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October 08, 2013 | Latin America: Panamá

Swimming Invitational Games

By Maryorie Patiño

Special Olympics Panama held last Saturday, the 2013 Swimming Invitational Games in order to determine the performance of athletes for future national and international competitions, as well as providing a new competitive experience for athletes in this discipline. A total of 70 athletes, from different regions of the country, met in the pool Eileen Coparropa from 8:30 am to test their talents for swimming and win new medals as athletes. Preliminary competitions were held the beginning of the day that allowed judges to unify averages for each swimmer. In the afternoon, final competitions were held in different categories: N1: 25 meters: Back and Free N2: 50 meters: Chest, back and free N3: 100 meters: Chest, back, free.

About Maryorie Patiño: Directora de Conocimiento público

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