THREE more records were broken during the final session of the Bank Windhoek National Long Course Championships in Windhoek on Sunday.
All three came in the relay events with Dolphins Swimming Club taking the honors.
The Dolphins Boys 13-14 relay team of Martin Oosthuizen, Jon Cameron Delie, Johann Serfontein and Corne le Roux broke two Namibian records.
They set a new 200m freestyle record of 1:51,74, which broke the previous record of 1:52,80, while they also set a new 200m Medley Relay record of 2:09,03, which broke the previous record of 2:11,16.
The Dolphins Boys 11-12 200m freestyle team of Bernard van der Walt, Jose Canjulo, Mikah Burger and Erik von Alvensleben set a new NASU record of 2:01,28 to break the previous record of 2:07,55.
Molly Smalley of Dolphins set the best performance of the session when she obtained 602 Fina points for winning the Women's 17 and Over 200m Individual medley in 2:29,32.
Meanwhile, the overall winners of the championships were announced following all five sessions over the weekend.
Phillip Seidler of Dolphins won the Senior Victor Ludorum with 3 607 points, while Ronan Wantenaar came second (3 469) and Arthur Loftie-Eaton third (3 131).
Molina Smalley of Dolphins won the Senior Victrix Ludorum trophy with 3 537 points, followed by Kiah Borg (3 443) and Hileni Stergiadis (3 290).
Mikah Burger of Dolphins won the Junior Victor Ludorum trophy with 212 points, followed by Martin Oosthuizen (137) and Corne le Roux (131).
- Title: Three records on final day
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- Date: 3:11 PM