A wide variety of swimmers from Hastings Public School competed on the North Coast Swimming Carnival on March 7. The group of swimmers certified to wait for the meet after doing correctly at their college swimming carnival and the district swimming carnival in February. Students Tim Lawrence and Meredith Davies said they’d a great time competing with students from plenty of other faculties. “For me, swimming is increasing my confidence at faculty and just normally as I revel in swimming with my buddies and competing,” Tim said. “On the day there was some stiff opposition, and we all did our pleasant.” “The competition was a piece intimidating as there were masses of ladies who have been tall and fast within the water, but all of us had an excellent time,” Meredith said.
Kaeleb Morris and Eliana Morten each said they love getting in the water. “For me, swimming is a social factor I get to visit and spot all my buddies,” Eliana stated. “I favor swimming within the relay because it’s miles a part of a crew, so all of us have to paintings collectively.” “At the carnival, I saw within the 100m freestyle, after which the 50m freestyle, backstroke, butterfly and within the relay,” Kaeleb said. “It becomes a first-rate day.”