After two days of competition at the 2008 Alberta Age Group Championships, three provincial records have fallen.

Thomas Jobin of the Cascade Swim Clubhas set to marks breaking the 13-14 boys 200 butterfly record on day 1 going2:05.46 to break his own record. On day 2 he followed that up with the 13 &14 year old boys 200 freestyle record going 1:55.74 to shave 3/100 off theformer record set back in 2000 by University of Calgary Swim Club¹s Graeme Tozer (1:55.77).

The 1:55.74 for Jobin helps him retain his number 1 ranking in the country on the SNC Team Aquatic Supplies Power Rankings.

Also hitting the record books was Kyle Folk of theEdmonton Keyano Swim Club, broke a 19-year-old record in the 50 freestyle which was set back in 1989 by Keyano alumnus Bobby Milroy for the 10 & underboys going 29.96 to break the former record of 30.38. Folks time moves him up the TAS Power Rankings into second place.

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