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Saturday, January 20, 2018
Bermuda continue Competing in Florida
The inaugural UANA (Union Americana de Natacion) Swimming Cup continued in Florida with Bermuda Swimmers taking to the Pool.

Skyler Powell finished 9th competing in the 15-17 Girls 400 LC Meter IM clocking a time of 5:34.42.

During the 13-14 Girls 100 LC Meter Butterfly Logan Watson-Brown finished 7th touching the wall in a Personal Best time of 1:08.43, while Taylor White finished 17th with a time of 1:11.40.

Sam Williamson finished 22nd during the 13-14 Boys 100 LC Meter Butterfly clocking a time of 1:06.83.

With a time of 2:11.10 Watson-Brown finished the 13-14 Girls 200 LC Meter Freestyle in 5th place, White finished 18th stopping the clock in a Personal Best time of 2:18.99 and Gabriela Pitman finished 22nd with a time of 2:20.91.

Brian Desmond clocked a Personal Best time of 2:03.75 to finish the 13-14 Boys 200 LC Meter Freestyle in 6th place, jack Harvey finished 20th with a time of 2:12.05 and Williamson finished 23rd stopping the clock in a time of 2:13.95.

During the 15-17 Girls 200 LC Meter Freestyle, Skyler Powell finished 19th clocking a time of 2:18.58, while Ashley Irby finished 23rd with a time of 2:21.09.

Williamson finished 4th during the 13-14 Boys 50 LC Meter Breaststroke touching the wall in a time of 31.95.

Watson-Brown was clocked at 1:11.22 finishing 8th in the 13-14 Girls 100 LC Meter Backstroke, while White finished 14th clocking a time of 1:14.17 and Pitman finished 18th touching the wall in a time of 1:16.81.

Harvey was clocked at 1:06.25 to finish the 13-14 Boys 100 LC Meter Backstroke in 9th place, while Desmond was 14th with a time of 1:08.03.

During the 15-17 Girls 100 LC Meter Backstroke Powell finished 26th with a Personal Best time of 1:14.26 and Irby finished 31st clocking a time of 1:17.82.
Friday, January 19, 2018
Bermuda Swimmers Begin Competing In Florida

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The inaugural UANA (Union Americana de Natacion) Swimming Cup got underway in Florida with Bermuda Swimmers taking to the Pool.

Logan Watson-Brown finished 11th competing in the 13-14 Girls 400 LC Meter Freestyle, she touched the wall in a time of 4:54.29, Taylor White was 12th clocking a time of 4:55.99 and Gabriela Pitman finished 17th with a time 5:04.51.

During the 15-17 Girls 400 LC Meter Freestyle Skyler Powell finished 15th she was clocked at 4:50.70, while Ashley Irby finished 19th with a time of 5:03.56.

Brian Desmond clocked a time of 4:29.25 on his way to finishing 9th in the 13-14 Boys 400 LC Meter Freestyle, Jack Harvey finished 22nd stopping the clock in a time of 4:43.85 and Caleb Ingham finished 30th clocking a time 5:10.88.

Sam Williamson finished 12th competing in the 13-14 Boys 200 LC Meter IM, touching the wall in a time of 2:24.45.

Powell would clock a Personal Best time of 2:36.60 15-17 Girls 200 LC Meter IM on her way to finishing 21st.

Watson-Brown just missed out on a podium spot when she finished 4th in the 13-14 Girls 50 LC Meter Freestyle clocking 27.80, while Pitman finished 16th with a time of 29.32.

Four Bermuda Boys competed in the 13-14 50 LC Meter Freestyle, Williamson finished 22nd with a time of 26.99, Desmond was 27th clocking 27.42, finishing 31st was Ingham who recorded a time of 27.64 and Harvey was clocked at 28.63 on his way to finishing 37th.

Irby finished the 15-17 Girls 50 LC Meter Freestyle in 22nd clocking a time of 29.07, while Powell finished 37th clocking 30.15.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
Bermuda Swimmers Named for Florida Meet
Back on January 4th www.islandstats.com reported that Bermuda will be represented at the inaugural UANA (Union Americana de Natacion) Swimming Cup.

Today we can report the nine swimmers who will represent Bermuda that include Ashley Irby, Gabriela Pitman, Skyler Powell, Logan Watson-Brown, Taylor White, Brian Desmond, Jack Harvey, Caleb Ingham and Sam Williamson.


The Championship which takes place from January 19th – 21st in Coral Springs, Florida will include countries from North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.

The competition is expected to be very high and very good, as many of these countries won't be going to the Commonwealth Games.

Bermuda swimmers rarely get to compete against most of these South and Central American countries and it will offer the opportunity for the swimmers and coaches to interact with their peers from other nations.

The competitors will be divided into three Age Group Categories - 11-12, 13-14, and 15-17.
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Two Meet Carifta Qualifying Standard Times

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The Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association hosted a Long Course Qualifying Meet at the National Sports Center, with two athletes meeting the Carifta Qualifying Standard.

