4 new national records set in Palmolive Sindh Women Swimming Championship

Sports Nov, 22 2022
4 new national records set in Palmolive Sindh Women Swimming Championship
  • 54
  • 0

KARACHI: A two-day 28th Palmolive Sindh Women Swimming Championship organized by Karachi Women’s Swimming Association in collaboration with Palmolive was organized at Karachi Gymkhana.  An overwhelming number of 261 swimmers from fifteen Karachi schools and local clubs, which were divided into six groups, participated in the event.

The participating schools and institutions were Karachi American Schools, Karachi Grammar Schools, Beacon house School Systems, Karachi Gymkhana, Karachi United, Mama Parsi Girls High School, Nixor College, CAS School, and The City School PAF Chapter. Karachi Grammar School was on top with 305 points while Bay View Academy got the second position with 108 points.The CAS Schools got the third position with 106 points. Four new national records were set during the two-day event.

Of the total four new records, three were set by the CAS School’s Hareem Malik, who took part in the 13- and 14-year age group competitions including 100-meter Breast Stroke, 50-meter Breast Stroke and 200-meter Individual Medley in which she got the first position. Hareem was also declared the best swimmer of the event. Karachi Gymkhana’s Iman Shaikh set the new national record in the age group 15-year and 16-years category 100-meter Backstroke contest. Later, the chief guest Sidra Iqbal gave trophies and individual prizes to winners and other contestants.

Published in The Daily National Courier, November, 23 2022

Like Business on Facebook, follow @DailyNCourier on Twitter to stay informed and join in the conversation.

More like this

PCB could pull out of 2023 Asia Cup if tournament is moved out of Pakistan

1 Islamabad: PCB chairman Ramiz Raja has said that Pakistan may consider pulling out of the 2023 Asia Cup if their hosting rights are withdrawn on account of India not travellin...

Germany crash out as Japan, Spain advance

2 Doha: It was a nerve-wracking climax to Group ‘E’ Yeterday night, with Spain going through despite losing to Japan, and Germany crashing out despite a 4-2 victory...

Pakistan’s pitches from ‘dark ages’, says PCB chief

3 Islamabad: Pakistan’s pitches belonged in “the dark ages”, the country’s top cricket official said on Friday, after England plundered runs on a lifeles...

Shafique, Haq give Pakistan solid start after England’s 657 in 1st test

4 Rawalpindi: Pakistan’s openers got among the runs on a placid pitch on Friday as they took the home team to 181 without loss in reply to England’s mammoth 657 in t...
Need Help? Chat with us