Competition came from 19 states, including Canada, and 1,178 swimmers. Seven Pacific records were broken, two of these by the Sharks.
An eight-year record in the boys Under 10 100 backstroke was broken by Sharks member Forrest White, who crashed the wall with a time of 1:05.10. Teammate David Morgan left the blocks with speed to set the 11/12 boys 100 free Pacific record of 49.68.
The Sharks 13/14 girls relay team came away with four big first places, two of which were Far Western records: 200 medley relay, 1:49.87, Far Western record, Taylor Nanfria, Callie Klein, Devin Madsen and Madison White; 400 medley relay, 3:56.37, Far Western record of 1997, Lia Jergensen, Callie Klein, Taylor Nanfria and Madison White; first place 400 free relay, 3:35.34, Devin Madsen, Callie Klein, Lauren Damian and Madison White; and first place 800 free relay 7:47.54, Taylor Nanfria, Devin Madsen, Lexy Troup,and Madison White.
The first place 11/12 boys 200 free relay, at 1:41.00, went to David Morgan, Dillion Williams,Anthony Silva and Jacob Wooldridge.