St. Maarten Aquatic Federation honors national record holders

St. Maarten Aquatic Federation honors national record holders

COLE BAY—St. Maarten National swim record holders were honored for their performance by the St. Maarten Aquatic Federation during the Kings and Queens Swim meet at the Carib Swim Pool in Colebay Sunday.

The swimmers were awarded certificates for their outstanding achievements in competitive swimming. SMAF’s objective is not only to promote the sport of swimming but also encourage other swimmers to strive in the area of swimming. The swimmers who were awarded for their performance were: Adaya Bourne. She is the record holder for the following swim strokes: 50m butterfly, 100m butterfly, 100 meter freestyle, 100m breaststroke and 200m freestyle; Nigel Fontenelle the record holder for 50m butterfly, 100 backstroke and 50 m Butterfly; Aiyana Bourne the record holder for the 200m breaststroke, 100m backstroke; Nathanieal Labady the record holder for100m freestyle, 50 m breaststroke, and 100 IM; Pepijn Vriezen record holder for 200m breaststroke, 200 meter IM and 400 IM; Mila van Baalen record holder for 25m freestyle and 25m backstroke; Kjeld van Der Meer record holder for 200m freestyle and 100m backstroke; Xam Hartgers record holder for 25m backstroke and 25m butterfly; Tavare Green record holder for 25 meter freestyle; Cleo Boswijk record holder for 25 meter breaststroke; Charlotte Challenger record holder for the 25 meter butterfly; Anais Callen record holder for 50 m freestyle; Nihal Chugani record holder for 100m breaststroke; J’aishaa Jeffers record holder for 50m breaststroke; and Jaylyn Martiens record holder for 50m backstroke.

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