PSL gives honor to Ma. Claire Adorna and McTracy John Alindogan as PSL's Most Outstanding Swimmers of the Year. Jasmine Micaela Mojdeh and Michael Gabriel Lozada as PSL's Rookie of the Year. Richard Ryan Robles as PSL's Coach of the Year and Benjamin Luna as Lifetime Achievement Awardee.
The PSL was born out of necessity, conceived of by a former Asian Gamer who saw the utter deterioration of a sport she had brought to the doorsteps of the Olympics, expanded it with the help of former swimming greats, sustained its growth and turned it into what is now a shining example of effective grassrootsdevelopment for future Olympians.
The Philippine Swimming League, the national sports association for swimming of the Federation of School Sports Associations of the Philippines and the longest running swimming grassroots program in the country, has accredited 18 swimmers that met the qualifying standards for the 2014 Western Province Aquatics (WPA) Swimming Gala to be held at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) Aquatics Center in Cape Town on February 8-9, 2013.
The Philippine Swim League (PSL), the National Sports Association for swimming of the Federation of School Sports Associations of the Philippines, begins its countdown to the 2015 Universiade with the staging of the Manila Times College Swimming Championship on January 26 at the Rizal Memorial Swimming Pool in Manila.
Veteran campaigner Ma. Paula Angela Villamil sizzled with five gold medals Sunday to become one of the most outstanding swimmers (MOS) in the 51st Philippine Swimming League (PSL) Series, dubbed Pamaskong Handog ng PSL, held at the Diliman Preparatory School (DPS) in Quezon City last weekend.
Philippine Swimming League (PSL) President Susan Papa branded the year 2013 as a banner year for swimming after successful stints in some international tournaments and producing high-caliber young swimmers from different parts of the country.
Eighteen swimmers have met the qualifying standards for the 2014 Western Province Aquatics (WPA) Swimming Gala to be held at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) Aquatics Center in Cape Town on February 8 to 9.
Promising tankers Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh, Maurice Sacho Ilustre and McTracy Alindogan shared the limelight by winning gold medals on Saturday in the 51st Philippine Swimming League (PSL) Series dubbed as Pamaskong Handog ng PSL