Swimmers from the Kelowna AquaJets and the Liquid Lightning swam together as the Kelowna/West Kelowna Integrated Clubs at the AAA Provincial Short Course Championships Feb. 26 to March 1 in Victoria.
The meet saw two swimmers qualify for the Age Group Nationals which will be held in Montreal in July.
Makayla Skrlac, 12, qualified for the Age Group Nationals with a 2:55.73 in the 200 metre breaststroke.
She also broke the Lightning club record in the 100 metre breaststroke with a 1:22.34.
Monique Kennedy, 12, also swam an Age Group National time finishing second after preliminaries with a 2:37.18 in the 200 metre butterfly. She set the new AquaJets record for the 200 fly.
Kosta Prodanovich, 15, made finals in five events. He placed sixth in the 50 free with a personal best of 25.57, placed sixth in the 100 back and seventh in the 200 back, 100 breaststroke and 100 fly. He swam eight personal best times.
Craig Mathieson, 10, made finals for the 50 metre breaststroke and the 100 freestyle in the 10 and under Swim Star division and swam 100 per cent best times.
Elizabeth Aguiar, 11, swam in two finals and finished sixth in the 400 free and fourth in the 200 metre back. She qualified as a 12 year old for AAA long course championships in July.
Angus Mathieson, 12, made the finals in the 200 metre butterfly and finished seventh. Angus swam five personal bests.
Tia Itterman 11, finished sixth in the 50 freestyle with a 30.88 and ninth in the 100 free. Itterman swam six best times.
Cailey Anderson, 15, dropped over two seconds off her 100 breaststroke and broke the 1:20 mark with a 1:19.62. She made first alternate in the event. Anderson swam three best times at the meet.
Alex Holland, 16, finished 10th in the 100 metre butterfly and swam a personal best in the 50 back as the lead in the relay.
Kassidie Cornell, 13, swam five best times, including taking five seconds off her 200 breast and one second off her 100 breast.
Anthony Russo, 15, dropped six seconds off his 1500 metre freestyle for a 17:47.03, putting him within 11 seconds of qualifying for an Age Group National time. Russo also broke the one minute mark in the 100 metre freestyle for the first time with a 59.79.
Christians Desjarlais, 15, swam a 17:53.35 in the 1500 metre freestyle.
He dropped 47 seconds off his 1500 metre freestyle to get within 17 seconds of an Age Group National time.
Desjarlais dropped below a minute in the 100 free for the first time with a 58.81.
Ian Dixon, 13, swam 100 per cent best times over six races. He placed ninth in the 50 metre freestyle.
Christina Russo, 13, dropped 21 seconds in her 200 metre free for a 2:24.83. She took five seconds off her 100 fly for a 1:14.12 and four seconds off her 100 free.
Kristina Kennedy, 14, swam to 100 per cent best times and dropped 16 seconds off her 800 free and 10 seconds off both her 200 fly and 400 free.
Jennifer Short, 14, finished 10th in the 100 breaststroke with a best time. Short had a great 200 breast and dropped 10.3 seconds off her best time with a 2:58.21.