ISACK Boys Swimming Competion
The KNES Swim team competed in the fifth ISACK Boys Swimming championships
on November 29th. It was a great challenge for KNES swimmers to
compete against more than 7 British schools, and the school team was able to
get advanced positions in all races, as swimmer Adam Mustafa was able to
get first place in the 50m Backstroke race U15 . Competitor Hussein Al-Qallaf achieved
second place in the 5m butterfly race under 15, and the simmer Charbel Shenoda
got Second place in the 50m Backstroke race under 13, Raphael Remon got
third place in the 100m Freestyle race under 13 years, and he get 2nd place in
50m Freestyle race, and our relay team got second place in the 4 x25m freestyle
Relay U13. It was a very entertaining competition and healthy competition between
the British Private Schools of Kuwait.
Proud of our Team!