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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Daley Wins Seven Medals in Hall of Fame Meet

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Elijah Daley competed in the 2018 Hall of Fame Swim Meet hosted by Etobicoke Swim Club.

Daley competed in eight Finals in the Boy’s 12 Year Old Age Group and was on the podium seven times, winning five Silver and two Bronze Medals to go with 1 record breaking performance and 8 Personal Best times.

Competing in the 50m Freestyle Final, Daley won a Silver Medal touching the wall in a time of 27.71.

During the 100m Freestyle Final Daley would win the Bronze Medal with a time of 1:01.38. Another Bronze Medal was won during the 50m Backstroke Final with Daley clocking 32.40.

During the 100m Backstroke Final, Daley finished 4th stopping the clock in a time of 1:09.60.

It was back to Medal honors when Daley captured the Silver Medal during the 50m Breaststroke Final clocking 36.13.

Daley would then win the 100m Breaststroke Final Silver Medal stopping the clock in a time of 1:19.86.

During the 50m Butterfly Final, Daley won the Silver Medal touching the wall in a time of 30.13.

Daley would save his record breaking performance until the end when he won the Silver Medal during the 100m Butterfly Final clocking a time of 1:06.51, breaking the record of 1:08.42 set by his brother Ethan Daley back on May 18th, 2014.
Monday, October 15, 2018
Daley Breaks Three Records During Hall Of Fame Meet

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Elan Daley competed in the 2018 Hall of Fame Swim Meet hosted by Etobicoke Swim Club.

Daley competed in four events in the Girls 13 Year Old Age Group and stood on top of the podium each time, she would also break three Bermuda Records including a record that has stood for 19 years.

During the 100m Freestyle Final, Daley finished 1st touching the wall in a time of 57.11, Daley’s time would be faster than the record time in the Age Group by Madelyn Moore set back on March 21st 2015.

Daley also won the 100m Backstroke Final stopping the clock in a time of 1:04.91, which breaks Emma Harvey’s time set back on February 6th 2016.

A time of 34.26 during the 50m Breaststroke Final would see Daley break a 19 year old record set by Ashley Aitken back on June 1st 1999.

Daley would win the 50m Butterfly Final touching the wall in a time of 28.91.


Saturday, October 13, 2018
Records Broken in Kattegat Limited Sharks Sprint Meet

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The Kattegat Limited Sharks Sprint Meet took place at the BASA Pool, with 2 records set during the competition.

During the 11-12 Boys 4x50 Freestyle relay, the Sharks team of Giulio Ligori, Joseph Vallis, Flynn Watson-Brown and Harlan Watson Brown broke the old record of 2:05.24 set by Shannon Botelho, Mitchell Gariepy, Charles Pilgrim and Jesse Washington back on March 19th 2011, with a time of 2:03.53.

Arabella Newport-Derbyshire continues her assault on the 8 and Under record books by setting a new record in the 200 Backstroke. The old record of 3:13.86 was set by Elan Daley back on February 16th, 2014 in Canada, Newport-Derbyshire would touch the wall in a time of 3:09.30.

Click Here to see the Full 2018 Kattegat limited Sharks Sprint Meet October 13th Results


 
 
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Moore & Legband in Youth Olympics Action

Legband & Moore
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Madelyn Moore and Kai Legband were both in action in Argentina competing in the Youth Olympic Games.

Moore just missed out on a Women’s 50m Freestyle Semi-Final spot when she finished 6th in Heat 5 touching the wall in a time of 26.81, her time saw her place 21st overall.

Legband would finish the Men’s 100m Freestyle 29th overall this after recording a time of 52.21, which placed him 5th in Heat 3.

 
 
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Moore Sees More Action in Youth Olympics

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Madelyn Moore was back in the pool in Argentina as the Youth Olympic Games continued.

Moore would compete in the Women's 50m Backstroke finishing 5th in Heat 2, Moore would touch the wall in a time of 30.59.

Moore’s time would see her finish 28th overall.
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