While competing against swimmers from throughout the eastern zone, Lleyton Arnold, Landon Gentry and Carly Sebring finished first overall in their age groups at the 2019 IM Xtreme Games. Arnold scored the most points in the 12-year-old boy’s pentathlon. For the 4th year in a row, Gentry won his IMX age group, this year taking first in the 14-year-old boy’s sextathlon. Sebring won the 14-year-old girl’s sextathlon. Camille Spink finished directly behind Sebring in the 14-year-old girl’s competition. Clara Hastings similarly took 2nd in the 10-year-old girl’s pentathlon.
Gentry swept his events en route to his sextathlon victory. He touched first in the 14-year-old boy’s 500 Free, 200 Back, 200 Breast, 200 Fly, 200 IM and 400 IM. Sebring was not far behind with wins in the Girl’s 13-14 200 Fly, 200 IM and 400 IM. Tatum Wall has also won multiple events, as she took first in the Girl’s 13-14 500 Free and 200 Back. Arnold (12-year-old boy’s 100 Breast) and Christopher DeVito (10-year-old boy’s 100 Breast) won events as well.
For full results from the meet, click here.
NCAP Top 10 Pentathlon/Sextathlon Finishers
Lletyon Arnold- 1st place (12-year-old Boys)
Lauren Clark- 9th place (13-year-old Girls)
Christopher DeVito- 5th place (10-year-old Boys)
Landon Gentry- 1st place (14-year-old Boys)
Clara Hastings- 2nd place (10-year-old Girls)
Ian Kang- 4th place (10-year-old Boys)
Matthew Pianoto- 3rd place (14-year-old Boys)
Carly Sebring- 1st place (14-year-old Girls)
Camille Spink- 2nd place (14-year-old Girls)
Jackson Tishler- 7th place (11-year-old Boys)
Tatum Wall- 5th place (14-year-old Girls)