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Addison Otters wrap up swim season

TROY, N.Y. — Nine athletes on the Addison Otters Swim Team qualified for and participated in the Adirondack Gold Short Course Championship this past weekend at the Robison Pool in Troy, N.Y. Peter Bicknell coaches the Bristol-based team.
Qualifying for this meet is very difficult and gives the athletes the opportunity to swim against the best swimmers in the Adirondack league. To attend this meet the swimmer must have swum in two Adirondack meets in this swim season (October-March) and obtain a qualifying time.
Eleven-year-old Tess Ruddy qualified for finals in the girls’ 50 breast and as second alternate for the girls’ 100 breast. Katie Mayer, 16, qualified as second alternate for the girls’ senior 100 breast, and 12-year-old Oliver Roy qualified as first alternate for the boys’ 11-12 100 breast.
Others who competed in the meet were Emma Beauchemin, 12; Allie Croke, 9; Leah Croke, 11; Emily Rooney, 11; Abigail Roy, 10; and Samara Sausville, 17.
More information on the Addison Otters is at www.addisonotters.com and on the team’s Facebook page.
SEVERAL MEMBERS OF the Addison Otters Swim Team gather with coach Peter Bicknell at the Robison Pool at RPI this past weekend for their final meet of the year. Pictured with Bicknell are Oliver Roy, Abigail Roy, Leah Croke, Allie Croke, Emily Rooney and Tess Ruddy.

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