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SWIMMING 2023-2024

Swimming at JC is on the rise

The team did a great job representing us well on March 15, 2024.

Third place finish scoring 299 points up from 220 points last year. 

We would also like to thank all those who volunteered for time keeping duty.  Your efforts were greatly appreciated. 

Individual results have not yet been published.

The Swim Team needs your support. 

Come out on Friday March 1 and Saturday March 2, 2024 at the National Aquatic Centre (NAC), Stadium Pool for the ASAJ High Schools & Tertiary Institutions Swimming Championships.

Some of our swimmers competed this summer with promising results.

6th former
Israel Allen
Carifta – Triathlon
Gold medal  – age group 16-19 in Aquathalon event. A true Collegeman

4th formers
Marly Hessing
Goodwill Games
2 relay record breaking gold medals. Individual bronze with a time that also dipped below the meet record

Zack-Andre Johnson
Carifta Games
Individual & relay medals with multiple PBs
CCCAN – (Central American & Caribbean Championships)
Relay medalist & multi-finalist

3rd former
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

2nd formers
Kristof Chambers
Summer Florida meet
Medaled in breast stroke – his favorite stroke and had PBs in other events.
A champion swimmer for JC

1st formers
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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SWIMMING 2022-2023


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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