Christina Perumal Leads AIS to Glory in Swimming Championship

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In a dazzling aquatic spectacle, Asian International School’s swimming prodigy, Christina Perumal, emerged as the undisputed champion in the Under-20 category at the 28th Inter-International Swimming Championship. The Sugathadasa Stadium Swimming Pool witnessed her exceptional talent as she clinched three gold medals, etching her name in the annals of TISSL swimming championship history.

Christina’s performances were nothing short of extraordinary, propelling her to victory in the 200m Individual Medley, 50m Breaststroke, and 100m Breaststroke events. With clock timings that mirrored precision and speed — 2:44.45 in the 200m IM, 36.45 in the 50m Breaststroke, and 1:20.16 in the 100m Breaststroke finals — she showcased a mastery of the water that left spectators in awe.

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This triumphant display not only brought individual glory to Christina but also propelled AIS, the tournament organizer, to a commendable sixth position in the fiercely contested 21-team TISSL tournament that unfolded over two days.

Christina’s exceptional triple gold medals contributed to the Asian International School swimming team’s remarkable tally — nine gold medals, six silver medals, and twelve bronze medals. This collective success of 27 medals firmly positioned AIS as one of the top-performing teams among the 21 schools in the competition.

As the ripples of Christina’s victories settle, her triumphant journey not only stands as a testament to individual excellence but also mirrors the commitment of AIS to fostering a culture of sporting achievement. Christina Perumal’s golden triumph sends a resounding message, echoing the school’s dedication to nurturing talent and making waves in the competitive swimming.

In conclusion, the 28th edition of the event, adeptly organized by Asian International School, adhered to systematic approaches for flawless execution, preventing any hitches. The Asian International School Sports Department, under the guidance of Head of Sports Ms. Nihara Bagoos, played a pivotal role in the success of the tournament.



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