Lane 4 Performance
Date - 2019-10-11
Place - Amity International School
Lane 4 Performance Squad
is 4LSA’s top squad and a program for the most dedicated swimmers,
ambitious, motivated and that have a clear vision of what they aspire to
the 2018/19 season, swimmers in the performance squad claimed a total
of 34 medals in international competitions in 9 different countries.4 of them were selected and competed representing their National Teams.
2 of them broke national records in their home countries.
together, 4LSA’s performance squad had swimmers qualifying, competing
and claiming medals in: Australia, France, Scotland, Lebanon, Egypt,
Azerbaijan, India, Sweden, Morocco and South Africa.
Roger de ManresaSwimmers:
One of our local Emirati swimmers!
just moved to the Performance Squad this season with the main objective
to start representing the UAE in international competitions.
Khamis Al Hosani
Khamis is one of UAE’s most promising local swimmers.
several medals at the GCC championships; Khamis has also represented
UAE at the World Junior Championships, and swum the final of the 200 fly
at the Asian Championships held in Uzbekistan.
Layla Al Khateb
represented UAE at the 14th Arab Championships held in Morocco this
past August: She achieved a total of 3 Gold medals and 1 Silver in her
a few weeks later she traveled to India to compete at the Asian Games
again representing UAE where she managed to qualify for 1 final despite
being one of the youngest there.
is one of Egypt’s most promising age group swimmers, at the last
Egyptian National Championships he claimed 2 Golds, 2 Silvers and 1
Adam also holds the national record in his age group for 100 Breaststroke.
Ines is a French junior National Champion having claimed 1 Gold, as well as 1 Bronze in the last French National Championships.
This summer, Ines was selected to join the French National Team and represented France at the European Youth Olympic Festival celebrated in Baku (Azerbaijan).Isabelle Darling
travelled to Australia, her home country, to compete in one of the
toughest age groups national championships in the world. She qualified
for 5 finals placing top 5 in 2 events. She is also an Australian senior
state medalist in the 200 and 100 backstroke.Kurian Dony
Kurian claimed 2 Golds, 2 Silvers and 1 Bronze medals at last years Kerala state Championships in India.
He also won 3 Silvers and 2 Bronze medals at the Indian South Zone Championships.Hazem Eisa
is another international medalist from Egypt which swum several finals
and won a Silver medal at last year’s Egyptian national championships.Christelle Feghali
is the current Lebanese Record holder for 400 IM and 400 Freestyle in
her age group.In the last Lebanese AG National Championships won 2
Silvers and 1 Bronze.
This past summer she represented Lebanon at the Arab Championships claiming a total of 3 individual medals.Maya Logan
was selected last year as the most valued swimmer in the World School
Games after winning 6 Gold medals in her individual events.
Lily Rose McDonald
swimmer that qualified to compete in her Age Group National
Championships, in this case: Scotland. In her first International
competition, Lily managed to qualify for 1 final, and got selected to
compete at the Scottish Select Summer Meet.
has just recently also been chosen to represent 4th Lane in the
Performance Squad and will be training to complete internationally in
the near future.
is also from Egypt and competed this summer at the Giza Swimming
Championships. She won 1 Bronze medal individually, and several more in
youngest of the Pharoahs, is a tremendously talented swimmer who
also qualified last year to compete at the South African championships
and won her 1st medal in the 200 Breaststroke.
is from South Africa and has been competing and winning medals at their
national championships for years now. In last year’s edition she added 2
Bronze medals to her personal count.
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