Some amazing achievements by the BISP FF JSA HPT Swim Team last term, here are the highlights:

 

Team records broken August – December 2014

5 in Queensland

3 at Youth Asian Games

4 in Asian Games

15 at World Cup SC

16 in Hong Kong

26 in December (Thailand Nationals, Hungarian Nationals, World Championships, African Championships, Dubai International, Singapore Nationals, ASEAN School Games)

Total = 69 new records

 

December 2014 achievements

26 team records

6 swimmers breaking 700 FINA points in competition

13 swims over 700 FINA Points in the last few competitions of the season

17 (18*) National Records August – December 2014:

Roxanne Yu – Queensland State Championships – 200m Back SC (Philippines)

Roxanne Yu – World Championships Doha – 200m Back SC (Philippines)

Felicity Passon – World Championships Doha – 50m Fly (Seychelles)

Felicity Passon – World Championships Doha – 50m Free (Seychelles)

Felicity Passon – World Championships Doha – 100m Fly (Seychelles)

Felicity Passon – World Championships Doha – 100m Free (Seychelles)

Felicity Passon – World Championships Doha – 200m IM (Seychelles)

Lushano Lamprecht – African National Games – 17-18 50m Back LC (Namibia)

Lushano Lamprecht – African National Games – Open 50m Back LC (Namibia)

Lushano Lamprecht – African National Games – 200m Back LC (Namibia)

Lushano Lamprecht – African National Games – 4x100m Free LC (Namibia)

Lushano Lamprecht – African National Games – 4x100m Free LC (Namibia)

Jeremy Lim – World Championships Doha – 4x50m Free Relay SC (Philippines)

Raine (Raissa) Gavino – Hong Kong Championships 13-14yrs 50m Breaststroke LC (Philippines)

Raine (Raissa) Gavino – Dubai International Meet 13-14yrs 50m Breaststroke LC (Philippines)

Raine (Raissa) Gavino – Dubai International Meet 13-14yrs 100m Breaststroke LC (Philippines)

Raine (Raissa) Gavino – Dubai International Meet Open 50m Breaststroke LC (Philippines)

Hendrik Faber (Hong Kong Nationals & Dubai) 15-16yrs 200m Fly (Netherlands)*

*Unofficial

 

Youth Olympic Games 2014, Nanjing, China:

Roxanne Yu made Youth Olympic Games for Philippines in 2 events with Lushano Lamprecht (Namibia) and Phiangkwan Pawapotako (Thailand) also competing at the end of the summer across multiple events

 

Asian Games, Incheon, South Korea

Eing raced at the Asian Games in early September in Incheon, Korea, representing Thailand, making the final in the Women’s 200m Breaststroke event in a time of 2min 33.28

 

World Cup

7 swimmers represented 4 countries: Chantal Liew, Raine Gavino, Jeremy Lim, Roxanne Yu, Lushano Lamprecht, Jethro Chua, Evelyn Lukacs

 

World Championships – December 2015

5 swimmers represented their countries, with 5 national records broken, 4 from Felicity Passon and 1 from Roxanne Yu. Attendees: Jeremy Lim, Jethro Chua, Roxanne Yu, Felicity Passon and Lushano Lamprecht.

 

Southeast Asia Age Championships 2015

The following swimmers are, to date, eligible to qualify for the SEA Age Championships in 2015:

  1. Phiangkwan Pawapotako (Thailand)
  2. Jeremy Lim (Philippines)
  3. Jethro Chua (Philippines)
  4. Roxanne Yu (Philippines)
  5. Catherine Bondad (Philippines)
  6. Raine Gavino (Philippines)
  7. Eric Tan (Malaysia)
  8. Fukang Wong (Malaysia)
  9. Chantal Liew (Singapore)
  10. Coleen Limsui (Philippines)

 

SEA Games 2015

To date the following have been listed by their federations as potential selections for the SEA Games in Singapore:

  1. Phiangkwan Pawapotako
  2. Raine Gavino
  3. Roxanne Yu
  4. Catherine Bondad
  5. Jeremy Lim
  6. Jethro Chua

 

Kazan World Championships, 2015 potentials

To date the following have been listed by their Federations as potential selections for the FINA World Champs in Kazan:

  1. Phiangkwan Pawapotako
  2. Felicity Passon
  3. Lushano Lamprecht
  4. Jethro Chua
  5. Roxanne Yu
  6. Jeremy Lim

 

For more information on the BISP FF JSA HPT Swim Academy, click here or contact Head Coach Simon Jones: [email protected]