SEASAC is an organization in South-East Asia that extends from Hong Kong, China to Surabaya, Indonesia and includes 13 schools from six different countries. SEASAC (abbreviated for South East Asia Student Activities Conference) aims to promote student/ school activities which provide and encourage opportunities for healthy competition, pursuit of excellence, social and cultural interaction and the development of friendships within the region of South East Asia.
This year's SEASAC Swimming Championship took place in Bangkok Patana School, Bangna in Bangkok from 8 - 9 March, 2013. Some IBSC swimmers from the international schools in Kuala Lumpur have the chance to participate in this premier sports league where we witness some international-level swimmers racing among the school kids in a competitive environment.
Parents who couldn't accompany their children to the meet were able to follow the meet closely as the host school provided live streaming via the internet. What's more captivating was that the results were instantaneously updated in the Meet Mobile Apps complete with swimmers' timings, placings, scores, etc, so that supporters across the region can access the swim results in a flash.
|Meet Mobile, a friendly companion for swimmers and swim parents|
The IBSC swimmers who represented their respective schools in this meet were Anjali Lim, Bradley Lim, Claudia Lim, Howard Sim, Kenneth Ong and Zoe Bowden. Congratulations to the IBSC swimmers for their great achievements and improvement in their PBs.
Special mention goes to Anjali Lim who was placed 3rd position overall for U12 girls.
|Anjali Lim swam to her gold in 100m butterfly. She also collected 4 more silver in other events.|
|Kenneth Ong grabbed 2 gold and 1 silver in all the breaststroke events|
|Zoe Bowden accomplished 1 silver and 3 bronze in a highly competitive meet as she has to swim alongside with some elite swimmers in her group|
|Bradley Lim with a nice push-off for his favourite backstroke, collected points for his school|
|Claudia Lim improved in her PBs and gained valued experience in the meet|
See Full Results of SEASAC 2013 here.