Zimbabwe Retain Cana Zone IV Swimming Championship Title

by | Apr 18, 2022

Zimbabwe claim clean sweep victory to retain honours at the Cana Zone IV Swimming Championship at the Lusaka Olympic Swimming pool in Zambia.

Olympian Donata Katai won 8 medals, 5 individual and 3 in relay events. Also on top of their game were the Chandiwana siblings, Tafadzwa and Tanatswa, who put up  outstanding performances in relay events.

Zimbabwe headed into the final day of the competition with a strong lead as Tori Dawe, Ruvarashe Choto, Tanatswa Chandiwana and Tafadzwa Chandiwana claiming gold in the girls U14 200m freestyle relay.

Donata Katai, Riana Rollo, Vheneka Demba and Tanatsirwa Chitsurura also won gold in the girls’ 15/over 200m freestyle.

In the end, Zimbabwe amassed 2,735 points as they successfully defended their title. Mozambique came second, while host nation Zambia settled for bronze.

 

Combined Cana Zone IV Swimming Championship Results:
1.Zimbabwe 2,735
2.Mozambique 1,987.50
3.Zambia 1,928
4.South Africa 1,761
5.Namibia 1,685
6.Botswana 1,473.50
7.Kenya 1,065
8.Angola 1,005
9.Tanzania 902
10.Uganda 790

Women’s Results:
1.Zimbabwe
2.South Africa
3.Zambia
4.Namibia
5.Kenya
6.Botswana
7.Mozambique
8.Angola
9.Uganda
10.Tanzania
11.Eswatini
12.Seychelles
13.Malawi

 

Photo 1 Caption: Zimbabwe claim clean sweep victory to retain honours at the Cana Zone IV Swimming Championship at the Lusaka Olympic Swimming pool in Zambia. Photo: Swimming Zimbabwe (Facebook)

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