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Validus National Championships 2018

Results from the Validus National Championships 2018 are here

High Points Winners:

Giada Dudley-Pun  Harbour Amateur Swimming Club 12 & Under Girls 

Harlan Watson-Brown Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 12 & Under Boys

 

Logan Watson-Brown Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13 & Over Girls

Jesse Washington Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13 & Over Boys

 

Highest Point Swim Winners:

Giada Dudley-Pun  Harbour Amateur Swimming Club 12 & Under Girls 

Brandon Adkins Harbour Amateur Swimming Club 12 & Under Boys

Logan Watson-Brown Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13 & Over Girls

Jesse Washington Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13 & Over Boys

Schroders LC Championships 2018

Results from the Schroders LC Championships are here

High Points Winners:

Marleigh Howes  Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 10 & Under Girls

Giulio Ligori Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 10 & Under Boys

Josephine Duerden Harbour Amateur Swimming Club11 11-12 Girls 

Harlan Watson-Brown Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 11-12 Boys

Logan Watson-Brown Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13-14 Girls

Brian Desmond Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 13-14 Boys

Skyler Powell Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 15 & Over Girls

Jesse Washington Sharks Swim Club Bermuda 15 & Over Boys

CCCAN 2017 – Team

Bermuda CCCAN team 2017

11-12

Elan Daley

Jessica Bruton

Payton Zelkin 

Sam Williamson 

Taylor White 

Finn Moseley
 
13-14

Skyler Powell 

Logan Watson-Brown 

Gabriela Pitman 

Keagan Woolley 

Brian Desmond 
 
15-17

Shannon Hassell 

Madelyn Moore 

Jesse Washington 

Ethan Daley 

Evan Farrow 
 
The Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation Championships (CCCAN) will be held in Trinidad from June 28th to July 2nd,2017.  Bermuda has selected a team of 16 swimmers to compete at the Championships. The 15 swimmers that brought back 39 medals from Carifta in Bahamas this year are all members of the CCCAN team along with Shannon Hassell that missed Carifta to prepare for her IB exams. The team will be training hard over the next month in hopes of improving on the results from Carifta. Everyone is looking forward to this event as it will be held at the National Aquatic Center, Balmain Couva in Trinidad.  This new facility has been built with a roof and seems very impressive from the pictures that we have seen. 

This Championship will kick off a busy summer that includes Commonwealth Youth Games in Bahamas, FINA world Championships in Budapest and FINA world Junior Championships Indianapolis. We hope to have great summer of racing and to continue to build on our success with more personal best times.

The team will be accompanied by National coaches Ben Smith and Richard Goodwin along with team Manager Allison Watson-Brown and team chaperone Rebecca White.

CARIFTA 2017

The CARIFTA 2017 Swimming Championships will be held in Nassau, The Bahamas beginning April 15, 2017.

A team of 15 swimmers has been selected to represent Bermuda at the 32nd Carifta Swimming Championships. See the team below.

 

Swimming Psych Sheet

Open Water Entries

 

Carifta team 2017

11-12 Girls

Elan Daley

Jessica Bruton

Payton Zelkin

Taylor White

11-12 Boys

Sam Williamson

Finn Moseley

13-14 Girls

Skyler Powell

Logan Watson-Brown

Gabriela Pittman

13-14 Boys

Keagan Woolley

Brian Desmond

15-17 Girls

Madelyn Moore

15-17 Boys

Jesse Washington

Ethan Daley

Evan Farrow

2016 Validus Nationals High Points Winners

After the Championship was complete the high points awards were presented at the Championship dinner.

Guest high point trophy winner were presented to female winner Jade Hannah and male winner Mackenzie Flowers. Both swimmers were representing the Canadian Youth team.

National High Point Junior (12 and under) Champions
Female: Elan Daley – Sharks Swim club
Male: Sam Williamson – Sharks Swim Club

National High Point Champions
Female: Maddy Moore – Sharks Swim Club
Male: Jesse Washington – Sharks Swim Club

Highest Point for One Event
Junior Female: Elan Daley – Sharks Swim Club 50 Freestyle
Junior Male: Brian Desmond – Sharks Swim Club 400 Freestyle
Female: Rebecca Heyliger – Sharks Swim Club 50 Freestyle
Male: Julian Fletcher – Sharks Swim Club 100 Breaststroke

 

Sam, Julian and Brian

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Elan

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