GULF SHORES, Ala. (WALA) - The Gulf Shores Swim Team broke four team records and earned a Top 10 finish at the South District Swimming Championships, a representative said.
The team recently competed in the South District Championships at the University of West Florida Aquatic Center. They entered 10 swimmers in the meet which attracted over 500 from across southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.
A release sent out Tuesday, March 12, said The Dolphins team was led by 8-year-old Cody Hall, who broke his existing age group record in the 25-yard backstroke. Cody also set a new record and claimed the bronze in the 50-yard backstroke.
Other top performers for the Dolphins included Clair Dickinson, who swam personal best times in six of her eight races; Margaret Lloyd, who set a new team record in the 400-yard individual medley and Nate McGee, who set a new team record in the 200-yard breaststroke.
In addition, Hall and Dickinson qualified for the Southeastern Championships and will join Catherine Taylor to represent the Dolphins at the meet, which will be held in Nashville, TN.
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