The Abbotsford Olympians swam for medals and records at the Langley Invitational Swim Meet on Nov. 17-18.
The team posted a 92 per cent best time rate, had four podium performances, broke 16 club records and had seven new 'A' standards achieved.
"All in all, a good weekend, but we expect much more as the season progresses," said coach Jason Chugh.
Alina Blakley broke the 11-12 girls club record with a 6: 21.63 in the 400 freestyle.
Hannah Weinkauf continued her record-breaking performances in the 13-14 girls 400 free (5: 09.51), Tavleev Grewal took to the blocks in the 10 & under girls 200 free, first qualifying for finals in a best time and club record of 2: 57.60 and then had a huge finals swim, stepping up and smashing the record she set in the morning with a third place finish (2: 50.89), improving 21 seconds from her previous best.
Katie Charest had a personal best of 2: 57.94 in the 200 free and Weinkauf was back in the 200 free, breaking the club record in a 2: 22.18.
On the boys side, James Lee continued his improvements in a 13-14 boys club record performance of 2: 24.89 in the 200m free.
His brother, Sam Lee broke the 15-17 club record 2: 24.92 in the 200m freestyle.
The records continued to fall as the weekend went on. Weinkauf broke the 13-14 girls club record in the 50 free with a personal best 29.03 and a second place finish.
Sophia McDonald set the club record in the girls 200 breaststroke with a fifth place finish (2: 57.47).
Tobyn Smith was on a roll again, breaking the 10 & under girls club record in the 100 back for a third place finish in a time of 1: 27.13 and taking the silver in the 50 back.
The Lee brothers were back at work in the 200 fly, breaking the 13-14 and 1517 club records in a 2: 55.58 and 2: 45.77 respectively. James broke the club record in the 13-14 boys 100 freestyle record in 1: 04.72.
Jack Weinkauf showcased his breaststroke skills, finaling in the 10 & under boys 50 & 100 breaststroke.
For more results go to www.abbotsfordolympians.com.