Long course swimmers set new records.
The event took place from 26 to 29 January at the Olympia Swimming Pool in Windhoek.
A total of 159 swimmers participated in this event. This event saw two new individual Namibian records set as well as three relay Namibian records. Most of the swimmers set new personal best times.
Christine Briedenhann (15) from the Namib Swimming Academy, was the winner of the Open Victrix Vic´trix
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Kiara Schatz (12) from the Namib Swimming Academy was the winner of the Junior Victrix Ludorum with 130 points. Zune Weber (10) was second with 122 points, after she broke the 50m backstroke record and Kiah Borg (13) was third with 113 points, after she broke the 50m breaststroke record. Both are from the Namib Swimming Academy.
Dewald Nell was the winner of the Junior Victor Ludorum with 116 points, while Theo Visser was second with 98 points. Lushano Lamprecht was third with 97 points. All three are from are from the Namib Swimming Academy.
A total of five clubs took part in the gala. The Dolphins Swimming Club was best with total of 2617 points, followed by the Namib Swimming Academy with 2038 points, Mpumalanga came in third with 597 points, Oranjemund Sand Sharks fourth with 203 points and Swakopmund Swimming Club fifth with 107 points.
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