Coastweek -- The annual
CASA Novice Swimming Competition was held last weekend at the Aga Khan Academy
Mombasa, by Coast Amateur Swimming Association (CASA).
The aim of
the CASA Novice Swimming gala is to provide the novice swimmer with the
opportunity to compete on the same level with other swimmers in the County.
competition is open to swimmers of all age groups where the top three swimmers
are awarded medals within their age group and all participants receive the
certificate of participation.
attracted 300 swimmers with 900entries from Blue Ocean Swim Club, Braeburn
Mombasa International, Coast Swim Club, Jaffery Academy Mombasa, Kivukoni Creek
Club, Loreto Mombasa, Mombasa Baptist High School, Nyali Primary School, Octopus
Swimming Club, Oshwal Academy Mombasa and Tudor Swimming Club.
Mombasa took the overall shield by after collecting 466.50 points from their
points Nyali Primary School took the second position in the overall points while
Oshwal Academy Mombasa took third position with 202.50 points.
Mombasa were also positioned first in the girls category with 240.50 points
followed in second by Nyali Primary School with 190.50points.
Academy Mombasa took thirds place with 106.50 points whereas Kivukoni Creek Club
took fourth position with 67 points.
place went to Braeburn Mombasa International School with 55.50 points and with
23 points Tudor Swimming Club took sixth place.
In the boys
category, Nyali Primary School took first place with 265 points, Loreto Mombasa
came in second with 226 points and third place went to Jaffery Academy Mombasa
with 143 points.
was given to Oshwal Academy Mombasa with 96 points, fifth to Coast Swimming Club
with 32 points, Octopus Swimming Club got sixth place with 32 points and
Braeburn Mombasa International took seventh place with 27 points.
swimmer, Ribeiro Jordan collected 16 points positioning him in the eighth place
followed by Tudor Swimming club with 9 points.
Creek Club took tenth place with 6 points and with 3 points Blue Ocean Swim Club
took eleventh place.
Hillier, Jordan Thuranira, Nadiya Feisal, Ayushi Majithia, Kian Shah, Joan Jada
and Kinoti Thuranira won 18 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 9 bronze medals for
Oshwal Academy Mombasa.
Mombasa won 15 gold medals, 19 silver medals and 12 bronze medals through
Gracious Wangui, Sylvia Onunga, Abdul Timammy, Jemimah Kuloba, Traver Dunda,
Anika Adie, Delight Moora, Aida Nafula, Anthony Ojee, Aaron Salim, Ernest Opulu,
Vanessa Wanjiku, Hassan Idris, Mathew Mwakio, Camilla Ouma, Anne Selela and
medals, 13 silver medals and 17 bronze medals were collected by Nyali Primary
School through Alvin Okatch, Gift Bereny, Lidya Atieno, Christine Neema, Peter
Kiagi, Isaiah Munene, Nicole Gitiha, Abdulaziz Adnan, Shawn Wande, Khaldun
Khuweylid, Abby Mwadime, Davina Shisia, Jamilla Najim, Nicole Masinde, Ivet
Gitiba, Bliss Mutua, Alvin Shitubi, Peter Kiagi, Ershton Nyongesa, Kimberly
Mtengo, Mike Seni and Adnan Abdulaziz.
Club won 8 gold medals and 3 silver medals through Abdalla Ismail, Bilal
Ricardo, Mohammed Nassir and Abdallah Habib.
Mwaluma, Aiden Southward, Alicia Motte and Malik Joho won 3 gold medals, 5
silver medals and 3 bronze medals for Braeburn Mombasa International.
Academy Mombasa won 1 gold medal, 2 silver medals and 5 bronze medals through
Zahoor Asad Elias, Mohammedali Shali, Abubakar Zulfikar, Hassan Sherman and
School won 1 gold medal, 4 silver medals and 1 bronze through Evelyn Den Haring,
Omondi Owuor, Celina Kitsao, Felicity Ningala Njeri and Ayman Fadhil.
Swimming Club received 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal for from Kelsea
Mukabwa and Angel Katuku.
Ribeiro who entered as an individual swimmer won 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze
for himself thus giving him the eighth position in the boys category.