03 November, 2023

BSKL Swim Team Excels at GIS Early Fire Swim Meet

BSKL Swim Team Excels at GIS Early Fire Swim Meet
We are thrilled to share the outstanding success of our BSKL swim team at the recent Early Fire Swim Meet hosted by Garden International School last weekend. Our young athletes displayed remarkable dedication and skill in the pool, resulting in numerous personal bests (PBs) and an impressive overall performance.

Notably, Ryan Aymes from Year 12 demonstrated an exceptional performance by securing 6 gold medals and 1 silver in all of his events. This achievement showcases his unwavering commitment to the sport and serves as an inspiration to his teammates.

Our talented swimmers from various year levels also achieved remarkable results. Jasmine from Year 9 stood out with 2 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze medal, displaying great promise and potential. Madeline Foo from Year 8 showed her prowess in the water by earning 2 silver and 2 bronze medals over the course of the two-day event.

Seren from Year 9 and Sean Joo from Year 8 both earned 1 silver and 1 bronze medal, adding to the team's impressive medal tally. Hey Thi from Year 10 and Matthias from Year 4 each proudly brought home a silver medal.

David from Year 6 and Andrew from Year 4 showcased their dedication and determination by earning bronze medals in their respective events. These young athletes demonstrate that success is achievable through hard work and perseverance.

In the overall team rankings, both the BSKL Boys and Girls teams secured a commendable 3rd place, reflecting the depth of talent and teamwork within our swim team.

The Early Fire Swim Meet not only resulted in a collection of medals but also provided our swimmers with valuable experiences and unforgettable moments. We commend all our swimmers for their dedication and sportsmanship.

As we look ahead, we eagerly anticipate the upcoming swim meet in December, and we have every confidence that our BSKL swim team will continue to excel and make us proud.

Congratulations to all our swimmers, and let's keep up the fantastic work. Go BSKL!

Mr Chai