Senior Swimmers Stroke Their Way to CMAC Three-peat

On 11th October, Prem hosted the CMAC Senior Swim Meet with teams from GIS, LIST, NIS, APIS and Prem competing. For the third year running, Prem were crowned overall team champions. Our swimmers set many new personal best times, won individual medals and competed with resilience and great team spirit.
Congratulations to Sammy in grade 10, who was crowned age group champion in the over 16 category, winning all four of her individual events.
Grade 9 student Fast also won all of his races and the age group trophy for the 14-15 category. Fast broke a CMAC record in the 100m freestyle and broke three Prem records for 50m backstroke, 50m butterfly and 100m freestyle.
Grade 11 students, Catherine and Kenny also finished second and third place in their respective age groups.
The swim programme in the Senior School continues to show strength and we look forward to more success next season. Congratulations Panthers!

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