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From left: Raya Adams, Zane Dabriel, Belle Adams, Tayeah St. Hilaire, Jadon Hamilton and  Hazen Dabriel.
From left: Raya Adams, Zane Dabriel, Belle Adams, Tayeah St. Hilaire, Jadon Hamilton and Hazen Dabriel.

Six of the 11 Blue Marlins swimmers who participated in the Rodney Heights Aquatic Centre (RHAC) Invitational Swim Meet in St. Lucia finished with high points.

Raya Adams won the high points trophy in the girls 6 and under category winning 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals, finishing with a total of 39 points.

The championship trophy in the boys 6 and under age group went to Zane Dabriel who earned 48 points, winning 3 gold and 3 silver medals.

Girls 11-12 swimmer Belle Adams secured the 3rd place trophy for her age category with 63 points. She won 4 silver and 5 bronze medals, to earn 63 points.

Jadon Hamilton was awarded the high points trophy in the boys 11-12 age group with 88 points. He attained 9 gold and 1 silver medal.

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Tayeah St. Hilaire topped the girls 13-14 age group with 73 points. She got 6 gold and 3 silver medals.

In the boys 13- 14 age group, Hazen Dabriel finished on top with 88 points, winning 9 gold and 1 silver medal.

Hamilton, Belle Adams, St. Hilaire and Dabriel formed the record-breaking mixed medley relay team that earned them gold as they broke the record set by Longvilliers Club du Lamentin, of Martinique, the year before. The quartet swam the medley in 2 minutes 10 seconds, scraping off 2 seconds from the time set in 2023.

The Blue Marlins team also had 5 qualifiers for the sprint challenge competition.

Qualifiers for this race had to have one of the 8 fastest times in the 50-metre freestyle. Making it to that competition were Hazen Dabriel, Jadon Hamilton, Belle Adams, Tayeah St. Hilaire and Saige Jobe.