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SLASA Host its 1st Swim Meet for 2016


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Competition_swimming_pool_blockPRESS RELEASE – This past Sunday January 11th 2016, The St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association hosted its 1st one day open swim meet for the year at the Rodney Heights Aquatic Center.

This meet was sanctioned by the St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association in accordance to FINA rules. A total of 88 swimmers took to the water with the hope of improving their times.

The top scoring swimmers in each age group are as follows;

8 and Under Girls

1st Place Allie Capasso  Sharks Swim Club

2nd Place Jasmine Stiede Sharks Swim Club

3rd Place Zoe Bernard Lightning Aquatics Swim Club  

8 and Under Boys

1st Place Therron Herelle Racers Swim Club  

1st  Antoine Destang Sharks Swim Club

3rd Karic Charles Lightning Aquatics Swim Club

9 – 10 Girls

1st Jorja Mederick Racers Swim Club

2nd Naekeisha Louis Lightning Aquatics Swim Club

3rd Tammy Pultie Sharks Swim Club

9 – 10 Boys

1st D’Andre Blanchard Sea Jays Swim Club

2nd Kyai Taylor Sharks Swim Club

3rd Brandon Eugene Racers Swim Club

11 – 12 Girls

1st Mikaili Charlemagne Unattached

2nd Kiana Casimir Sharks Swim Club

2nd Sunshine Mauricette Sea Jays Swim Club

11 – 12 Boys

1st Matheo Capasso Sharks Swim Club

2nd Jakob Harrison Sharks Swim Club

3rd Kenai D’Auvergne Racers Swim Club

13 – 14 Girls

1st Katie Kyle Sharks Swim Club

2nd Mya Eugene Racers Swim Club

3rd Veronica Brown Sea Jays Swim Club

13 – 14 Boys

1st Terrel Monplaisir Sea Jays Swim Club

2nd Jayhan Odlum-Smith Sea Jays Swim Club

3rd Nyeem Rosemond Sharks Swim Club, St. Lucia

15 and Over Girls

1st Abbie Pultie Sharks Swim Club

2nd Mikaela Casimir Sharks Swim Club

3rd Abigail Brown Sea Jays Swim Club

15 and Over Boys

1st Omar Alexander Racers Swim Club

2nd Nicholas Mc Lennon Racers Swim Club

3rd Daron Mauricette Sharks Swim Club

SLASA looks forward to giving the swimmers more opportunities in the very near future to compete locally with the ultimate goal of qualifying to compete regionally and internationally.

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