Skyler Powell met the Qualifying Standard during the Women’s 15 & Over 100 LC Meter Freestyle when she touched the wall in 1:02.23, while Jack Harvey met the Qualifying Standard for the 13-14 Boys 100 LC Meter Backstroke on his way to a winning time 1:06.14.

Girls 10 & Under 100 LC Meter Freestyle

1:17.67 Marleigh Howes


Event 1 Girls 11-12 100 LC Meter Freestyle

1:10.70 Bella Howes

1:11.37 Giada Dudley-Pun

Event 1 Girls 13-14 100 LC Meter Freestyle

1:06.65 Lindsay Scherer

1:07.07 Alyson Scherer
1:08.18 Emma Kittleson
1:08.22 Jaedyn Judd
1:09.04 Tayla Horan
1:11.26 Mia Ferguson
1:14.55 Ashley Moore

Event 1 Women 15 & Over 100 LC Meter Freestyle

1:02.23 Skyler Powell


Event 1 Boys 11-12 100 LC Meter Freestyle

1:10.33 Daniel Kunst

1:11.80 Brandon Adkins

Event 1 Men 15 & Over 100 LC Meter Freestyle

0:52.18 Jesse Washington

0:59.39 Keagan Woolley
1:00.59 Joshua Thorne
1:04.23 Ross Cooper
1:05.76 Jak Froud
1:08.39 Evan Farrow

Event 4 Girls 13-14 100 LC Meter Butterfly

1:13.93 Taylor White

1:16.45 Gabriela Pitman
1:16.46 Logan Watson-Brown

Event 4 Boys 13-14 100 LC Meter Butterfly

1:06.24 Sam Williamson


Event 4 Men 15 & Over 100 LC Meter Butterfly

1:15.80 Joshua Thorne


Event 7 Girls 10 & Under 50 LC Meter Breaststroke

55.65 Sarah Moore


Event 7 Men 15 & Over 50 LC Meter Breaststroke

33.50 Keagan Woolley


Event 8 Girls 13-14 100 LC Meter Backstroke

1:14.77 Logan Watson-Brown


Event 8 Boys 11-12 100 LC Meter Backstroke

1:28.17 Jared Moore

1:31.06 Daniel Kunst

Event 8 Boys 13-14 100 LC Meter Backstroke

1:06.14 Jack Harvey

1:09.78 Brian Desmond
1:15.43 Sam Williamson

Event 10 Girls 10 & Under 400 LC Meter Freestyle

5:33.93 Imojen Judd


Event 10 Girls 13-14 400 LC Meter Freestyle

5:03.42 Taylor White


Event 12 Girls 11-12 100 LC Meter Breaststroke

1:38.37 Myeisha Sharrieff

1:39.07 Daria Desmond

Event 12 Girls 13-14 100 LC Meter Breaststroke

1:35.27 Tayla Horan


Event 14 Girls 10 & Under 50 LC Meter Butterfly

40.86 Dana Hawitt


Event 14 Girls 11-12 50 LC Meter Butterfly

34.89 Pippa Charleson

35.65 Giada Dudley-Pun
37.02 Josephine Duerden

Event 14 Girls 13-14 50 LC Meter Butterfly

34.57 Alyson Scherer

37.21 Lindsay Scherer

Event 14 Women 15 & Over 50 LC Meter Butterfly

32.76 Skyler Powell


Event 14 Boys 11-12 50 LC Meter Butterfly

37.67 Jared Moore

38.62 Brandon Adkins

Event 14 Boys 13-14 50 LC Meter Butterfly

30.98 Caleb Ingham


Event 15 Girls 13-14 200 LC Meter IM

2:44.91 Taylor White

2:45.76 Logan Watson-Brown
2:51.68 Gabriela Pitman
2:58.95 Jaedyn Judd

Event 15 Boys 13-14 200 LC Meter IM

2:34.83 Sam Williamson


Event 16 Girls 10 & Under 50 LC Meter Freestyle

33.43 Imojen Judd

35.45 Marleigh Howes
37.40 Dana Hawitt
44.51 Sarah Moore

Event 16 Girls 11-12 50 LC Meter Freestyle

31.93 Giada Dudley-Pun

32.19 Pippa Charleson
32.44 Bella Howes
33.02 Josephine Duerden
33.44 Myeisha Sharrieff
34.55 Natalie Gazzard
35.41 Daria Desmond

Men 15 & Over 50 LC Meter Freestyle

23.79 Jesse Washington

26.26 Evan Farrow
27.21 Keagan Woolley
28.00 Joshua Thorne
28.44 Ross Cooper
29.26 Jak Froud

 
 
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Smith Talks Warwick Academy Swimming Programme

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Swimmers at Warwick Academy over the last few months have seen their times and performances improve dramatically, Ben Smith the director of pilot programme at Warwick Academy talked to www.islandstats.com about the thriving programme ability.

Recently www.islandstats.com has been reporting swimmers have recorded Personal Best times and also breaking Records, something that can be attributed to the programme.

 
 
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