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On Thursday June 20, the Abaco Swim Club swimmers along with their coaches, family and friends travelled to Nassau to participate in the 42nd RBC Bahamas National Swimming Championships. The team consisted of twenty-two excited and prepared young swimmers ranging in ages from 5 to 14 years old.

Abaco Swim Club’s success at Nationals a group effort- A closer look

On Thursday June 20, the Abaco Swim Club swimmers along with their coaches, family and friends travelled to Nassau to participate in the 42nd RBC Bahamas National Swimming Championships. The team consisted of twenty-two excited and prepared young swimmers ranging in ages from 5 to 14 years old.

 

Some of the club’s newest and youngest swimmers this year are:

 

Addison Albury, only 6 years old, successfully swam 50 free, 50 back, 200 free, 100 free and 50 Breast.

 

The club’s newest swimmer, six year old Meredith Knowles, successfully swam 50 Free and 50 Back.

 

Ryan Knowles successfully swam 100 back, 100 fly, 50 fly and 100 Breast & earned the Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award.

 

Nicholos Hull, who has only been swimming for six months, successfully swam the 50 Breast, 100 Back 100 Free, 50 Back and 50 Free.

 

Susett Pinder, only swimming for 10 months, successfully swam 200 IM, 200 Free, 50 Breast, 100 Fly, 100 Free, 50 Fly 100 Breast, 50 Back, and 50 Free and earned the Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award.

 

Roman Pinder successfully swam 200 IM, 200 Free, 50 Breast, 100 Free, 50 Fly 100 Breast, 50 Back, and 50 Free and earned the Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award.

 

The Club is expecting a lot more from our young swimmers next year.

 

Abaco Swim Club finished 6th overall, phenomenal for the small club.

 

The full results for the club are as follows:

  • 8 & Under Girls relay team: 2 silver medals 200 Free / 200 IM Relay

Paxton Albury, Kiana Hicks, Carys Pinder, Emily Sims

 

  • 8 & Under Boys Relay Team: 2 Gold Medals 200 free Relay / 200 IM Relay

Carter Albury, Noah Albury, Brayden Dam, Maddox Pinder,

 

  • Girls 9/10 Relays 3-Silver Medals 200 free Relay / 200 IM Relay/400 Free Relay

Taylor Albury, Taryn Carroll, Mackenzie Dam, Jewel Pinder

 

  • Girls 8 & Under Swimmers Results

Paxton Albury:

2 Sivler relay Medals, Individual Ribbons: 4th 50 M Back, 6th 50 M freestyle, 7th 100 M Free, 6th 200 M Free, 8th 200 M IM

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Carys Pinder:

2 Silver relay Medals 200 Free & 200 IM relays, 3rd Place Bronze Medal 200 Free, 5th Place 50 Breast, 6th place 200 IM, 6th place 100 Free, 9th Place 50 Fly, 9th Place 50 Free,

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Kiana Hicks:

2 Silver relay Medals 200 Free & 200 IM relays, 8th Place 200 IM, 8th Place 200 Free, 8th Place 50 back, 9th Place 100 Free, 10th Place 50 Fly, 11th Place 50 Free, 12th Place 50 Breast

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Emily Sims:

2 Silver relay Medals 200 Free & 200 IM relays, 8th Place 50 Fly, 9th Place 200 Free, 10th Place 200 IM, 10th Place 100 Free,

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

  • Boys 8 & Under Swimmers Results

 

Noah Albury:

2 Gold Relay Medals 200 Free & 200 Im Relays

Individual Ribbons:4th in 50 fly, 6th in the 200 IM, 7th in 200 free, 8th 50 back

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Carter Albury:

2 Gold Relay Medals 200 Free & 200 Im Relays

4 place on back stroke, 7 place 100 free style , 7 place 50 mt free style, 8 place on 200 mt free style, 8 place on 200 IM , 10 place on 50 breast , 10 place on 50 butterfly

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Brayden Dam:

2 Gold Relay Medals 200 Free & 200 Im Relays

Gold 50 meter breaststroke

Silver 50 meter backstroke

Silver 200 IM

Bronze 50 fly

Bronze 50 free

Bronze 100 free

Bronze 200 free

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Maddox Pinder:

2 Gold Relay Medals 200 Free & 200 IM Relays

7th Place 50 back, 8th Place50 fly ,9th Place 200 im,

9th Place 200 free, 13th Place 100 free, 14th Place 50 breast, 15th Place 50 free

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

  • Girls 9-10 Swimmers Results

Taylor Albury:

3 Silver Relay Medals 200 Free/200 IM/ 400 Free Relays

Individual Ribbons: 6th in 100 free, 8th in 200 free, 8th 50 Back, 8th 100 breast

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Mackenzie Dam:

1st Place Gold 100 meter butterfly

2nd Place Silver Medal 50 meter fly

Silver Relay Medals 200 Free/200 IM/ 400 Free Relays

3rd Place Bronze Medal 50 meter backstroke 

3rd Place Bronze Medal 100 meter backstroke 

The three silver relay medals you already have. 

4th place ribbon:100 free, 200 free, 200 IM

7th place ribbon:50 meter breaststroke , 100 meter breaststroke 

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Jewel Pinder:

50 Back 1st Place Gold Medal 100 back 2nd Silver Medal

Silver Relay Medals 200 Free/200 IM/ 400 Free Relays

200 Im 3rd Bronze Medal,200 free 3rd Bronze Medal,

100 free 3rd Bronze Medal,50 breast 3rd Bronze Medal,

50 free 3rd Bronze Medal, 100 breast 5th, 50 fly 8th

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Taryn Carroll:

Silver Relay Medals 200 Free/200 IM/ 400 Free Relays

9th place 50 Breast, 11th place 100 Breast,

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

  • Girls 11-12

Kate Sims:

12th Place 400 Free, successfully swam 200 Free, 100 Back, 100 Free, 50 free

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

  • Girls 13-14

Christina Pyfrom:

3rd Place Bronze Medal 800 Free, 4th Place 100 Back, 8th Place, 200 free, 50 Fly, 400 Free, 50 Back

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

  • Boys 13-14

Jacob Hull:

10th 200 IM, 8th 200 Free, 6th 100 Back, 7th 50 Breast, 5th 100 Free, 7th 100 Breast, 9th 200 Breast, 9th 50 Fly, 7th 100 Breast, 5th 50 Back, 6th 50 Free

Academic All Bahamas Swim Team Award

 

Joshua Wong:
100 breast – 3rd Bronze Medal (Carifta qualifying time)
200 breast – 5th Place

 

 

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