PHOTO GALLERY: Swim meet at West Broadway Swim Club
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 | 9:07 p.m. CDT;
updated 6:22 p.m. CDT, Thursday, June 23, 2011
Swimmers dive into the pool for the 50 yard breast stroke during a weekly swim meet at the West Broadway Swim Club on Wednesday. Children age 6-18 from the MAC Sharks and West Broadway Dolphins competed in 75 events.
Members of the West Broadway Dolphins swim team watch their team take on the MAC Sharks during a weekly swim meet at the West Broadway Swim Club on Wednesday. Children ages 6 to 18 from the swim clubs competed in 75 events.
Madison Null, 12, (left), and Anna Kespohl, 12, cheer on fellow MAC Sharks during a weekly swim meet at the West Broadway Swim Club on Wednesday.
MAC Summer Swim Club Shark Isabel Kulik, 7, has a message to her competitors painted on her back. Kulik competed with more than 150 fellow sharks against the West Broadway Swim Clubs Dolphins on Wednesday. About 185 swimmers from the swim clubs aged 6 to 18 competed in 75 events. The local swim clubs meet every Wednesday until July 12th when they enter championships.
MAC swim coach Vanessa Gaiser peps up swimmers before they line up during a swim meet against the West Broadway Dolphins during a weekly swim meet at the West Broadway Swim Club on Wednesday. MAC swim coaches wore crowns and carried wands to sprinkle good luck on their swimmers.
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