Twelve year old breaks age record of 1996

Tuesday, February 9, 2010, 12:33

Swimmer Amy Micallef of Neptunes managed to break the first age group record for 2010 during the swimming time-trials organized by the ASA Swim Board. The trials were held at the National Pool tal-Qroqq on Saturday 6 February 2010.

Micallef who is only 12 years old set two breastroke records in the “B” Age Group when she swam 50m and 100m breastroke in 39.26 and  1.25.55 respectively.  The records were held by Ruth Flores Martin since 1996 when her timings were 39.36 and 1.28.45.

The clubs of IASIS, Neptunes, Sliema, Sirens and Birkirkara St Joseph participated in these races. The next commitment for the ASA Squad will be participation in the swim meet in Lyons France between the 4 and March 2010.

Young swimmer Amy Micallef with Neptunes Coach Gail Rizzo

Young swimmer Amy Micallef with Neptunes Coach Gail Rizzo





Leave a comment