Nicole Fetcinko (23 points)
Katherine Hay (1 point)
Grace Hembree (39 Points)
William Iglar (6 points)
Elizabeth Isakson (12 points)
Harper Johnson (17 points)
Seth Johnson (9 points)
Skylar Kadetz (10 points)
Maura McGlynn (2 points)
Christopher Pallas (12 points)
Gia Pergolini (11 points)
Isabella Postel (22 points)
Payton Smith (4 points)
Madeline Stooksbury (5 points)
Parker Tanke (13 points)
Elizabeth Tilt (5 points)
Patrick Tilt (7 points)
Caroline Tom (6 points)
Langston Weddington (32 points)
Lawson Weddington (52 points)

Lawson Weddington, Thomas Eaton, and Langston Weddington led the way for the boys in points. All three boys were trying out for the 2016 Georgia Zone Team and had a full schedule of prelim and finals events. For the girls, it was Ashley Case, Grace Hembree, and Jordan Edwards scoring an impressive 158 points between them.

In the end, Lawson, Langston, and Thomas all swam fast and consistent enough to qualify for Zones and represent Team Georgia during the first week of August in Cary, NC. They will be joined by the senior Gold swimmers that made the team this year: Sophie Taylor, Jordan Weems & Michael McDowell, as well as Coach Andy Shields. A shout-out to Nicklas Bohn as second runner-up for the Zone team, which was impressive for a 13 year-old trying to qualify in a 13-14 category.

Gold swimmers were named State Champions in the following events:
Boys 13-14 100 Breast (Langston Weddington)
Boys 13-14 200 Free Relay (Langston Weddington, Thomas Eaton, Riley James & Skylar Kadetz)
Boys 13-14 200 Medley Relay (Nicklas Bohn, Langston Weddington, Thomas Eaton & Skylar Kadetz)
Boys 13-14 400 Free Relay (Skylar Kadetz, Riley James, Langston Weddington & Thomas Eaton)
Boys 11-12 50 Free (Lawson Weddington)
Boys 11-12 200 Breast (Lawson Weddington)

In addition, the following team records were broken over the course of the weekend:
Langston Weddington: 100 Breast (13-14 Boys)
Lawson Weddington: 100 Breast, 50 Fly, 100 Fly & 50 Free (11-12 Boys)
Gavin Halusic: 50 Fly (8 & Under Boys)
Girls 11-12 400 IM (Jordan Edwards)
Girls 13-14 200 Free Relay (Laura Miller, Jocelyn Helsby, Madeline Stookbury & Anna Case)
Boys 13-14 200 Free Relay (Langston Weddington, Thomas Eaton, Riley James & Skylar Kadetz)
Boys 13-14 400 Medley Relay (Seth Johnson, Langston Weddington, Thomas Eaton & Skylar Kadetz)
Girls 13-14 400 Medley Relay (Madeline Stooksbury, Maura McGlynn, Anna Case & Laura Miller)
Boys 13-14 200 Medley Relay (Nicklas Bohn, Langston Weddington, Thomas Eaton & Skylar Kadetz)

Gold finished third in the large teams competition.Congratulations to all Gold Swimmers!

Swimmers of the meet: Courtney Salmon, Langston Weddington, Isabella Postel, Parker Tanke, Gavin Halusic, Lily Alderman, Elizabeth Isakson, Harper Johnson, Ashley Case, Grant Davis, Thomas Eaton, Charlotte Tully, Jordan Edwards, and Collin Parker



New Swimmer Evaluation Dates!


Want to join the best team in town?! We have several upcoming evaluation dates at all four locations!

Cumming Aquatic Center:
June 28 4:30-6:30
July 19 4:30-6:30
July 28 4:30-6:30
August 9 4:30-6:30

Cherokee Aquatic Center:
June 30 4:30-6:30
July 12 4:30-5:30
July 18 4:30-6:30
August 8 4:30-6:30

Woodstock Aquatic Center:
June 27 4:30-6:30
July 11 4:30-6:30
August 8 4:30-6:30 (at Cherokee Aquatic Center)

Mountain View Aquatic Center
June 22 4:00-6:00
July 6 4:00-6:00
July 20 4:00-6:00

Swim w/Dad Invitational Meet Recap


Despite the fact that Chattahoochee Gold has attended the Swim w/Dad meet at Georgia Tech for a number of years now, there is still the common belief that all swims Dad’s must participate in the meet. I am happy to announce that this is in fact not the case especially since the time line was tight enough already.

