Washington claims top honours
?Jesse Washington was the 13 and Over Men’s Individual Points winner at the Bermuda National Swimming Championships at the National Sports Centre last weekend.
The Sharks swimmer, returning home from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, earned the title for his 100 metres freestyle, finishing in a time of 54.96sec.
Fellow Sharks swimmer, Logan Watson-Brown received the Girls Individual High Points award for her 100 freestyle in a time of 58.44.
In the 12 and under category, Bella Howes and Giulio Ligori, both of Sharks, won High Points Swims in the 400 freestyle (4:49.55) and 200 freestyle (2:18.86), respectively.
Ben Smith, the Bermuda and Sharks coach, said: “The Sharks coaches are very proud of our swimmers’ performances at the National Championships.
“On the local calendar, this is the competition that we circle at the beginning of the year. Having so many of our swimmers perform their best at this time was satisfying to watch.”
The island’s top swimmers will now set their sights on the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation, which will take place from ?June 28 to July 2 in Barbados.
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