Roseville Aquatics Complex to Host Summer Sanders Invitational
California Capital Aquatics (CCA) is excited to announce that the 18th Annual Summer Sanders Invitational will be June 11-14 at the Roseville Aquatics Complex.
This four-day swimming event will serve as a Long Course Junior Plus Swim Meet as well as a Time Trials as it has in past years. Placer Valley Tourism is teaming up with CCA once again to bring this swimming tradition to Placer Valley.
This year there is expected to be more than 900 swimmers competing from 52 teams with a grand total of 5,480 swimming entries. The Sierra Nevada Region Local Swim Community (LSC) will have 17 teams in attendance and there will be 28 teams representing the Pacific LSC. Southern California and Central California will also have teams represented at this meet and there will be teams arriving from Oregon, Washington, Idaho and even as far as Minnesota.
Alex Ongaco, CCA Meet Director, is looking forward to the Summer Sanders Invitational being a huge success as the turn out is always outstanding and the competition is top-notch. As a Long Course Junior Plus Swim Meet the swimmers are swimming against competitors right in their level.
Ongaco explained that the Junior Plus designation refers to the meet being open to any swimmer, any age, who can meet the qualifying time or time standard for the events they want to swim. "Instead of competing against swimmers of the same age, they are competing against swimmers with the same qualifying times," added Ongaco.
Be sure to come on down and watch some serious swimming this weekend at the Summer Sanders Invitational! The Roseville Aquatics Complex is located at 3051 Woodcreek Blvd. in West Roseville.
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