Heyliger & Horton-Perinchief Selected for Pan Am Games
Bermuda’s Margret Heyliger and Katura Horton-Perinchief have been selected to represent Bermuda as officials for the 2019 Pan American Games.
UANA President Dale Neuburger is pleased to announce the names of 130 individuals from across the Americas who have been nominated to serve as the International Technical Officials (ITO's) for the 2019 Pan American Games. The eight members of the UANA Executive Committee will serve as the Jury of Appeal for the competition.
Heyliger has being selected as an official Judge, while Horton-Perinchief is a member of the Diving Technical Committee.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Daley Wins Medals & Breaks Records in Championships
Elijah Daley competed in the 2019 Spring Ontario Youth-Junior Championships winning 2 Medals and breaking 3 Bermuda Boy’s 11-12 Age Group Records.
The Championships took place at the Markham Pan Am Long Course Pool.
Daley would win the 200m Butterfly Silver Medal when he was clocked at 2:26.05, he would shatter his own record time of 2:40.40 he set back on May 14th 2017 during the NYAC Performance Meet in Canada.
Daley would capture the 100m Butterfly Bronze Medal when he touched the wall in a time of 1:05.55, this time would break Jesse Washington’s record time of 1:06.32 he set on April 16th, 2012 during the XXVII Carifta Swimming Championships in Nassau, Bahamas.
Daley would also compete in the 100m Backstroke Final finishing 7th with a time of 1:09.48, breaking Nicolas Brando’s time of 1:11.07 on June 8th 2014 during the Validus Bermuda National Championships at the National Sports Center.
During the Preliminaries, Daley would finish 31st in the 50m Freestyle clocking a time of 28.97, he would finish 30th in the 100m Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 1:03.28.
Daley would finish 25th in the 200m Freestyle clocking a time of 2:17.35, Daley would conclude finishing 21st in the 200m Individual Medley clocking 2:35.80.
Thursday, March 07, 2019
Harvey & Millfield Finish 2nd in National Arena League
Emma Harvey and her Millfield Academy Swimming teammates finished second to Plymouth Leander in the National Arena Swimming League 50th Cup Final in Cardiff.
Harvey would compete in the Women’s Open 100m Butterfly finishing 6th clocking a time of 1:05.25.
Wednesday, March 06, 2019
Washington & Riihiluoma Compete in Championships
Jesse Washington in action
Freshman Jesse Washington and his Southern Methodist University (SMU) Men's Swimming and Diving teammates concluded competing in the 2019 American Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championships.
Washington would finish the Men’s 100 Yard Freestyle Preliminaries in 14th place touching the wall in a time of 45.62 to advance to the B – Final.
In the B – Final, Washington would finish 6th and 14th overall with a time of 45.89.
Allie Riihiluoma and her Trinity College School’s Senior School Swimming teammates competed in the OFSAA Provincial Championships.
Riihiluoma swam the anchor leg for the Trinity College Girls 14 & Under 200 SC Meter Medley Relay Junior High School Team that recorded the fastest Preliminary time of 2:23.17.
During the Girls 14 & Under 200 SC Meter Medley Relay Junior High School A – Final, Riihiluoma swam the anchor leg helping Trinity College win the Gold Medal with a time of 2:22.44.
Tuesday, March 05, 2019
Daley Breaks Another Record in Ontario Championships
Elan Daley continued competing in the 2019 Spring Ontario Swimming Championships, she would add two more Gold Medals to her total to make it 4 Gold Medals thus far and she broke another Bermuda Age Group Record.
During the Girls 14 & Under 100 LC Meter Freestyle A – Final, Daley would clock a Gold Medal time of 57.51, breaking Logan Watson-Brown’s time of 59.33 set back on May 18th, 2016 during the Validus National Championships at the National Sports Center.
Daley would lead off the Etobicoke Swim Club Women’s 15 & Under 400 LC Meter Freestyle Relay team that won the Gold Medal in a time of 3:57.78.