And Zimbabwe’s Top Swimmers Are…

February and March of 2013 saw the national swimming championships come to pass. The Senior edition took place in Harare from the 14th to the 18th of February while the Junior championships ran on the 9th and 10th of March in the City of Kings. Great competition was present at both of these events with Mashonaland emerging the champions twice.

At the end of it all points are put together and rankings are determined. Team rankings and individual rankings. This list is based on the individual rankings derived from this year’s national swimming championships.

Girls

8 and Under 1. Donata Katai
2. Kundai Nyambawaro
3. Ayla-Skye Greef
3. Tanatsirwa Chitsurura
9 Year Olds 1. Paige Van Der Westhuizen
2. Sydnie Hammond
3. Cheyanne Marais
10 Year Olds 1. Nomvula Mjimba
2. Olivia Rosenfels
3. Savannah Du Preez
11 Year Olds 1. Hollie Stander
2. Amy Leigh Adams
3. Maryke Koen
12 and Under 1. Hollie Stander
2. Amy Leigh Adams
3. Jordyn Davis
13 and 14 Year Olds 1. Courtney McAllister
2. Lara Peirce
3. Mellissa Watt
15 and 16 Year Olds 1. Lorna Doorman
2. Ratidzo Mutangadura
3. Jessica Hammond
17 and Over 1. Natasha Lawson
2. Avalon Bruce
3. Kim Bellringer
3. Natalie DE Chassart

Boys

8 and Under 1. Benoni Nhekairo
2. Stanley Madziire
3. Keith Elliot
9 Year Olds 1. Bryan Chiang
2. Dylan Huang
3. Graham Hoal
10 Year Olds 1. Joash McKonie
2. Tyrel Cooke
3. Denilson Cyprianos
11 Year Olds 1. Bruce Chiang
2. Grant Smith
3. Lavarn Jones
12 and Under 1. Bruce Chiang
2. Grant Smith
3. Jordan Cowley
13 and 14 Year Olds 1. Onarati Chase
2. Martin Eeson
3. Liam Davis
15 and 16 Year Olds 1. Aiden Burnett
2. Brendon Cyprianos
3. Dylan Steyl
17 and Over 1. James Lawson
2. Andrew-John Stambolie
3. Nicholas Burnett

You can download the ranking sheets here>>>   Juniors Ranking Sheet         Seniors Ranking Sheet

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