Bermuda’s Jade Hannah just missed out on being named the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships Female Swimmer of the Meet as that honor went to Australia’s Lani Pallister.
Pallister won Individual Gold Medals in the three longest Freestyle events of the meet, the 400 Freestyle (4:05.42), the 800 Freestyle (8:22.49), and the 1500 Freestyle (15:58.85) and she also won a Silver Medal in the 200 Freestyle (1:58.09). Those finishes went along with a Silver in the Women’s 400 Freestyle Relay and 800 Freestyle Relay as a Finals swimmer.
Hannah won Gold in the Women’s 100 (59.63) and 200m (2:09.28) Backstrokes, she also won a Silver Medal in the 50m Backstroke (27.91), and Hannah led off the Canadian Mixed 4 x 100 m Medley Relay team that claimed the Bronze medal with a time of 3:48.20.
Hannah’s time in the Women’s 100m Backstroke earned her a place on the Top 10 Event Performances by FINA Points, she earned 920 points.