Gold Coast Short Course Swimming Results
Parent and Swimming Gold Coast Technical Official, Shandelle Harrison had the following to report: “We had both primary and high school students attend this important event on the swimming calendar. I can report that it’s encouraging to see this mateship outside of the school grounds when our children compete at these events.”
The results from this swim meet were as follows:
- Amelia Smit competed in 3 events and totalled 0.89s in personal bests (PBs)
- Mystiqrayne Harrison competed in 4 events and totalled 0.20s in PBs
- Justine Platon competed in 5 events and totalled 3.83s in PBs
- Mason Mower competed in 8 events resulting in 5 x Gold, 2 x Siler, 1 x Bronze and 21.62s in PBs
- Elias Flancia competed in 4 events and totalled 5.55s in PBs
- Bailey White competed in 2 events and totalled 1.10s in PBs
- Bailey Tetonga competed in 9 events resulting in 2 x silver, 1 x bronze and totalling 25.00s in PBs
- Harry Simmonds competed in 8 events resulting in 3 x Bronze and totalling 8.47s in PBs
- Emmit Morris competed in 4 events resulting in 1 x Silver, 1 x Bronze and totalling 2.76 in PBs
- Cooper Morris competed in 2 events and totalling 0.51 in PBs
Congratulations to the students who received medals and to those who have qualified for the Queensland Short Course State Titles, which take place from 13 – 15 August.
Kudos goes to Mason Mower, who competed in various events, often above his age category and gained valuable experience in the water and was crowned an Age Champion at the meet. This is a huge honour and very well deserved.
“If these kids keep it up, we might see them on their way to 2026 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. Every King’s Kid did their best, they were up against the best that the Gold Coast had to offer, and boy did they leave it all in the pool,” stated Mrs Harrison.
The King’s family is extremely proud of all our swimmers and the outstanding results they have achieved this year.