Kyle Sinclair and Zaneta Alvaranga were among the record breakers as Wolmer’s Boys and Immaculate Conception won the boys’ and girls’ high school titles at the 2020 Mayberry Swim Meet. Wolmer’s Boys’ standout Sinclair was a double record breaker on the day, erasing old marks in the 100 and 200 metre freestyle.
Zaneta Alvaranga of Immaculate Conception was in record breaking form at the Mayberry Swim Meet. (jamaica-gleaner.com file photo)
Sinclair won the 200 free in 2 minutes, 01.97 seconds, bettering the old mark of 2:02.71 and rewrote the record books in the 100 free, winning in 53.18 seconds, a second faster than the old mark.
Alvaranga was also a double record breaker, taking down the old marks in the 50 metre butterfly and 100 metre freestyle. She swam 27.84 in the 50 metre butterfly to break the old mark of 29.41 and swam 58.57 seconds to break the old record of 1 minute, 01.12 in the 100 metre freestyle.
Immaculate tallied 802 points to retain their girls’ title ahead of St Andrew High and Montego Bay High with 340 and 119 points respectively.
Wolmer’s Boys dethroned Campion College as they scored 619 points with Kingston College second with 303 points and Jamaica College third with 174.