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Swimmers take part in final meet before nationals

Leno/Barracuda invitational was the largest meet of the swim season
  • Salene Gibson and Liya Moncur walked away with the high point trophies in the girls 8-and-under division.


Published: May 30, 2013

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This past weekend, May 24-25, the Leno Corporate Services/Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex was the platform for swimmers trying to achieve times to qualify for the upcoming 42nd Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Bahamas National Swimming Championships.

Dion Gibson, president of the Barracuda Swim Club, stated: “We are grateful to Leno Corporate Services Limited for sponsoring our last meet of the swim season which was very successful. We welcome Leno to the ‘Cuda’ family, and we look forward to an ongoing partnership.”

In the girls 8-and-under division, Salene Gibson of the Barracuda Swim Club and Liya Moncur of Swift Swimming walked away with the high point trophies. Stella Higgs of Swift Swimming was third. In boys 8-and-under division, Jake Thompson of Swift Swimming walked away with the high point trophy and Marvin Johnson of Blue Marlin Aquatics took the runner-up trophy.

Cecily Bowe of Swift Swimming won the high point trophy in the girls 9-10 division, and the runner-up was Kathryn Slatter of the Barracuda Swim Club. For the boys 9-10 division, Davante Carey of the Barracuda Swim Club took the high point trophy, and he was followed closely by his teammate, Ian Pinder, who took the runner-up trophy.

In the girls 11-12 division, Amber Pinder of the Barracuda Swim Club took the high point trophy with the runner-up trophies going to Sian Longley of the Barracuda Swim Club and Victoria Russell of Swift Swimming. In the boys 11-12 division, Joshua Roberts walked away with the high point trophy and Samuel Gibson of the Barracuda Swim Club took the runner-up trophy.

Tremaine Allen of Swift Swimming walked away with the high point trophy in the girls 13-14 division. The runner-up spot went to Maya Thompson of Swift Swimming. For the 13-14 boys, Gershwin Greene of the Barracuda Swim Club took the high point trophy and the runner-up trophy went to Nhyn Fernander of the Barracuda Swim Club.

In girls 15-and-over division, Anna Misiewicz took the high point trophy and the runner-up trophy went to Doran Reed. Both girls are members of the Barracuda Swim Club. In the 15-and-over boys, Drew Bastian of the Barracuda Swim Club received the high point trophy and Anibal Hernandez Valdes of Swift Swimming won the runner-up trophy.

The Barracuda Swim Club congratulates all of the swimmers and wishes everyone much success in the upcoming 42nd RBC Bahamas nationals to be held from Thursday, June 20 to Sunday, June 23, at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex.


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