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On trax for future

Trail Regional Aquatic Excellence (TRAX) athlete Tess Markus helps young swimmer Shelby Johnson with her backstroke at the Warfield Pool on Thursday. TRAX swimmers and coaches, Bill Park and Eve Fournier, shared their B.C. Summer Games experience and showed off their medals to the young swimmers at the Warfield Day Camp this week in an effort to spark interest in the sport of competitive swimming and keep an eye out for potential TRAX athletes. - Jim Bailey
Trail Regional Aquatic Excellence (TRAX) athlete Tess Markus helps young swimmer Shelby Johnson with her backstroke at the Warfield Pool on Thursday. TRAX swimmers and coaches, Bill Park and Eve Fournier, shared their B.C. Summer Games experience and showed off their medals to the young swimmers at the Warfield Day Camp this week in an effort to spark interest in the sport of competitive swimming and keep an eye out for potential TRAX athletes.
— image credit: Jim Bailey
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