• Zamora breaks national junior records in PSL meet

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    University of Santo Tomas’ Sean Terrence Zamora finishes a lap during the boys’ 13 years 50-meter freestyle event of the Philippine Swimming League 54th Leg Short Course Swim Meet on Sunday at the Diliman Preparatory School. Zamora breaks the junior national record in the event with a time of 25.86 seconds.

    University of Santo Tomas’ Sean Terrence Zamora finishes a lap during the boys’ 13 years 50-meter freestyle event of the Philippine Swimming League 54th Leg Short Course Swim Meet on Sunday at the Diliman Preparatory School. Zamora breaks the junior national record in the event with a time of 25.86 seconds.

    University of Santo Tomas standout Sean Terrence Zamora nailed six gold medals—all in record-breaking fashion—to dominate the boys’ 13 years category of the 54th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) Leg Short Course Swimming Meet on Sunday at the Diliman Preparatory School (DPS) in Quezon City.

    Zamora, a Grade 8 student who represents MCUR3 Aquaspeed Sailfish, submitted notable times in 200-meter individual medley (2:19.84), 100m butterfly (1:01.35) and 50m freestyle (25.86) to surpass the Philippine records and the Quadruple (AAAA) marks based on American Motivational Standards. He also set new marks in 50m breaststroke (33.53), 100m backstroke (1:05.16) and 200m freestyle (2:10.50)

    Christen Mercado also made an impressive showing as he bagged five golds in the boys’ 17-Over class while Charize Juliana Esmero pocketed four golds and two silvers in the girls’ 11 years event.

    Mercado reigned supreme in 200m IM (2:24.31), 100m butterfly (1:02.65), 50m breaststroke (30.93), 50m freestyle (24.91) and 100m backstroke (1:03.88); and Esmero topped the 200m IM (2:43.75), 50m breaststroke (41.27), 100m backstroke (1:15.02) and 200m freestyle then placed second in 50m freestyle and 100m butterfly.

    The other multi-medalists are Delia Angela Cordero with three golds and two silvers in the girls 17-Over and Emanuel Joshua Lorbes with three golds, one silver and one bronze in the boys’ 16 years.

    “I am helping everyone to cross the bridge easier. We are behind many years. Our monthly competition is helping our swimmers a lot. Swimmers improved each month and looking to beat each other,” said PSL President Susan Papa.

    “Two swimmers made it only to the Olympics and there are three boys and one girls in the lowest competition—Southeast Asian Games. PSL is catching up. Zamora surpassed three national junior records and that was fantastic,” added Papa.

    Besides Zamora, Mercado, Lorbes, Cordero and Esmero, the other Most Outstanding Swimmer awardees in are Mervier Jules Mirandilla (11), Daryl James Concepcion (12 ), Sean Elijah Enero (14) and Lans Rawlin Donato (15)- boys; and Imee Joyce Saavedra (12), Kathleen Parana (13), Ronalyn Lalimo (14), Paula Cayanan (15) and Mary Angelic Saavedra (16)–girls.

    Also winning gold medals in record style are Adrienne Macapagal (boys’ 9 years 50m butterfly, 37.50), Vaugh Andre Aquino (boys’ 9 years 100m breaststroke, 1:43.12), Jordan Lobos (boys’ 10 years breaststroke, 1:35.64) and Bernice Magtibay (girls’ 100m breaststroke, 1:34.25).

    MCUR3 Aquaspeed Sailfish eventually copped the overall title in team event.

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