Tandingan resets own junior record in Budapest

Fifteen year-old Jeremiah Tandingan, the country’s top 14-15 age-group swimmer, has successfully reset her 100m Freestyle 14-15 Girls Philippine junior national record at the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary Wednesday afternoon.

Tandingan clocked 58.49 in the 100m Freestyle preliminary to reset her 58.90 record which she clocked at the 43rd SEA Age Group Swimming Championships in Cambodia last June. She finished 52nd among 111 top junior swimmers from around the globe.

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Jerard Jacinto erases Ryan Papa’s 22-year-old national record

Homegrown talent Jerard Dominic Jacinto erased legendary Ryan Papa’s 22-year-old Philippine national record in the Men’s 100m Backstroke event at the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, Tuesday afternoon.

Seeing action in the final heat of the 100m Back prelims, Jacinto confidently took his ground against top junior swimmers around the world to clock a new national record time of 56.27, breaking Papa’s 56.48 national record which was set at the 19th SEA Games in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1997.

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Philippine tankers kick-off Junior World Championships campaign today

Philippine tankers kick-of their campaign today at the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary from August 20 to 25, 2019.

This year’s team is perhaps the strongest team that has been assembled in the junior world stage; with members composed of Philippine Swimming Senior national record holders, junior national record holders and top swimmers in their respective events.

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PSI releases 10th Asian Age Group Championships qualifying guidelines

Philippine Swimming Incorporated (PSI) has released the qualifying and team selection guidelines of the 10th Asian Age Group Swimming Championships in Bengaluru, Bangalore, India this September 24-27, 2019

Qualifying Times are the third place times (Bronze Medal Times) of the previous edition of the games; and only swimmers who have hit the Qualifying Times will be eligible for Team Selection.

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Alkhaldi resets 50m Freestyle national record anew

Two time Olympian Jasmine Alkhaldi reset her Women’s 50m Freestyle Philippine national record anew at the evening finals of the 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup in Singapore, Thursday evening.

Fresh from resetting the said record to 25.66 at the Hong Kong Open last week, the Queen of Philippine Swimming clocked a new record time of 25.64 and placed 7th overall among 60 swimmers from all over the world.

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Olson equals Ryan Papa’s 100m Back record; resets 50m Back swim record

Seventeen year-old Jaden Christian Olson equaled Ryan Papa’s Men’s 100m Backstroke national record and reset Jerald Jacinto’s 50m Backstroke record at the recently concluded NCSA Summer Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, USA.

Last Wednesday, Junior World Championships bound Olson took the silver medal of the Boys 100m Backstroke event with a time of 56.48, equaling the Philippine Swimming National record set by legendary Ryan Papa which was clocked 22 years ago at the 19th Southeast Asian Games in Jakarta Indonesia in 1997.

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Mojdeh steals show; snatches gold in Hong Kong Open

Thirteen year-old Philippine junior swim sensation stole the show on Sunday afternoon after snatching the gold medal of the Women’s 200m Butterfly event at the Hong Kong Open Swimming Championships in Victoria Park Swimming Pool.

Swimming against much older swimmers in the Open Championships, the top seeded Mojdeh showed maturity and fearlessness in the afternoon finals to reign supreme in the 200m Fly event with a gold medal time of 2:20.01

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Alkhaldi bags silver; resets 50m Free national record in Hong Kong Open

Two time Olympian Jasmine Alkhaldi bagged the silver medal of the Women’s 50m Freestyle event and reset her national record at the Hong Kong Open Swimming Championships 2019, yesterday afternoon.

Seeded second going to the 50m Free afternoon finals with a prelims time of 25.86, the Queen of Philippine swimming lived-up to her seeding and propelled her way to a new Philippine national record time of 25.66 to take the silver.

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Hatch and Khouzam set 100m Fly Philippine Swim Records at US Nationals

Philippine’s Jarod Hatch and Jean-Pierre Khouzam reset the 100m Butterfly national swim records on the third day of the 2019 Phillips 66 US National Championships in California, USA Friday night.

Twenty-one year old Hatch set a new 100m Fly seniors national record of 53.91, resetting his previous record of 54.36 clocked last June at the Santa Clara International meet.

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PSI releases 2019 National Open Qualifying Time Standards

Philippine Swimming Incorporated has announced the qualifying time standards for the 1st Philippine National Open Swimming Championships 2019 which will run from August 31 – September 3, 2019 at Trace Aquatic Center in Laguna, Philippines.

Touted as the “BATTLE of CHAMPIONS”, the maiden edition of the National Open features the 18th FINA World Championships’ national team members James Deiparine, Luke Gebbie, Nicole Oliva and Remedy Rule; and local stand-outs Jasmine Alkhaldi, Jessie Lacuna, Roxanne Yu, Sacho Ilustre, Jerard Jacinto and Xiandi Chua.

