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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Daley Wins 4 & Breaks 4 Records in Invitational Open

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Elan Daley competed in the 2019 Etobicoke Invitational Open A-B Swim Meet hosted by the Etobicoke Swim Club at the Etobicoke Olympium.

Daley swam in four events and stood on top of the podium all four times and she would break four Bermuda Records in the Girls 13-14 Age Group.

Daley would win the 50m Freestyle Gold Medal touching the wall in a time of 25.89, breaking her own record time of 25.98.

Daley would also win the 200m Freestyle Gold Medal with a time of 2:03.52, which breaks Logan Watson-Brown’s current time of 2:07.07.

Daley’s third Gold Medal performance came during the 400m Freestyle as she clocked a winning time of 4:26.65, which would again break a time Watson-Brown previously set of 4:32.75.

Daley would close out with the Gold Medal in the 200m Individual Medley clocking 2:18.45, with her time breaking Emma Harvey’s time of 2:27.01.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Hannah Competes in TYR Pro Swim Series #1

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Bermudian born Jade Hannah competed in the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series #1 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Hannah finished 3rd in the Preliminary Round of the Women’s 50 LC Meter Backstroke with a time of 28.50 to advance to the A Final.

In the Women’s 50 LC Meter Backstroke A Final, Hannah finished 5th with a time of 28.45.

In the Women’s 100 LC Meter Backstroke Preliminaries, Hannah finished T11th touching the wall in a time of 1:02.02, this time would see the sixteen year old advance tot eh B Final.

Hannah would touch the wall in a time of 1:01.17 during the Women’s 100 LC Meter Backstroke B Final to finish 2nd.
Monday, January 14, 2019
Moore Shines But Northern Colorado Fall

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Madelyn Moore and her Northern Colorado Women’s Swimming and Diving teammates returned to the pool after a long break to the five-time WAC Champions Northern Arizona.

Northern Colorado fought hard against the powerhouse Northern Arizona team but fell 172-117.

Despite the final team results, UNC had three first place finishes and four second place. Moore led the team with two of those three first place finishes.

Moore showed off her versatility by taking the top spot in the Women’s 100 Yard Backstroke when she touched the wall in a time of 57.32

Moore would claim the win in the Women’s 100 Yard Butterfly clocking a time of 58.12.

Moore would lead off the Northern Colorado Women’s 200 Yard Medley Relay that finished 4th with a time of 1:47.20.

Moore would swim the Anchor Leg for the Northern Colorado Women’s 400 Yard Free Relay team that finished 3rd stopping the clock in a time of 3:36.92.
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Trio Meet Carifta Qualifying Standards

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The Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association hosted a Long Course Qualifying Swim Meet at the National Sports Center.

Daria Desmond made both her qualifying times for Carifta to make her eligible for selection. Desmond competing in the 11-12 Girls 100 LC Meter Breaststroke clocked a time of 1:27.92 to meet the Standard, she would also meet the Qualifying Standard during the 11-12 Girls 200 LC Meter Breaststroke as she clocked a winning time of 3:05.38.

Jack Harvey made his Second Qualifying time to make him eligible for selection with his swim in the Men 15 & Over 100 LC Meter Backstroke, he was clocked at 1:02.91 which breaks Adam Young’s record time of 1:03.01 set back on July 1st, 2018 during the XXXI CCCAN Swimming Championships.

Competing in the 13-14 Girls 100 LC Meter Breaststroke Josephine Duerden reached her second Qualifying Standard time making her eligible for selection as she touched the wall in a time of 1:19.54.

Click Here to see the Full 2019 BASA Long Course Qualifying Swim Meet Results

Wednesday, January 09, 2019
Bermuda Host Ramapo College @ Sports Center

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The Head Coach of a US school’s swimming team has praised Bermuda and the facilities on offer on the Island saying they “met his expectations 100 percent”.

Garret Orr, the Head Swim Coach of Ramapo College of New Jersey, one of four US National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) teams who are this week using the facilities at the National Sports Center, said his interest was sparked after reading about Indiana University coming to Bermuda two years ago to train.

“We are always looking for different places and facilities to train and Bermuda, the Grotto Bay Hotel and the National Sports Centre have met our expectations 100 percent,” said Orr.

As well as Ramapo College, swimmers from Howard University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and William Paterson University came to Bermuda as part of a sports tourism partnership between the Bermuda Tourism Authority and the NSC.

Sean Tucker, the Chair of the NSC’s Board, said: “Our partnership with the BTA is working extremely well. Over the last few years we have had the pleasure of hosting many swim teams from the United States and Canada and the feedback from all of them has been enthusiastic and very encouraging.

“This is the kind of initiative that works very well for the athletes and for Bermuda, which then has an opportunity to showcase our facilities and of course our people. The fact that Orr’s interest came after seeing details of the Indiana University trip speaks volumes.”
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