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Students to splash and grab more titles at second meet

Students to splash and grab more titles at second meet

Logos International School will host the second ISSAPP Swim Meet of the season at the Cambodian Country Club this Saturday.

Warm-up laps will be held from 7:30am, with the event’s races to start at 8am. The usual 52 events, including individual and relay races, have been scheduled for the swimmers aged between 8 and 18 years.

The previous event held at Northbridge on October 4 witnessed 15 records broken across all age categories. The third meet is slated for Saturday January 31, to be hosted by iCAN school at the Olympic Stadium pool.


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