Master Charles Janda

Janda target ang apat na gold medals
BRepizo-Meraña (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - February 3, 2018 - 12:00am

JACKSONVILLE, Florida -- Sisimulan ni Bataan pride Master Charles Janda ang kampanya ng Philip­pine Swiming League (PSL) sa kanyang pagsabak sa boys’ 10-under category sa 2018 Bolles School Sharks TYR February swimming compe­tition na magsisimu­la ngayong araw dito sa Ce­cil Aquatics Center.

Masisilayan kaagad sa aksyon si Janda sa 200m Individual Medley, 500m freestyle, 200m freestyle at 100m butterfly kung saan ma­kakalaban niya ang mas matatanda at mas ma­tatangkad na karibal mu­la sa iba’t ibang panig ng Amerika.

Aariba rin sina Diliman Preparatory School standouts Paul Christian King Cusing (boys’ 15-over 400m IM at 100m butterfly), Francino Archer Corpuz (boys’ 10-under 200m freestyle at 50m freestyle), at Paula Carmela Cusing (girls’ 14-year 400m IM at 100m butterfly).

“These kids are motiva­ted and willing to learn from this experience. We know how strong the field is but they’re all excited to meet their counterparts and gain new friends. It’s not just about the competition. It’s about learning from the com­petition and apply it for future tournaments,” wika ni PSL President Susan Papa.

Lalarga rin sina Joaquin Federico Mirasol sa boys’ 11-12 (200m IM at 50m freestyle), Raindale Ching sa boys’ 13-year (200m freestyle at 100m breaststroke), Sophia Anne Barcelo sa girls’ 12-year (200m freestyle at 200m backstroke), Sofia Mae C­hing sa girls’ 10-under (200m IM at 200m freestyle) at Jazmine Francheska Mirasol sa girls’ 15-over (200m freestyle at 100m breaststroke).

Huling sasabak si Uni­ver­sity of the Philippines standout Trisha Anne Olive­ros na lalarga sa girls’ 15-over 100m freestyle at 50m freestyle sa huling araw ng kumpetisyon sa Linggo.

Mahigit sa 600 tankers ang lalahok sa torneong inor­ganisa ng Bolles School Sharks na pinamumunuan ni Jon Sakovic.

“We are thankful to the Bolles School Sharks for in­viting us in this competition. It’s a good opportunity for our young swimmers and we’re looking forward to send more PSL tankers in Florida in the future,” ani Papa.

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