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Monday, July 09, 2018
Daley Competes in Ontario Summer Championships

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Elan Daley recently competed in the Ontario Summer Provincial Championships at the Etobicoke Olympium, Ontario, Canada.

Daley competed in 7 Finals medaling in four of them claiming three Gold Medals and a Silver.

Daley would capture the 50m Freestyle Gold Medal with a time of 27.03, she would also capture the 100m Freestyle Gold Medal with a time of 1:00.40.

Daley would capture her third Gold Medal during the 100m Butterfly Final with a time of 1:04.98. Touching the wall in a time of 2:09.51 saw Daley win the Silver Medal in the 200m Freestyle Final.

Daley would finish 5th competing in the 400m Freestyle with a time of 4:41.90, she would finish in the same position competing in the 100m Backstroke Final with a time of 1:09.88. Another 5th place finish for Daley came during the 200m Medley Final when she was clocked at 2:29.43.
Thursday, July 05, 2018
Bermuda CCCAN Swimmers Return

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Bermuda’s CCCAN Swimming Championship team arrived back at the LF Wade International Airport.

The team captured 32 medals in total, they were greeted by the Minister of Sports Michael Weeks.

National coach Ben Smith said, “We are really happy these swimmers were able to perform the way they did, it is a true testament of hard work and dedication.”

The main goal was to get to as many finals as possible and on one night we reached 23 finals.”

13 Gold Medals

4x50 Freestyle Mixed 13-14
200 Breaststroke – Sam Williamson
50 Backstroke – Logan Watson-Brown
50 Backstroke – Madelyn Moore
200 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
200 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
50 Butterfly – Madelyn Moore
4x100 Free Girls 13-14
100 Freestyle – Kai Legband
400 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
50 Freestyle – Madelyn Moore
50 Freestyle - Kai Legband
4x100 Medley Boys 13-14

11 Silver Medals

1500 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
4x50 Freestyle - Mixed 15-17
50 Butterfly - Logan Watson-Brown
400 IM - Payton Zelkin
4x100 Freestyle - Boys 13-14
200 IM - Payton Zelkin
50 Breaststroke - Sam Williamson
100 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
100 Freestyle – Madelyn Moore
50 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
200 Backstroke - Logan Watson-Brown

8 Bronze Medals

1500 Freestyle – Adam Young
200 Breaststroke – Giada Dudley-Pun
200 Freestyle – Jesse Washington
50 Breaststroke - Josephine Duerden
100 Freestyle – Jesse Washington
100 Breaststroke – Giada Dudley-Pun
200 Backstroke – Taylor White
200 Backstroke – Jack Harvey

 
 
Wednesday, July 04, 2018
Bermuda Win 32 Medals In Aruba

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From the BASA Pool, to the National Sports Center Pool and beyond, www.islandstats.com can say that it is no surprise that the Bermuda CCCAN Swimming Championship team won a total of 32 Medals.

Being able to watch the youngsters compete in the local pools over the years, we have seen the growth of many.

Today we bring you the breakdown of the 13 Gold, 11 Silver and 8 Bronze Medals won while in Aruba.

13 Gold Medals

4x50 Freestyle Mixed 13-14
200 Breaststroke – Sam Williamson
50 Backstroke – Logan Watson-Brown
50 Backstroke – Madelyn Moore
200 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
200 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
50 Butterfly – Madelyn Moore
4x100 Free Girls 13-14
100 Freestyle – Kai Legband
400 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
50 Freestyle – Madelyn Moore
50 Freestyle - Kai Legband
4x100 Medley Boys 13-14

11 Silver Medals

1500 Freestyle – Brian Desmond
4x50 Freestyle - Mixed 15-17
50 Butterfly - Logan Watson-Brown
400 IM - Payton Zelkin
4x100 Freestyle - Boys 13-14
200 IM - Payton Zelkin
50 Breaststroke - Sam Williamson
100 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
100 Freestyle – Madelyn Moore
50 Freestyle - Logan Watson-Brown
200 Backstroke - Logan Watson-Brown

8 Bronze Medals

1500 Freestyle – Adam Young
200 Breaststroke – Giada Dudley-Pun
200 Freestyle – Jesse Washington
50 Breaststroke - Josephine Duerden
100 Freestyle – Jesse Washington
100 Breaststroke – Giada Dudley-Pun
200 Backstroke – Taylor White
200 Backstroke – Jack Harvey
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
Bermuda Win Nine More Medals on CCCAN Final Day

Boy’s 4x100m Medley Relay Team
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Bermuda’s Medal count finished at 32 after they won a total of Nine Medals on the Final Day of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba.

