Swimming

Dolphin Will Kinitz breaks a record while swimming freestyle.

INLAND EMPIRE — The Twentynine Palms Dolphins community swim team took to the road for a meet against Inland Empire Saturday, May 18.

The Dolphins, with a relatively small team, lost 260-475 to Inland Empire but saw one of their own break a 23-year-old record.

Dolphin Will Kinitz set a new record in the 13-14 year old 100 meter freestyle, finishing in 54.89 seconds.

The Dolphins will play host to Yucca Valley at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at the Luckie Park swimming pool, Luckie Avenue and Joe Davis Drive.

Admission is free, spectators are welcome and there is a snack bar.

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