Masters swimmers compete in Grand Junction

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Laura Wilson of Grand Junction swims some warmup laps at the Colorado Masters Swimming Association Short Track State Championships at El Pomar Natatorium Sunday.
This was her first competitive swim meet. The event attracted 187 swimmers from across the state and was the second time Grand Junction hosted the meet.
Swimmers from age 80 to 18 participated.

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