During the 13-14 Girls 400m Freestyle Taylor White finished 6th in a time of 4:48.81.

Brian Desmond won the 13-14 Boys 400m Freestyle Gold Medal when he touched the wall in a time of 4:18.32, Jack Harvey finished in 8th place clocking 4:35.60.

Skyler Powell finished 7th during the 15-17 Girls 400m Freestyle in 6th place in 4:47.25, while Vanessa Esposito finished in 4th place with a time of 4:35.34 during the Girls 18 & Over 400m Freestyle.

Logan Watson-Brown won the Silver Medal during the 13-14 Girls 50m Freestyle clocking 27.24.

Caleb Ingham finished in 6th place during the 13-14 Boys 50m Freestyle with a time of 25.40.

Madelyn Moore won the 15-17 Girls 50m Freestyle Gold Medal when she was clocked at 25.97.

Kai Legband captured the 15-17 Boys 50m Freestyle Gold Medal when he was clocked at 23.61.

In the 11-12 Girls 100m Breaststroke Giada Dudley-Pun picked up the Bronze Medal with a time of 1:20.41, Josephine Duerden finished in 4th place in 1:21.13.

Sam Williamson would finish 4th during the 13-14 Boy’s 100m Breaststroke in 1:11.01.

During the 13-14 Girls 200m Backstroke Taylor White won the Bronze Medal in a time of 2:33.10.

Logan Watson-Brown won the Silver Medal clocking 2:29.83 competing in the 13-14 Girls 200m Backstroke Final.

Jack Harvey picked up the Bronze Medal competing in the 13-14 Boys 200m Backstroke in a time of 2:18.47, while Adam Young finished in 5th place in 2:19.21 and Brett Smith finished in 7th place in 2:18.68.

Shannon Hassell finished 5th competing in the Girls 18 & Over 200m Backstroke in 2:34.74.

The Bermuda 13-14 Boy’s 4x100m Medley Relay team of Adam Young, Jack Harvey, Brian Desmond and Sam Williamson won the Gold Medal touching the wall in 4:13.65.
Monday, July 02, 2018
Bermuda's Medal Count Increases at CCCAN Championships

Kai Legband on the Podium
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Bermuda’s Medal count has now reached Twenty-three after they won a total of Seven Medals on Day Four of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba.

Jaedyn Judd finished in 8th place competing in the 11-12 Girls 200m IM clocking a time of 2:46.81.

During the 13-14 Girls 200m IM Payton Zelkin won the Silver Medal when she touched the wall in a time of 2:29.77, Taylor White finished 6th in a time of 2:35.07.

Sam Williamson finished 8th during the 13-14 Boys 200m IM when he was clocked at 2:25.85, Skyler Powell finished 7th during the 15-17 Girls 200 IM when she was clocked at 2:34.91 and Vanessa Esposito finished 6th with a time of 2:33.02 during the Girls 18 & Over 200m IM.

In the 11-12 Girls 50m Breaststroke Josephine Duerden won the Bronze Medal when she was clocked at 36.00, Giada Dudley-Pun finished 4th in a time of 36.18.

Zelkin finished 5th during the 13-14 Girls 50m Breaststroke clocking 35.76.

Williamson would win the 13-14 Boy’s 50m Breaststroke Silver Medal touching the wall in a time of 31.54.

Logan Watson-Brown won the Silver Medal during the 13-14 Girls 100m Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 58.82, Gabriela Pitman finished in 6th place clocking 1:02.15.

During the 13-14 Boys 100m Freestyle Final Brian Desmond finished in 6th place with a time of 57.27.

Madelyn Moore won the Silver Medal during the 15-17 Girls 100 Freestyle when she touched the wall in a time of 58.40.

Kai Legband captured the 15-17 Boys 100m Freestyle Gold Medal when he was clocked at 52.28.

During the Girls 18 & Over 100m Freestyle Shannon Hassell finished in 6th place with a time of 1:01.93.

Jesse Washington won the Bronze Medal competing in the Boys 18 & Over 100m Freestyle Final touching the wall in a time of 51.75.

Taylor White finished 4th competing in the 13-14 Girls 200m Butterfly with a time of 2:37.17.

 
 
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