2021 Junior Pan American Games - Multi Sports
Date : Nov. 25 to Dec. 5, 2021
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2021 Junior Pan American is the first edition of the tournament. Winners are the tournament direct qualify in 2023 Pan American Games. Junior Pan American Games 2021 are already started and held in Cali, Colombia. Check here the details of best swimmers Myeisha Sharrieff and Finn Moseley as of late showed up in the 2021 Junior Pan Am Games in the game of swimming.
Contending in the Women’s 50m Freestyle, Sharrieff completed third in heat one by contacting the divider in a period of 28.5, setting her in 33rd position generally. Moseley swam an individual best in the Men’s 50m Freestyle, completing second in heat two by timing a period of 24.51. Moseley’s time saw him finish 24th generally speaking.
Swimmers Myeisha Sharrieff and Finn Moseley began competing in the Junior Pan Am Games in Colombia. Sharrieff recorded a personal best in the women’s 100m butterfly, finishing second in her heat touching the wall in a time of 1:09.56 which placed her 22nd overall.
Taking to the pool for the men’s 100m butterfly, Mosely finished fifth in heat 1, clocking a time of 1:00.98 — which was also a personal best — and saw him finish 21st overall. Myeisha Sharrieff was back in the pool for the second day of competition in the Junior Pan Am Games in Colombia, however unfortunately the island’s second swimmer Finn Moseley was unable to compete due to a shoulder injury.
Sharrieff competed in heat two of the women’s 100m backstroke where she finished 7th in her haat touching the wall in a personal best time of 1:08.51, which saw her finish 16th overall, earning her a spot in the B final.
About Madelyn Moore
Bermudian swimmer Madelyn Moore — who competes for the University of Northern Colorado — broke the school record in the 50m freestyle.
The University’s report said, “It’s only the first day of the Mid-Season invitational but Northern Colorado is out to prove the Bears are a force to reckoned with this season. Following 20 lifetime best swims, three NIC qualifying times and a school record, UNC sits third with 173 points in a deeply talented meet.
“Beginning with the 200 free relay, the team of Saana Liikonen, AJ Popp, Payten Irwin and Madelyn Moore swam nearly three seconds faster than they did at Wyoming two weeks ago. Their time of 1:31.39 was just .07 seconds off a school record and only bested by the squad from UC San Diego.
“We’re only halfway through the season and Madelyn Moore is already hitting a frightening pace for opponents. Moore outswam everyone in the 50 free, broke her school record and secured an NCAA ‘B’ cut time with a 22.20.
“Moore, Liikonen, Bergin and Chelaine van der Westhuizen bookended a powerful first day in St. George with a massive victory in the 400 medley relay. Close to another school record, the quartet turned in a time of 3:41.86 to carry a mountain of momentum into day two.”