Harbour capture medals in Ontario
The Harbour Gold Squad enjoyed success at the Gus Ryder SC Invitational Memorial Cup in Ontario, Canada, last weekend.
Team members included Alyson Scherer, Finn Moseley, Emma Kittleson, Lindsay Scherer, Josephine Duerden, Myeisha Sharrieff, Brandon Adkins, Giada Dudley-Pun, Caitlin Coleman and Thomas Cechini.
Fifty-One personal bests in 69 races were achieved by the team after an intense training camp with Nike Peak Performance in Bermuda.
Sharrieff dropped an impressive 42.39sec throughout the weekend, while Coleman and Moseley achieved personal bests across all seven events.
“The swimmers produced outstanding results whilst demonstrating great team spirit to round off a valuable week of mental and physical preparation,” Shona Palmer, Harbour head coach, said.: Having achieved numerous substantial personal best times this early in the season positions them well for the season ahead.”
Harbour swept the girls 13-14 50 metres breaststroke as Duerden won gold, Sharrieff silver and Dudley-Pun bronze. The team also brought home 39 medals and four high-point trophies.
Scherer, Moseley, Adkins and Cechini each captured age group titles.
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