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2 Most Valuable Swimmers
2018 Merlion Sprint Festival
Most Valuable Players Kim Yong Zen An (left) and Jarrett Liew Yao Rong
Two Singapore Sports School student-athletes – Jarrett Liew Yao Rong and Kim Yong Zen An – took home the title of Most Valuable Player in their respective age categories after stand-out performances at the 2018 Merlion Sprint Festival on 6 October 2018.
Secondary 1 swimmer Jarrett won 4 gold medals in as many events in the Boys 11 to 12 years old age-group. He also rewrote Meet Records in each event he swam in. Kim, a Secondary 2 student-athlete, was also a multiple medallist in the Boys 11 to 12 years old category, winning 3 gold and 1 silver medals. Two Meet Records were rewritten en route to securing his titles.
Swimming Academy’s 11 student-athletes delivered strong performances at the meet to rake in a total of 10 golds, 5 silvers and 9 bronzes, 6 Meet Records and 51 Personal Best times.