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ORCA Swimmers shine

PAULINI RATULAILAI
Sunday, October 29, 2017

Update: 10:47AM SUVA based Orca swim club junior elite swimmers Hefu Eresito and James Kado recently participated in the 2017 New Zealand Short Course swimming championship in Auckland.

Both boys achieved a personal best time with Kado winning a silver medal for the 50m Freestyle event in a time of 25.74s and a Bronze Medal for the 50m Breaststroke in a time of 33.86s.

Manager Milly Kado said the qualifying times for the NZ meet were relatively tough this year. 

"However, Orca swimmers Hefu and James managed to qualify in 9 individual events between them and both achieved personal bests in each of their races," she said.








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