Simon Fraser University freshman Mariya Chekanovych earned a couple of second-place finishes in women's 100 and 200m breaststroke at the Junior Pan Pacific swim championships in Hawaii last week.
Chekanovych was nipped at the wall by onehundredths of a second by Canada's Kierra Smith in the 100m breast final.
Hyack Swim Club's Stefan Milosevic had an individual best eighthplace finish in the men's 200-metre freestyle
Milosevic made the final of the 200m in a time of 1: 51.51. Andrew Digby of Australia won the free sprint in a 1: 49.11 clocking.
The 17-year-old Cariboo Hill student also had a number of top-20 finishes in other disciplines at the international meet.
Milosevic finished 14th in preliminaries in the 200m butterfly. He also placed 18th and 19th, respectively, in the 100 and 400m free.
Milosevic helped Canada's A team to a bronze medal in the 4x200m free relay, swimming the opening leg. He also anchored Canada's 4x100m relay team to a fourth-place finish.
Canada's men's team finished fourth in the overall aggregate well behind the top three countries - the United States, Japan and Australia.