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More records to be broken

By WAISEA NASOKIA Expect more records to be broken at day two of the annual national Swimming Championship. The results from day one of the competition have already impressed the
06 Oct 2012 10:44

Makos Swimming club’s Williams Clark (left) and Triton Club’s Paul Elaisa jump off the starting block during the boys 17 age and over - 200m freestyle at the Annual National Swimming Championship at the Nadi Sports Club. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

By WAISEA NASOKIA

Expect more records to be broken at day two of the annual national Swimming Championship.
The results from day one of the competition have already impressed the technical, registration, accreditation, coaches (TRACC) committee.
According to TRACC chairperson Tia Cheer, Matelita Buadromo (Tritons), Rosemary Rova (Barracudas), Calum Lobendahn (Stingrays) Temafa Yalimaiwai (Tritons) were looking to better their times and they were the stars to look out for in the future.
“The young swimmers are looking good as they better their times and are looking promising tomorrow (today)”.
“There were a lot of records broken but they will be determined tomorrow (today),” Cheer said.
“The competition level is very high, it started off well despite the rain but if it was good weather we would expect are better results.
“We expect more records to be broken in the long course race tomorrow (today).
“Four teams from Suva, the Tritons swimming clubs, the Babale swimming club, Race Club Fiji and Stingrays swimming club, two team based in Nadi the Makos swimming club and the Barracudas swimming, we have a team from Samoa and the Mount Wellington club.
The two day event has attracted the best swimmers from the various clubs around the country including the visiting Mount Wellington swimming team (New Zealand) and the Tanifa o Le Vai – known as TOLV (Samoa).
As this edition went to press last night officials were still tabulating the records results.

Makos Swimming club’s Williams Clark (righ) trails Triton Club’s Paul Elaisa during the boys 17 age and over - 200m freestyle at the Annual National Swimming Championship at the Nadi Sports Club yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

The long course starts this morning at Nadi Sport Club.




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