Swimming at JC is on the rise
Some of our swimmers competed this summer with promising results.
Carifta – Triathlon
Gold medal – age group 16-19 in Aquathalon event. A true Collegeman
2 relay record breaking gold medals. Individual bronze with a time that also dipped below the meet record
Individual & relay medals with multiple PBs
CCCAN – (Central American & Caribbean Championships)
Relay medalist & multi-finalist
Howard (LJ) Wallace
2022 – Goodwill Games – Age group champion with multi-medalist
Summer Florida meet
Multi-medalist and awesome PBs. The best is yet to come
Summer Florida meet
Medaled in breast stroke – his favorite stroke and had PBs in other events.
A champion swimmer for JC
Rhys Hunter – 2 times representing Jamaica
2019 – Goodwill – multi-medal winner
Carifta – relay silver medalist
Summer Florida meet – multi-medalist. A real asset to JC swim team
Christian Hall – learned to swim in July 2022, and is now a gifted swimmer.
Summer Florida meet – swam remarkable PBs for all races.
Outstanding – JC welcomes you
In the last academic year, twice JC swim team finished 3rd and once 4th, with a small team. What a force to reckon with as we grow
JC welcomes all swimmers to join our team. WhatsApp # 876-872-7030
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ZACK-ANDRE JOHNSON AND KIA ALERT EARN RECORD-BREAKING TIMES AT NEVILLE MEMORIAL MEET. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR very own Collegeman, Zack-Andre.
Zack-Andre Johnson and Kia Alert were among the record breakers at the 3-day Neville Alexander Memorial Swim meet which ended at the Stadium pool, on Sunday.
Johnson broke the 13-14 boys 100 and 200-metres backstroke record, while Alert rewrote the record for the 100-metres breaststroke.
Johnson, who competes for Speedos won the 100-metres backstroke in 1-minute-04-point40 seconds erasing the previous mark of 1-minute-05-55 seconds set by Nathaniel Thomas in 2019.His winning time in the 200-metres breaststroke was 2-minutes-19-point-29 seconds bettering the previous mark of 2-minutes-19-point-60 second by Timothy Wynter in 2011.
Johnson says breaking the records is a confidence booster heading into CC-CAN, next month.
Posted by Alrick Swaby | 1 May, 2023 on Nationwide
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