With that said the weekend of June 11th & 12th was the perfect opportunity for swimmers to get in some fast swims in a fast pool with some good competition.

Gold was well represented in the top heats and a number of swimmers won their events including:

Jaclyn Hill, Lawson Weddington, Hannah Lagod, Parker Ciarmella, Emma Cole, Elizabeth Isakson, Caroline Tom, William Iglar, Hadden Duling Ford Johnson, Ashley Case, Gia Pergolini, Jordan Edwards, Jack Dalmolin, Zach Bunner, Anna Case, Mihalis Deliyiannis, Evan Garrison, Sarah Brown & Harper Johnson

Congratulations to the following swimmers who picked up their first ever State Qualifying Times, Gavin Halusic, Sadie Arcolie and Leia Lankford.

Swimmer of the Meet: Sarah Jenacova, Charles Barry, Maddie Halloran, Olivia Mierzewski, Maddie Lewis, Jenna McKay, Zach Belacanech, Kara Cullinan, Danielle Zeitlin, Mihalis Deliyiannes and Emma Letsch.



Long Course Season Officially Begins!


The weekend of May 14th – May 15th officially kicked off the start of the 2016 Long Course Season, with Gold swimmers participating at two separate meets.

At the Dynamo Spring Splash Meet, swimmers got the chance to swim in long course water for the first time since last July, but this did not appear to affect performances with a number of fast swims. The following swimmers all won at least one event:

Caroline Tom, Katherine Hay, Noah Richardson, Lily Alderman, Jonathan Young, Michelle McCord, Maura McGlynn, Chase Moore, Laura Miller, Isabella Postel, Ford Johnson, Grant Davis, Payton Smith & Connor Snow.

Meanwhile a number of Gold swimmers took part in the Atlanta Classic at Georgia Tech, swimming against some of the best swimmers in the World including Nathan Adrian, Caleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky. Gold swimmers Lisa Arnold, Zach Brunner, Emma Cole, Mihalis Deliyiannis and Lexi Glunn all made finals. In addition the following Gold swimmers placed in the top 10, Michael Arnold in the 50 Free (8th), Jaclyn Hill in the 100 Breast (9th) and Lauren Case in the 100 Fly (3rd) and 200 Fly (3rd).

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers!



Gold Swimmers Commit to Universities


Mountain View Swimmers Kevin Zhou and Hannah Lagod have both decided to continue with their swim careers at the next level by committing to the following University Swim & Dive programs.

Hannah has committed to swim at James Madison University and Kevin will be swimming for renowned coach Dave Salo at the University of Southern California.

Congratulations and we wish them both all the best moving forward.

Kevin Zhou



NCSA Spring Championship


Congratulations to the 18 Gold swimmers that qualified and swam at the 2016 NCSA Junior National Spring Championship that took place in Orlando, Florida on the week of March 15th – March 19th. 117 teams were represented and thanks to some fast swims Chattahoochee Gold scored 149 points.

Among the highlights, Emma Cole picked up another Olympic Trial cut this time in the 100 Free. Jaclyn Hill also had some great swims in her best events finishing 6th in the 100 Breast and 8th in the 200 Breast. Jack Dalmolin also had a great meet reaching finals in five of his events.

Final swims included:

Emma Cole – 100 Free (9th), 200 Fly (6th), 200 Free (32nd), 50 Fly (29th), 400 Free (12th) & 50 Free (40th).
Jack Dalmolin – 100 Breast (24th), 200 Free (30th), 400 IM (31st), 200 Breast (24th) & 200 IM (24th)

Mihalis Deliyiannis – 50 Free (25th)

Jaclyn Hill – 100 Breast (6th) & 200 Breast (8th)

A number of teams records were broken as well over the course of the competition. Prelims for this meet were swum as Short Course Yards and then for each finals session the pool was converted to Long Course Meters so swimmers chasing Olympic Trial cuts would have the opportunity to obtain these times.

