Saturday, 31 May 2014

Christina first to break SUKMA 2014 record in 100m breaststroke

Christina Loh was the first swimmer to break the SUKMA 2014 record on the opening day of the swimming championship in Kangar, Perlis when she bettered her own record of 1:12.41 made in Sukma 2012, Kuantan with a renewed time of 1:12.23 in the 100m breaststroke event.

The silver was won by Phee Jinq En (Sel) 1:13.03 and the bronze by Gan Xin Jie (Png) 1:15.36.

Christina delighted with her 2 individual gold in her pet events.
On the second day, Christina wrapped up her individual events in 50m breaststroke as she swam to gold in 33.55s ahead of Selangor's Phee Jinq En (33.68s) and Koh Jia Yi (34.11s).

Together with the Wilayah's relay team, Christina also won silver in the 4x100m freestyle relay and 4x100m medley relay.

The 4x100m medley relay girls, L-R : Tan Rou Ying, Christina Loh, Ong Min Fen and Mak Ai Sin, winning silver

As a national athlete, Christina is limited to compete in 2 individual and 2 relay events only.

Christina's medals collection

Christina being introduced in her 50m breaststroke swim where she claimed gold
Christina swimming neck to neck with Phee Jinq En in 50m breaststroke event

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