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SVG. 1924 Bottrop clears at the district championships

Münster.
The swimmers of the SVg returned with many titles, medals and best performances. Bottrop back from the district championships.

At the long course championship of the Northwest Westphalia swimming district in Münster, the athletes of the Swimming Association 1924 Bottrop once again in impressive form and rewarded themselves with numerous podium finishes and personal best times.

Mia Dahlke (born in 2011) is one of the club’s greatest talents. She was able to secure the title of year champion twice and put the competition over 100 m breaststroke in 1:37.59 and 200 m breaststroke in 3:36.25 minutes. She was narrowly beaten in the 50m breaststroke and swam the silver medal in 0:45.88. Fifth place in the 200m individual medley in 3:21.29, seventh place in the 50m freestyle in 0:36.69 and ninth place in the 100m freestyle in 1:24.36 rounded off her personal track record.

Noah Balzer stays under 1:10 minutes for the first time

Noah Balzer (2010) was also fit to the point, staying under 1:10 for the first time in the 100 m freestyle in 1:09.76 and thus also securing the championship title of the year at the same time. He won three silver medals in the 50 and 200 m freestyle (0:31.86 and 2:38.94) and 200 m breaststroke (3:28.78) and a bronze medal in the 50 m breaststroke (0:44.08). only podium places.




Laura Thürstein (2005) swam another title in the 50 m freestyle in 0:29.17. The member of the squad of Bottrop competitive athletes also won silver four times in the 50 (0:36.38), 100 (1:16.23) and 200 m backstroke (2:45.50) as well as 100 m freestyle (1:05.86). ) and bronze in the 50m butterfly in 0:33.39. He also finished fourth in the 50m breaststroke in 0:40.14.


The club’s second squad athlete, Nele Banczyk (2006), was in immediate preparation for the German championships in open water swimming over 2.5 and 5 km. Nevertheless, she achieved excellent results on the distances that were short for her. She swam five silver medals in the 50 and 100 m butterfly (0:34.57 and 1:18.43), 100 and 200 m freestyle (1:07.40 and 2:26.67) and 50 m breaststroke (0:41.22) and bronze in the 200 m individual medley in 2:51.08. He also finished sixth in the 50m freestyle in 0:31.36.

Alexander Bialoyan with a flawless record

Alexander Bialojan (2012) offered an “immaculate” record of four silver medals in four starts. He secured the runner-up titles over 50 (0:47.30), 100 (1:42.98) and 200 m backstroke (3:40.28) as well as 100 m freestyle (1:28.99). Maria Griebner swam two runners-up titles of her class in 2012 in the 50 and 100 m butterfly (0:42.30 and 1:43.35). Fourth place jumped out the 50m backstroke in 0:50.00.

Gero Drewer-Gutland experienced his premiere at a district championship (2012). He immediately celebrated a bronze medal in the 100 m freestyle in 1:29.25. As part of the Masters competitions, Vera Sporckmann started in the age group 20. Over 50 and 100 m freestyle (0:32.64 and 1:13.72), 50 m breaststroke (0:41.69) and 50 m backstroke (0:36.91) she swam to fourth and over 50 m butterfly (0:35.55) for fifth place.

Bottrop seasons show good performance

Fifth was Nila Szczygielski (2010) in the 50 m freestyle in 0:33.41. Tenth place jumped out over double the distance in 1:17.48. Samira Strekies (2008) swam seventh in the 50m freestyle in 0:31.83. She was eighth in the 50m breaststroke in 0:43.15 and ninth in the 100m freestyle in 1:10.97.

Melina Jörgens (2009) also took eighth place in the 200 m freestyle in 2:36.08. She secured tenth place in the 100m freestyle in 1:11.60 and eleventh in the 50m freestyle in 0:32.55. Pia Grimm (2008) swam the 50 m freestyle in 0:33.68 to eleventh place. Over the same distance, Camilla Stachow (2008) finished twelfth in 0:33.86. Alisa Jörgens (2010) also competed in the 50 m freestyle and took 14th place in 0:37.24.

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