New Team Records:

Jack Dalmolin – 100 Breast (SC), 200 Breast (SC), 200 Free (SC), 400 IM (SC), 100 Fly (SC), 200 Breast (LC) & 100 Breast (LC).

Jaclyn Hill – 100 Breast (SC)

Emma Cole – 100 Free (LC)

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2016 Age Group Sectionals Re-cap


A total of 111 teams from 7 states were represented at the 2016 Age Group Sectionals Meet that took place at Georgia Tech on the weekend of March 10th – 13th. Chattahoochee Gold’s top age group swimmers were determined to close out the season on a high note with some fast swims. Gold was well represented at Finals each day and a number of swimmers placed in the top 10, which is an amazing achievement in-itself due to the high level of competition.

Griffin Egolf led the way for Gold with a combined 52 points finishing in the Top 10 for the following events: 400 IM (3rd), 100 Breast (4th), 100 IM (2nd), 100 Free (8th), 50 Breast (3rd), 200 Breast (2nd) and 200 IM (3rd). Griffin also picked up 6 new team records.

Langston Weddington proved to be one of the fastest breaststrokers at the meet finishing runner-up in the 200 Breast and winning the 100 Breast events.

Also finishing in the top 10 were:

Anna Case – 500 Free (2nd) & 100 Free (8th)
Grant Davis – 1,000 Free (8th)
Jordan Edwards – 400 IM (3rd) & 500 Free (8th)
Nicole Fetcinko – 500 Free (6th)
Sarah Jenacova – 1,000 Free (9th) & 1,650 Free (9th)
Caroline Tom – 500 Free (9th)
Lawson Weddington – 50 Fly (3rd), 100 Fly (5th) & 50 Free (7th)

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers and helping the team finish in the Top 10 overall.

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Gold wins Divisional Championship Meet!


Gold successfully defended their Divisional Championship on the weekend of March 11th – 13th at the Mountain View Aquatic Center. Despite a strong push from rivals the Marietta Marlins, Gold was too strong across all age groups finishing with a total of 9,229.5 points, followed by the Marlins with 6,871.5 points and the Tidal Waves swim club rounded off the top 3 finishing with 5,499.5 points.

Leading the scoring from the Girls side was Jordan Weems, who won the 500 Free, 200 IM and 200 Back events and collecting 154 total points. 7 year old Gavin Halusic led the Boys with 174 points and winning the 100 IM, 50 Fly & 25 Fly events in the process.

The following swimmers also won events:

Michael McDowell – 100 & 200 Breast
Maxwell Lagan – 200 IM
Taylor Edwards – 200 Breast

Relay events also took place with double points at stake for each team. Among the winning teams were:

Boys 8 & Under 100 Free Relay
Boys 8 & Under 100 Medley Relay
Boys 10 & Under 200 Free Relay
Girls Open 200 Free Relay.

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers!

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Mako Mania Trophy Meet


The Mako Mania “Trophy Meet” has been on the Chattahoochee Gold meet schedule for a number of years. With big qualifying meets either side of this meet, this was the chance for the younger swimmers, newer swimmers and swimmers who just missed the necessary time standards required for the qualifying meets to swim fast and have their moment to shine. An added incentive was the opportunity to earn a trophy, which was awarded for any swimmers finishing in the Top 3 in their events.

Gold swimmers did not disappoint with a large number of swimmers earning trophies, but more importantly dropping time in their events. Gavin Halusic and Oliver Van Peteghem led the way with 9 top 3 finishes and 7 top 3 finishes respectively. They were joined with a number of other swimmers including:

Eliana Babayeuskaya (3rd in the 200 Breast)
Faith Cale (3rd in the 100 Fly)
Isabella Decker (3rd in the 200 IM)
Thomas Iglar (3rd in the 50 Breast & 2nd in the 100 Free)
Annalia Jansons (3rd in the 100 Free, 2nd in the 100 IM & 3rd in the 100 Back)

Maxwell Lagan (2nd in the 25 Breast)
Jonathan Ravid (1st in the 200 Fly, 2nd in the 100 Breast)
Harris Schwartz (2nd in the 50 Back)
Katie Selmer (3rd in the 100 Free, 3rd in the 100 Back & 3rd in the 100 Breast)
Will Taner (3rd in the 200 Free, 3rd in the 200 Back, 3rd in the 100 Fly & 1st in the 50 Free)
Coco Waldo (2nd in the 100 Fly)

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers!

