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Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Daley's Conclude Age Group International Championships

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Elan and Elijah Daley took to the Etobicoke Olympium Pool to compete for the final time in the Age Group International Short Course Championships in Canada.

Elan Daley competing in the 13-14 Girls Age Group Division broke yet another Bermuda Record on her way to winning the Gold Medal in the 100m Backstroke.

Daley touched the wall in a time of 1:03.63, which broke the previous record time of 1:05.11 set be Emma Harvey back on February 6th 2016 during the Somerset County Championships in the UK.

Daley also captured the Gold Medal in the 100m Breaststroke final clocking a time of 1:15.99.

Daley closed out with a time of 2:22.38 during the 400m Medley final that saw her finish 4th.

Elijah Daley finished 5th competing in the 13-14 Boy’s 200m Backstroke final clocking a time of 2:18.45. He would also finish 5th competing in the 200m Breaststroke final touching the wall in a time of 2:37.51.

Daley would close out picking up the Bronze Medal during the 400m Medley, he touched the wall in a time of 4:51.54.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Daley's Back in Medal Action in Canada

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Elan and Elijah Daley on Day Two took to the Etobicoke Olympium Pool to compete in the Age Group International Short Course Championships in Canada.

Elan Daley was competing in the 13-14 Girls Age Group and she would break the 100m Freestyle record of 57.49 held by Madelyn Moore set back on March 21st, 2015 when she clocked the fastest Preliminary time of 56.19.

Daley would go even faster in the 100m Freestyle Final clocking a Gold Medal time of 55.23.

Daley would capture the Bronze Medal competing in the 400m Freestyle when she was clocked in a time of 4:25.21.

Daley would capture the Gold Medal during the 100m Breaststroke with a time of 1:15.99, but it during the Preliminaries that she broke Jennifer Smatt’s 30 year old record of 1:15.09, when she was clocked in 1:14.35.

Elijah Daley finished 5th during the Boy’s 13-14 Age Group Division 400m Freestyle clocking a time of 4:22.61, he would finish 5th in the 200m Breaststroke final with a time of 2:37.51.

Daley did pick up a Medal on the day when he touched the wall in a time of 2:18.47 to finish third in the 200m Medley, the Medal was his third Bronze of the event.
Monday, November 11, 2019
Daley's Break Records in Age Group Championships

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Elan and Elijah Daley took to the Etobicoke Olympium Pool to compete in the Age Group International Short Course Championships.

On Day One the pair broke records and won Medals.

Elan Daley broke a record and picked up 2 Gold Medals during the day competing in the 13-14 Girls Age Group Division.

Daley broke the 200m Freestyle record of 2:07.07 that was set by Logan Watson-Brown back on March 17th 2018, when she was clocked at 2:00.31 during the Preliminaries. Daley would then break that record when she touched the wall in a time of 2:00.09 during the Final picking up the Gold Medal.

Daley would also capture the Gold Medal during the 50m Freestyle Final clocking a time of 25.73, Daley finished 4th in the 100m Butterfly Final clocking 1:03.99.

Elijah Daley competing in the 13-14 Boy’s Age Group broke the 200m Butterfly Record of 2:19.18 set by Jesse Washington back on December 1st 2013, when he touched the wall in a time of 2:18.47 during the Preliminaries, he would then break his own record during the 200m Butterfly Final when he was clocked in a time of 2:14.90 finishing in third.

Daley clocked a time of 56.84 to finish 5th in the 100m Freestyle Final, and he would finish 4th during the 200m Freestyle Final clocking 2:03.60.

Daley would pick up his second Bronze Medal of the meet when he finished 3rd during the 100m Butterfly Final with a time of 1:01.59.
Saturday, November 09, 2019
BASA Host Winter Meet 2019

Myeisha Sharrieff
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The Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association hosted their Winter Meet 2019 at the BASA Pool.

Imojen Judd won the 11-12 Girls 50 Short Course Meter Backstroke clocking a Personal Best time of 32.50, Ava Pedro was second in 39.16 and Marleigh Howes was third in 39.27.

The 13-14 Girls 50 Short Course Meter Backstroke was won by Myeisha Sharrieff who touched the wall in a time of 31.70, Jaedyn Judd was second in 32.84 and Bella Howes finished third clocking 35.80.

During the Women’s 15 & Over 50 SC Meter Backstroke Tayla Horan clocked a Personal Best winning time of 35.63.

Nathan Burrill won the 11-12 Boys 200 Short Course Meter Freestyle clocking a Personal Best time of 2:45.77, Tyler Coleman was second in 2:59.29 and Samuel Alfrey finished third with a time of 3:07.00.

During the 13-14 Boys 200 Short Course Meter Freestyle Harlan Watson-Brown clocked a Personal Best winning time of 2:21.24, Joseph Vallis was second in a time of 2:29.67 and Daniel Kunst was third touching the wall in a time of 2:31.31.

Brian Desmond won the Men’s 15 & Over 200 Short Course Meter Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 2:03.15, Adriano Rymon-Lipinski was second in 2:31.90.

Click Here to see the Full 2019 BASA Winter Meet Results

Tuesday, November 05, 2019
Harbour Gold Swimmers Compete in Memorial Cup

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Members of the Harbour Gold Squad completed competition at the Gus Ryder SC Invitational Memorial Cup in Ontario, Canada.

The team members included Alyson Scherer, Finn Moseley, Emma Kittleson, Lindsay Scherer, Josephine Duerden, Myeisha Sharrieff, Brandon Adkins, Giada Dudley-Pun, Caitlin Coleman and Thomas Cechini.

Fifty-One Personal Bests in 69 races were achieved by the team following an intense training camp with Nike Peak Performance in Bermuda.

Sharrieff dropped an impressive 42.39 seconds throughout the weekend, while Coleman and Moseley achieved Personal Bests across all seven events.

‘The swimmers produced outstanding results whilst demonstrating great team spirit to round off a valuable week of mental and physical preparation,’ commented Shona Palmer, Harbour Head Coach. ‘Having achieved numerous substantial personal best times this early in the season positions them well for the season ahead.’

Harbour swept the 13-14 Girls 50M Breaststroke as Duerden won Gold, Sharrieff Silver and Dudley-Pun Bronze.

In addition to this the team brought home 39 Medals and four High Point Trophies.

Scherer, Moseley, Adkins and Cechini each captured Age Group Titles on the weekend.
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