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FANTASTIC RESULTS AT THE FINA WORLD CUP SWIMMING COMPETITION IN HONG KONG VICTORIA PARK, SEPT 26-28, 2015
9/29/2015




Friday Evening Finals; GOLD MEDAL FOR GEOFFREY CHEAH, NEW AGE GROUP RECORD FOR MILES WILLIAMS Geoffrey Cheah won the 50 m butterfly tonight at the World Cup in the 50 m butterfly in 24.23. He touched 5. in the 100 m FR in 50.25.

Aisling Haughey came 5th in the 100 m breaststroke in 1:13.30.

Miles Williams swam to a Hong Kong Age Group Record in the 400 m freestyle in 4:02.60, ranking 7.

Woo Hoi Yee Kylie placed 8. in the 200 m backstroke in 2:29.19.

Congratulations goes out to all our World Cup finalists and especially to Club Wolverine's gold medal winner Geoffrey Cheah on claiming Hong Kong's first Gold Medal tonight!

Saturday Morning Heats; Solid morning heats from HWI swimmers at the Fina World Cup with Nicole Evans swimming to a Season Best in the 400 Free. She made it back for the final this evening swimming. Aisling Haughey took on the 50/200 BRS double this morning and safely made it through to both finals this evening; in the 50BRS & in the 200BRS. Former HWI swimmer Geoffrey Cheah has qualified fastest in the mens 50 Free and second fastest in the 100 Fly.

Saturday Evening Finals; SILVER MEDAL AND RECORD FOR GEOFF CHEAH, NEW AGE GROUP RECORD FOR MILES WILLIAMS More Fantastic Results for HWI swimmers at the World Cup in Hong Kong!

Ex Harry Wright Swimmer Geoffrey Cheah stormed to a Hong Kong Record in the 50 m freestyle, clocking 22.54 and winning the Silver Medal. His 100 m butterfly time of 54.03, ranked 4.

Miles Williams set another Hong Kong Age Group Record in the 1500 m freestyle in 16:05.39 placing 4.

Aisling Haughey finished in 5. place twice. First in the 50 m breaststroke in 34.06 and then in the 200 m breaststroke in 2:37.16.

Nicole Evans closed out the 400 m freestyle final in 4:37.59 which was a bit slower than her heat swim of 4:34.43.

Great swimming of all our finalists on day 2 of the event!

Now we have only 6 weeks left to the Long Course Age Champs!


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