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Coquitlam's Dimitar helps Clan take win

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Coquitlam’s Dimitar Ivanov had two victories for the Simon Fraser University Clan when the school’s swim team competed at a dual meet on Saturday at the Paul and Margaret Savage Pool.

Ivanov was first victorious in the men’s 800-metre freestyle swim, winning the competition with a time of 8:39.87.

The swimmer’s second victory came in the 200-metre backstroke, when the SFU athlete recorded a time of 2:01.96.

The wins helped the Clan defeat the Nanooks 75-44 and the Puget Sound Loggers 87-32 at the meet, which also saw Coquitlam’s Alexandria Schofield and Kristine Lawson take home victories.

The Clan men will be back in action on Jan. 18 in Claremont, Calif., against Pomona-Pitzer while the Clan women will take on Pomona-Pitzer and California Baptist.

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