Eight members of Seven Mile Swimmers traveled to Jamaica Dec. 14-18, 2018, with their coach Darren Mew, for the ASAJ Christmas Open and Christmas Breezer swim meets, held at the National Aquatic Centre in Kingston.

These were long course meets with prelims and finals for 11 and over, and timed finals for 10 and under swimmers.

The squad broke over 20 team long course records, with Sierrah Broadbelt setting a new Cayman national record for 9-10 girls 200 backstroke, dropping more than 30 seconds off the previously held record set in 2002.

Coach Darren Mew said this was a great meet and he would like to see it on the calendar this year.


  • Sierrah Broadbelt: Silver – 50 back, Silver – 50 fly, Bronze – 200 back, Bronze – 100 fly, Bronze – 200 individual medley, Bronze – 100 back, 4th place – 100 free.
  • Will Sellars: Bronze – 200 back, 4th place finals 50 back, 4th place 200 individual medley.
  • Leila Kirkconnell: Gold – 200 fly, Bronze – 400 free relay, Bronze – 400 medley relay.
  • Kathryn Lambert-Wragg: Bronze – 400 free relay, 4th place finals 200 back.
  • Teagan Nash: Bronze – 400 medley relay.
  • Jasmine Lambert-Wragg: Silver – 400 freestyle, Bronze – 800 freestyle, Bronze – 400 free relay, Bronze – 400 medley relay, 4th place finals for 200 free and 200 back.
  • Nadia Simmonds: Bronze – 400 free relay, Bronze – 400 medley relay, 4th place finals for 50 back, 100 back and 200 individual medley.
  • Girls 200 free relay: 5th place – Jasmine, Leila, Kathryn and Nadia.

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