Well, they've done it again.
For the fifth consecutive year, swimmers with the Windsor Bluefins have earned the distinction of Best Small Team, at Swim Nova Scotia's Summer Provincials.
And, in the process, they set a new Nova Scotia record in a thrilling relay event.
Held Aug. 16-18, in Halifax, the season-ending competition brought out the best in the Bluefins.
Leading the medal haul was 10-year-old Briana Sexton, who won gold medals in the 100-metre individual medley (1.35.76), and, in the 25-metre backstroke (19.83). Sexton added a silver medal in the 25-metre butterfly (18.12) and won bronze in the 25-metre freestyle race (16.73). She was also a member of the Girls 10 and Under 100-metre medley relay team, which swam to bronze (1.24.70), along with Sarah Hilborn, Cassidy Lutes, and, Tori Lowthers.
Another double-gold winner was Amy Lord, who captured top honours in the Girls 15-16 50-metre breaststroke (37.99), and in the 100-metre breaststroke (1.23.38).
Lord, and teammates Sam Lake, Rianna Robinson, and, Natasha Williamson, also made a stunning gold-medal splash in the Girls 15 and Over 200-metre medley relay — setting a provincial record time of 2.17.97.
With a time of 2.06.15, the team of Lord, Robinson, Williamson, and, Freya Ferguson also claimed a bronze medal in the 200-metre freestyle relay.
Ferguson also powered her way to silver in the Girls 13-14 200-metre individual medley (2.55.27), and earned three bronze medals in the 100-metre backstroke (1.21.48), 400-metre free (5.29.04), and 200-metre free (2.34.04).
Another consistent top-five finisher was Robert Williamson, who won bronze in the Boys 11-12 50-metre back (39.32), and was named to the provincial all-star team, with Lord and Sexton.
Perennial standout, Olki Drdul, charged to gold in the Boys 15-16 50-metre butterfly (29.92).
Drdul added two silver medals to his count, one for the 100-metre breast (1.18.69), the other for the 50-metre backstroke (31.59).
He also played an integral part in a Bluefins' silver medal in the Boys 15 and Over 200-metre medley relay (2.15.55), with teammates Jacob Beaulieu, Ashton Kenny, and, Duncan Ferguson.
Rianna Robinson took silver in the Girls 15-16 50-metre fly (34.06), and the 100-metre free (1.08.35), and bronze in the 50-metre free (30.51).
Yet another determined competitor, Meredith Chambers, swam to silver in the Girls 13-14 100-metre breaststroke (1.26.49), and bronze in the 50-metre breast (40.15).
But, honours were not restricted to the swimmers. Andrew Kenny was named Assistant Coach of the Year (along with Andrew Henneberry, of Colby).
Head Coach of the Year went to Ian Smith, of the Bridgewater Barracudas.