The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) was manifested beyond worldly and human powers but by wisdom and dictation from the Holy Spirit. This God’s grace is so amazing!
To date, the PSL has already staged 89 editions of its National Series and was able to participate in 44 international meets with impressive results.
And right now, we are on a serious campaign toward righteousness.
Thank God for all the good things happening.
We are just thankful for all the miracles of God.
“The Lord looks into the heart of the PSL family. Having a realization that without wisdom, we are nothing and not only our kids are beginning to appreciate it but even us adults,” Gina Cusing, a parent of one of the PSL swimmers said.
The local swimming community is slowly transforming into something better because of God’s works.
Among these miracles is the attainment of some PSL swimmers of the Quadruple (AAAA) American standard time.
And there are more.
The most recent was when Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh, a nine-year-old Immaculate Heart of Mary College-Parañaque standout being trained by the coaches of Susan Papa Swim Academy and Efraim Rivera, was named new ambassador of Finis Philippines.
She is the youngest Finis brand ambassador in the country so far.
Jasmine realizes that she is no longer the same swimmer that she was a few years back and she knows how to appreciate all her blessings. There are big surprises ahead of her because of her hard work and sacrifices in 2015.
In 2014, Kyla Soguilon from Aklan received the Philippine Sportswriters Association Milo Female Junior Most Outstanding Athlete and the Tony Siddayao Junior Athlete of the Year awards.
Like Mojdeh, she also achieved the Quadruple (AAAA) American standard time in most of the tournaments she joined.
Another wonder kid is Sean Terence Zamora from the University of Santo Tomas.
He is a consistent FINA points awardee and Quadruple (AAAA) American standard time accomplisher.
Kyla and Sean Terence were the first PSL tankers to become Finis Philippines brand ambassadors.
We are seeing more swimmers following their footsteps by following the rule of righteousness.
PSL wants its swimmers to be strong and noble in character. Without humility, it is hard to achieve anything.
PSL National Capital Region Director Joan Mojdeh once texted, “Thank you po sa PSL, we really appreciate all the efforts done to Jasmine and all the swimmers. May God continue to bless more and more for all the good things that PSL is imparting to all swimmers. And also, for all the untiring everyday advices told in the swimming community, I, myself always think of PSL words. It helps us not only in swimming but also in our lives. Maraming, maraming salamat po.”
This week, the PSL delegation composed of 10 tankers will be seeing action in a tournament in Japan.
And a month after which, another 15 swimmers will be competing in Perth, Australia. They will be supported by the Filipino Community there. The Filipinos in Mandurah and Perth are all passionate about the accomplishments of PSL swimmers.
I cannot help but be grateful for the amazing grace of God that the PSL family is continuously receiving.