Four new records on the 2nd day of the ASA 17th Easter International Swim Meet

Saturday, April 10, 2010, 6:16

One National Record and three Age Group D records were broken by the swimmers of the ASA National Team under the guidance of national coach Andy Colbourn during the second day of the ASA 17th Easter International Swim Meet.

In the 200m breaststroke race, Andrea Agius clocked 2.32.06 to improve on his own National Record of 2.32.66. In the same race, Daniel Galea also continued to improve his own Age Group D record when he clocked 2.32.72 lowering further his previous timing of 2.34.81.

The record breakers: Nikki Muscat, Andrea Agius, Mark Sammut, Daniel Galea, Andy Colburn (National Coach)

Following the record he broke yesterday, Mark Sammut added another Age Group D record during this international meet when he swam the 200 m free in 2.00.40 to erase the record set by Kyle Scerri set in Spain in 2005 which was 2.01.78.

Finally Nikki Muscat, again in Age Group D level, improved on her own 50m backstroke record when she clocked 31.91, to improve on her previous timing of 32.08.

Today, Saturday 10 April, is the last day of this international meet with a session in the morning and another in the afternoon.

The ASA would like to thank the MOC and KMS for offering the facilities of the National Pool and the gym for the ASA National Swimming Team.

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