Thank you to all families for making the trip to Dalton, GA and a special thanks goes to two of Chattahoochee Gold’s own officials that assisted with the meet Jason Frankel & Oded Ravid.


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2016 Age Group State Recap


On the weekend of February 19th – February 21st, a total of 1,165 of Georgia’s best age group swimmers representing 53 teams took to the pool at Georgia Tech to compete for the title of State Champion.

13 State Records and 1 National record were broken over the course of the weekend. Gold swimmers also put in some great performances with three swimmers being named “State Champion” including Lawson Weddington (50 Free & 100 Fly), Langston Weddington (100 & 200 Breast) and Griffin Egolf (400 IM, 50 Breast & 100 Breast). The 11-12 Boys 400 Medley relay put on one of the highlights of the meet winning not only the event, but also breaking the team and State Record in the process. The relay team consisted of Owen Holland, Griffin Egolf, Lawson Weddington & Grant Davis. In addition 41 Gold swimmers made it to finals earning points for the team.

At the conclusion of the meet. Swim Atlanta were name the Champions, closely followed by Dynamo in 2nd and Chattahoochee Gold in 3rd. Marietta Marlins won the Medium Division Title and Carpet Capital the Small Division Title.

Congratulations to all Gold swimmers on a great weekend of swimming!


Gold Swimmers Excel at High School State Champs!


High School State Meet Highlights:

We had plenty of fast swims this past weekend at the 5A and 6A high school swimming Championships! Special congratulations to our podium finishers:
Lauren Case- State Champion in 200 Free and 100 Fly
Kristina Friedrichs- 2nd 100 Free
Bayley Frierson- 3rd 500 Free
Emma Cole- 2nd 100 Free, 200 Free
Lexi Glunn- State Champion in 100 Breast
Kevin Zhou- 3rd in 100 Free
Jack Dalmolin- 2nd in 200 Free

This picture is of Gold Swimmers Kristina Friedrichs, Jordan Weems, and Kamryn Carter who propelled Sequoyah High School to third in the state!

Complete list of Gold swimmers who made finals!
Hannah Lagod (7th place 200 Free, 4th 100 Breast)
Logan Belt (5th place 200 IM, 6th 100 Free)
Michelle McCord (7th 200 IM, 11th 100 Back
Kamryn Carter (11th 200 IM, 4th 100 Free)
Kristina Friedrichs (4th 50 Free, 2nd 100 Free)
Catherine Allsteadt (19th 100 Free)
Jordan Weems (9th 500 Free, 20th 100 Back)
Laura Lim Sang (16th 500 Free)

Jack Dalmolin (2nd 200 Free, 4th 100 Breast)
Tyler Yuen (11th 200 Free)
Chase Moore (13th 200 Free)
Parker Ciaramella (19th 200 Free, 19th 500 Free)
Lauren Case (1st State CHAMP 200 Free, 1st State CHAMP 100 Fly)
Emma Cole (2nd 200 Free, 2nd 100 Free)
Bayley Frierson (7th 200 Free, 3rd 500 Free)
Justin Wong (15th 200 IM)
Nick Loprinzo (16th 200 IM, 18th 100 Breast
Lexi Glunn (7th 200 IM, 1st State CHAMP 100 Breast)
Emily Harrell (14th 200 IM, 11th 100 Fly)
Rachel Sullivan (17th 200 IM)
Katy Plant (18th 200 IM, 14th 100 Free
Kevin Zhou (4th 50 Free, 3rd 100 Free)
Mihalis Deliyiannis (5th 50 Free, 11th 100 Free)
Kelley Jones (17th 50 Free)
Evan Arsenault (4th 50 Free, 11th 100 Free)
Jonathan Young (7th 100 Fly, 13th 100 Back)
Nicholas Froemming (12th 100 Fly, 14th 100 Back)
Tyler Garvey (7th 100 Free, 7th 100 Breast)
Alexander Ray (19th 100 Free)
Lilly Byrne (18th 500 Free)
Joey Young (12th 100 Back)
Alexis Asip (12th 100 Breast)
Jaclyn Csubak (13th 100 Breast)
Bailey Dopfel (17th 100 Breast)


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