Philippine Swimming League standout Aubrey Tom of International Learning Academy of Cainta bagged the Most Outstanding Swimmer award in the 22nd SSC Open Invitational Midget Meet held at the Singapore Swimming Club competition pool in Singapore.
Tom swept her two events to claim the top honors in the girls’ 9-year category.
She dominated the 25-meter freestyle in 15.27 seconds and 25m butterfly in 15.85.
It was her second straight MOS award after claiming the same honors in the 2016 Singapore Invitational Swimming Championship held at the Singapore Island Country Club in August.
“She’s a product of our grassroots development program. She’s been with us for years and look at her now, she’s doing well in international competitions and PSL is very proud of her,” said PSL President Susan Papa.
Overall, the Philippines has two golds, three silvers and two bronzes in the two-day meet.
The silver medals were delivered by Trizia Haileyana Tabamo in girls’ 9-year 25m freestyle (15.53), Marc Bryan Dula in boys’ 9-year 25m butterfly (15.54) and Master Charles Janda in boys’ 7-year 25m butterfly (19.39).
Dula added a bronze in the 25m backstroke (17.79) so as Janda who wound up third in the 25m backstroke (22.40) in the tournament that saw participants from China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and host Singapore.
The other members of the team were Estelle Margaret Mendez, Asha Segotier, Princess Jasmine Moelter, Alaina Arquiza, Gregory Miles Sumile, Tyrone Somera, Miguel Mujar, Joey Del Rosario, Tara Beard, Louisse Lana Ballesteros, Jieon Andre Balota, Armaine Victoria Bayubay, Zevastiane Grey Buhain, Ember Kirsten Cahigan, Aizen John Episcope, Samantha Gail Inkee, Joshua Ezekiel Jordan, Noel Jazen Nunez, Naomi Kim Quiambao, Lorenzo Yvanliel Regalado, Kate Zaira Roberto, Simone Toira Rosayaga, Thyrone Somera, Euri Sean Raphael Torrefiel and Jaden Will Valin.
Also in the delegation were PSL Secretary General Maria Susan Benasa, and coaches Alex Papa, Aidar Umih and Greg Sumile.