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Tahoe Swim Club shows best while Swimming at Altitude

Staff report
Tahoe Swim Club athlete Jackson Trew is all focus on the starting block at the annual Swimming in Altitude meet this past weekend at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Complex.
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Tahoe Swim Club standouts

Top girls

Kate Hitchcock (age 8): 6th 25 back

Giulia Lancellotti(age 8): 5th 25 breast

Bella Munson (age 8): 5th 100 free

Alexi Haven (age 9): 5th 25 free, 6th 500 free, 5th 50 back

Hannah Trew (age 10): 4th 100 fly, 5th 50 back, 6th 50 fly, 6th 100 breast

Alex Ottomo (age 11): 2nd 25 free, 2nd 50 fly, 3rd 50 free, 3rd 200 free, 3rd 50 breast, 4th 50 back, 4th 100 breast, 4th 100 IM

Maddy Evans (age 11): 6th 25 free

Hannah Lucas (age 11): 4th 50 breast, 6th 100 breast

Sophie Stewart (age 13): 6th 25 free

Patricia Frega (age 13): 4th 200 breast, 6th 100 breast

Lauren Tang (age 15): 1st 50 free, 1st 100 free, 1st 200 free, 1st 500 free, 1st 100 breast, 1st 200 breast, 1st 100 fly, 1st 200 IM, 2nd 25 free

Kirsten Tang (age 16): 1st 25 free, 1st 50 free, 1st 100 free, 1st 200 free, 1st 500 free, 1st 100 breast, 1st 200 breast, 1st 100 back, 1st 200 back, 1st 200 IM

Maggie Albrecht (age 17): 2nd 500 free, 2nd 100 fly, 3rd 100 free, 3rd 200 free, 4th 25 free, 4th 50 free

Top boys

Marcus Haven (age 5): 3rd 25 free, 3rd 25 back, 5th 50 free

Nico Wagner (age 7): 2nd 50 back, 5th 25 free, 5th 50 free

Christopher Haven (age 8): 3rd 100 IM, 3rd 100 free, 3rd 50 breast, 4th 25 back, 4th 25 free, 4th 25 breast, 4th 25 fly, 4th 50 fly, 5th 50 back

Westin Terpening (age 8): 2nd 50 back, 2nd 25 breast, 3rd 25 back, 4th 100 free, 6th 25 free, 6th 50 free

Zachary Bellairs (age 9): 3rd 25 free, 4th 50 breast, 4th 50 fly, 5th 50 free

Levi Shambaugh (age 11): 2nd 50 fly, 3rd 100 back, 3rd 50 breast, 4th 50 back, 4th 100 IM

Noah Shambaugh (age 13): 4th 25 free

Andrew Carlisle (age 13): 3rd 50 free, 3rd 100 breast, 4th 100 free, 5th 200 free, 5th 200 breast

Louie Marin (age 14): 2nd 500 free, 2nd 25 free, 2nd 200 breast, 5th 200 free, 5th 100 back, 5th 200 back, 5th 100 breast, 6th 200 IM

Brady McIntyre (age 14): 3rd 100 fly, 4th 500 free, 4th 100 free, 6th 25 free, 6th 200 back

Temugen Enkhbayar (age 14): 3rd 200 breast

Bryan Peuse (age 16): 4th 200 free, 4th 100 breast

Nearly 400 swimmers flooded the community pool this past weekend for the annual Swimming at Altitude meet, hosted by the Tahoe Swim Club.

South Tahoe swimmers Kirsten Tang, 16, and Lauren Tang, 15, both dominated their age brackets with a collective 18 gold medals.

Kirsten swam to 10 out of 10 gold medals. She finished first in five freestyle events, two breaststroke events, two backstroke races and an individual medley.

Lauren also turned in a remarkable performance with eight gold medals of her own and a silver in the individual medley.

Maggie Albrecht, 17, was also on the medal pace, capturing two silvers and two bronze medals in the freestyle and butterfly.

Albrecht, Kirsten, Lauren and Louie Marin combine for fourth place in a co-ed, 200-yard freestyle relay.

Alex Ottomo, 11, proved she is the up-and-coming South Shore swimmer to beat. She finished second in two events and third in three events.

Among the boys, 8-year-olds Christopher Haven and Westin Terpening teamed up for a combine six top-three finishes. The boys took three medals apiece.

Marin also turned in a standout performance with his three silver medals.

Andrew Carlisle, Nico Wagner, Marcus Haven, Zachary Bellairs, Levi Shambaugh, Brady McIntyre and Temugen Enkhbayar all finished in the top three of their individual events.

Sponsorship from several South Lake Tahoe businesses and the Optimist Club helped make the swim meet possible. The Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe also sent volunteers to run the snack bar in addition to donating.

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