This summer Keston announced that he wanted to try the swim team. That means long days for the kid. He is gone by 6 a.m. for seminary, then school, to play practice, to home for a quick dinner, to swim practice, and finally bed at 10 p.m. I hardly see the kid anymore.
His first meet was at home so it was fun to watch. On his first event - he was climbing up to the blocks and his goggles broke. It was not a great start. Luckily Dad and Uncle Ken hurried to Sportsman to grab some new ones. He did alright. In the relays he brought his team up a spot.
Here he is without goggles for his 50 free.
Waiting for the 100 free.
Starting the first relay.
His last event - the 100 free relay - if I remember he was the last leg. He did great!
After his meet in Butte - he was awarded the team jersey for great sportsmanship. He is a great kid. Let's see how the rest of the season goes.