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    Saugus Swimmer Abbey Weitzeil Sets Two Records

    Saugus High junior Abbey Weitzeil posted a pair of record-setting performances at the Speedo Winter Junior National Championships in North Carolina.

    Swimming for the Canyons Aquatics Club, Weitzeil set the meet records in the 50-meter and 100-freestyle events.

    She won both races. She set the meet record in the 50 free in 22.02 seconds in the preliminaries. She won the 100 free by setting the meet record in 47.78 seconds.

    The Canyons Aquatics Club finished fifth overall as a team.

    Abbey Weitzeil Wins Junior National Swimming Championship In 50 Freestyle

    Abbey Weitzeil, swimming for the Canyons Aquatics Club, won a Speedo Junior National championship in the 50-meter freestyle in Irvine.

    She won the race in 25.27 seconds and nearly broke the meet record set by Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin.

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    Abbey Weitzeil Starts At Junior National Swimming Championships

    Saugus High junior Abbey Weitzeil posted the fourth fastest time in qualifying in the 100-meter freestyle at the Speedo Junior National Swimming Championships in Irvine.

    Weitzeil’s time in the 100 freestyle was 56.32 seconds. She is swimming for the Canyons Aquatics Club and will also compete on the 4x100 freestyle relay team with Liza Kuznetsova, Tamara Santoyo and Mik Ranslem.

    Saugus Swimmer Abbey Weitzeil Wins Three Races At Summer Sectionals

    Abbey Weitzel, swimming for the Canyons Aquatics Club, won three races in the California-Nevada Summer Sectionals at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.

    Weitzel, who also swims for Saugus High, won the 50, 100 and 200 meter freestyle events at the meet. She won the 50 in 25.58 seconds, the 100 in 55.37 seconds and the 200 in 2 minutes, 4.24 seconds.