Nov 22, 4 years ago

Barry brothers shine in swimming

Barry brothers shine in swimming

The Wesley College Swimming Gala 2014 was held recently at the College swimming pool at Karlsruhe Gardens, Borella. The main event was graced by the renowned sportsman of Wesley, Capt. Navin De Silva as the chief guest. Challenge trophies were awarded to winners of each category at this colourful event.

At this meet two brothers, Ahamed Murthaaz Abdul Barry and Mohamed Nabeel Abdul Barry of Wesley College, performed well and grabbed 15 medals.

Murthaaz while establishing an Under 13 category new record in the 50m backstroke winning the gold medal, grabbed 3 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze, including 4x 50m relays, and was awarded the runner up trophy.

Nabeel while establishing an under 11 category new record in the 200m IM winning the gold medal, grabbed 1 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze, including 4x 50m relays, and was awarded the 2nd runner up trophy.

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