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Seven tankers named to 2019 Junior World Championships PH Swim Team

Philippine Swimming Incorporated has named seven tankers to represent the country at the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary this August 20-25, 2019

Spearheading this year’s campaign at the prestigious global meet for 15-18 year old boys and 14-17 year old girls are Philippine national record holders and 2019 SEA Age Group Championships gold medalists Jerard Dominic Jacinto and Desirae Aubrey Mangaoang.

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Deiparine goes sub 28 in Men’s 50m Breast; resets national record

SEA Games medalist and national record holder James Christian Deiparine went sub 28 in the Men’s 50m Breaststroke, and reset his own national record at the 18th FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, Tuesday morning.

Going to this year’s World Championships amid not hitting the World’s qualifying “B” time, Deiparine proved that he is worthy of his slot by delivering a jaw-dropping 27.91 time in the morning preliminary of the Men’s 50m Breaststroke event, placing 33rd among 79 elite swimmers around the world.

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Mojdeh bags second bronze in Semarang; resets junior record

Hope of making it to the SEA Games team this year is getting higher as Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh went sub 20 in the Women’s 200m Butterfly event to bag her second bronze medal at the 11th ASEAN Schools Games in Semarang, Indonesia Monday afternoon.

The thirteen year-old Philippine swim sensation showed grit and courage against much older swimmers in the 200m Fly finals to finish the race with an eye-popping bronze medal time of 2:19.51

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Remedy Rule breaks Women’s 100m Fly Philippine national record

Philippine swimming national record holder Remedy Rule debut for the country with a bang as she set her second national record at the opening day of the 18th FINA World Swimming Championships in Gwangju, South Korea yesterday.

Swimming in Lane 3 of Heat 3 of the Women’s 100m Butterfly event, Rule finished second in her heat with a new Philippine national record time of 1:00.42, resetting Jasmine Alkhaldi’s 1:01.00 record set at the 28th Southeast Asian Games in Singapore in 2015.

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Samantha Coronel wins gold at 11th ASEAN Schools Games

Philippine Junior national record holder Samantha Therese Coronel won Team Philippines’ first swimming gold medal at the 11th ASEAN Schools Games in Semarang, Indonesia, Sunday afternoon.

Seeded third going to the afternoon finals with prelims time of 1:08.02, Coronel, the bronze medalist of last year’s edition, made sure to deliver a solid performance this year and dominated the pack to clinch the gold with a time of 1:06.59, way ahead Indonesia’s Azmina Primidit Ulol who took the silver with 1:07.80 clocking.

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Philippine tankers kick-off World Championships campaign today

Four Philippine tankers kick-off their campaign today at the 18th FINA World Swimming Championships in Gwanju, Korea from July 21 to 28, 2019.

Spearheading the team in Gwanju are World Championships veterans James Christian Deiparine and Nicole Justine Marie Oliva, who are back at the world stage after debuting at this prestigious global meet in Budapest, Hungary two years ago.

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Barreto, Mojdeh add silver and bronze to ASEAN Schools Games medal tally

Philippine Junior national record holders Miguel Barreto and Micaela Jasmine Mojded added a silver and a bronze to Team Philippines’ medal haul at the 11th ASEAN Schools Games in Semarang, Indonesia, Saturday afternoon.

Fresh from his fourth place finish on day one of the games, Junior World Championships’s bound Barreto made sure that he’d bounced back today, and finished second in the Boys 200m Freestyle finals with a silver medal time of 1.54.83

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Pinoy tankers collect silver and bronze at 11th ASEAN Schools Games opening

Pinoy tankers collected a silver and a bronze medal at the opening day of the 11th ASEAN Schools Games held at Jatidiri Sports Complex in Semarang, Indonesia today.

Philippine junior national record holder Thanya Angelyn Dela Cruz won Team Philippines first swimming medal in Semarang, after figuring in a very close fight for the gold in the Girls 50m Breaststroke event where she ended taking the silver by 0.01 second.

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Eighteen tankers to represent Philippines at 11th ASEAN Schools Games

Eighteen secondary tankers, all Palarong Pambansa 2019 stand-outs, have been chosen to represent the Philippines at the 11th ASEAN Schools Games which will be held at the Jatidiri Complex Swimming Pool in Semarang, Indonesia this July 19-22, 2019.

Spearheading this year’s campaign are last year’s medalists Samantha Therese Coronel and Thanya Angelyn Dela Cruz. Coronel took the bronze of both 50m Back and 100m Back events; while Dela Cruz swept the bronze medals of all three Breaststroke events at the 10th edition of the games last year in Malaysia.

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