The days of the dolphin tales of these marine athletics has finally come with the verbal possibilities of amazing talents to an actual breath-taking insight into them all wound up in a two days swimming gala.
The Inter-Hall Swimming Gala kicked off on November 13th and concluded on November 15th. It has been a bloodthirsty exhilarating exercise and by studies is the best recommended exercise as per calorie count.
Every hall was quite represented by skillful swimmers and the winning hall got to take home a majestic trophy. Nsibirwa and Nkurumah were unable to send representatives to uphold their legacy. Some of the devoted and passionate swimmers will soon be going to Dodoma in December to represent the Makerere throne in the Inter University Challenges.
Every swimmer was quite the shark in the water each faster than the previous proving to be more impressive and talented.
One particular source quoted that you just can’t show up to the gala unprepared and expect miracles to happen. These swimmers undergo a tight training schedule just for us to keep track of them in the waters.
The ladies’ halls each had their fair share of wins and morale coming from the supporters. However the gentlemen’s halls proved to be quite the hurdle. Livingston and Mitchell continued to defend and win the various rallies with significant swimmers such as Timothy Asiimwe from Livingstone and Allan Seboya from Mitchell.
It was definitely not the trilogy to miss out on. The mighty swimming coach should be upheld for his epic training and guidance to these amazing stars as he continually gives them the skills to emerge best in the gala and a big shout out to the swimmers to keep up the great work. They could be able to outcompete Aquaman and the dolphins of Atlantis in the near future.