"I just wanted to let you know how my conference meet went. I went a 2.07.4 in the 200IM which is a personal best, 1st place at the meet, and a new pool record! Also, it is currently the second fastest time in the state! I know I can drop more time, however, and I hope to go at least a 2.06 if not a 2.04 at sectionals. I also swam the 100free and went a 52.6, which is another best time, 1st place, and it seats me 4th in state. My two relays won as well, and the team won overall! I made sure to take extra ASEA before the meet and it really helped. Thanks so much for the training. I look forward to working out tomorrow!!!"
Mika H - Lake Forest, IL
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