Grenada Swimmers Perform Well at Youth Olympics

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Congratulations to our two National swimmers, Richard Regis and Ayesha Noel on their performances at the first Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore in August 2010.


The Grenada Amateur Swimming Association would like to congratulate our two National swimmers, Richard Regis and Ayesha Noel on their performances at the first Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore in August 2010.

Richard who competed in the 50m and 100m freestyle dropped significant times, with two personal best performances. Ayesha Noel who competed in the 50m freestyle and 200m backstroke improved on her CISC and CAC times from just a month ago.

Youth Olympic Games Swimmers: Ayesha Noel and Richard Regis

Both swimmers were accompanied by National coach Mrs. Nataly Regis Sihera. They did not only swim but spent an educational three weeks in Singapore. The games were also developed to give the athletes many multicultural experiences from music, arts, to approaching green issues. They learned to work together with athletes from many countries with various cultures, in an Outward Bound Pursuit Course.

We at GASA say thanks to the Grenada Olympic Committee, who supported these swimmers and their Coach; by providing them with this wonderful opportunity and experience. Their lives have been touched, and they would never be the same.

The Grenada Amateur Swimming Association would like to congratulate our two National swimmers, Richard Regis and Ayesha Noel on their performances at the first Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore in August 2010.

Richard who competed in the 50m and 100m freestyle dropped significant times, with two personal best performances. Ayesha Noel who competed in the 50m freestyle and 200m backstroke improved on her CISC and CAC times from just a month ago.

Both swimmers were accompanied by National coach Mrs. Nataly Regis Sihera. They did not only swim but spent an educational three weeks in Singapore. The games were also developed to give the athletes many multicultural experiences from music, arts, to approaching green issues. They learned to work together with athletes from many countries with various cultures, in an Outward Bound Pursuit Course.

We at GASA say thanks to the Grenada Olympic Committee, who supported these swimmers and their Coach; by providing them with this wonderful opportunity and experience. Their lives have been touched, and they would never be the same.

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