Mojdeh breaks junior national record; makes seniors ranking cut


2019 NATIONAL RANKING UPDATE : Full results of the 152nd PSL Year Starter Challenge held at Vermosa Sports Club in Imus, Cavite, Philippines last January 26, 2019 has been included in our Season 2019 Philippine Swimming National Ranking.

Delivering a spectacular performance at the said meet is twelve year-old Jasmine Mojdeh who broke the 200m Butterfly 13 & Under Philippine junior national record of 2:26.13 set by Regina Maria Paz Castrillo at the Speedo G-League NCR Leg 1 five years ago.

Mojdeh, who is turning 13 years-old this year, clocked an eye-popping 2:22.25 in the 200m Butterfly event, almost four seconds faster than the current junior record.

Her time has also eclipsed the 2:33.02 cut of the seniors national ranking of the said event, thus earning her a spot at the ranking.

She also made an appearance in the 100m Fly, 100m Breast and 200m Breast seniors national rankings with her times of 1:04.71, 1:19.50 and 2:52.70 respectively.

Apart from her four seniors national rankings cut, she 2:34.12 time in the 200m IM event has landed her a spot in the 13 & Under Junior Rankings.

Also making a splash at the 152nd PSL Swim Series were Marc Bryan Dula and Shaina Andal.

Dula, who is yet to turn twelve this year, made a junior ranking appearance at the 100m Back and 100m Fly rankings after clocking 1:11.41 and 1:07.78 respectively; while Andal makes the cut in the 14-15 Age Group Ranking of the 200m Breast event with her 3:10.10 time.

CLICK HERE to view the updated Season 2019 Philippine Swimming Rankings.

NOTE : For the information of everybody, only swimmers who are registered members of the local organization (PSI) affiliated with FINA can officially break national and world records. But starting Season 2019, PinoySwimming dot Com has decided to acknowledge new records set by non-PSI members, but are based locally, as long as the new record time is clocked at PSI run meets like Palarong Pambansa, Batang Pinoy and Philippine National Games, as well as at the UAAP and NCAA Championships. This is our way of recognizing the breakthrough performance of all locally groomed swimmers. But please be it known that our PH Swimming National Record Archive is not the OFFICIAL Philippine Swimming Records.

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