Bermudian Swimmers Begin UANA Qualifiers

April 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Four Bermuda swimmers recently began competing at the Unión Americana de Natación Qualifier in Clermont, Florida.

Emma Harvey, Madelyn Moore, Jack Harvey, and Jesse Washington faced off against some of the world’s elites as they attempt to qualify for major swim meets like the Tokyo Olympics and PanAm Games.

Moore and Harvey competed in the women’s 50 long course meter butterfly. Moore finished fourth in a time of 27.35, breaking the Bermuda record at the distance set by Harvey, who clocked 27.83 back on April 2nd, 2017 during the Scottish Age Group Championships. In this race, Harvey touched the wall in a time of 27.98, finishing sixth overall.

Moore and Emma Harvey also competed in the women’s 50 long course meter backstroke. Moore finished this race in seventh place overall with a time of 29.76, while Harvey finished ninth in 30.03.

The men’s 50 long course meter butterfly saw Washington take to the pool, finishing 24th by clocking a time of 25.78.

Jack Harvey competed in the men’s 50 long course meter backstroke, finishing ninth with a time of 26.95.

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