Exclusive to schools, it has certainly come of age with more growth in significance and numbers over the years.
Despite winning the 100m IM Karimah Katemba’s 1:27.19 was short of breaking White Heathers 1:19.98 over the same distance by 7.21 seconds.
Ssengozi continues to grow in lips and bounds in her rather young career and certainly her best years are ahead of her.
Like last year, the girls’ team collected more points than the boys and produced category winners in each age group
Ambala, 17, a national swimmer who is based in Nairobi, brought a new dimension to the championship
Silverfin’s Selina Katumba opened the record breaking spree when she clocked 5:02.14 in the 400m freestyle.
Her teacher also noticed that she loved water. So, I paid for the swimming club. That marked the beginning of her swimming journey.
The Dolphins Swim Club Kampala swimmers dominated the three-day event under intense pressure from the Seals and Silverfin.
She pocketed gold in the 50m and 100m breast stroke, 50m free, 50m butterfly, 100m freestyle, and 200 IM and silver in the 200m breast
On the second day of the three-day championship, swimmers from both clubs dominated most of the races
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