Home / Sports / Abaco Swim Club Continues Win Streak
Abaco Swim Club travelled to the Barracuda Atlantic Medical invitational swim meet February 27-28 in Nassau.

Abaco Swim Club Continues Win Streak

Above: ASC’s Brayden Dam (center)won the High Point Trophy in his Age Group.
Above: ASC’s Brayden Dam (center)won the High Point Trophy in his Age Group.

Abaco Swim Club travelled to the Barracuda Atlantic Medical invitational swim meet February 27-28 in Nassau.

The team continued their winning streak with Brayden Dam winning high point Trophy in his 9-10 age group. Other highlights were Roman Pinder, with many personal bests, and Jewel Pinder adding to her CARIFTA cuts with a 400 free time of 5:12.10.

The team gets set to travel March 13 to Nassau for the BSF last chance meet. The group of thirteen swimmers are looking forward to this meet followed by the BSF awards banquet.

This is an exciting meet as our very own Olympians, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace and Verance Burrows, along with US Olympians Cullen Jones and Ryan Lochte will be in attendance.

What Do You Think?

comments

About Press Release

Check Also

Judo Club Recognizes Outstanding Judokas

The Abaco Judo Club held their annual promotions on October 7, giving special recognition to Desmond Bootle Jr. for attaining his black belt and naming the Most Improved and Most Outstanding Judoka for the year.

Leave a Reply