UAAP Swimming Season 80 has once again showcased the domination of CAL Swim School at this immensely awaited event last October 12-15 at the Rizal Memorial Stadium. A total of 61 CAL swimmers from Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), University of the Philippines (UP) and University of Santo Tomas (UST) have greatly contributed to their […]
This season of the UAAP Swimming Championships brought out the hearts in our CAL swimmers as they fought with valor to bring their respective school the success it deserves. A total 51 student-athletes representing Atenedo de Manila University (ADMU), University of the Philippines (UP) and University of Santo Tomas (UST) have given pride not just […]
All CAL teams worked together and finished their 2015 season with incredible performances at the 6th Speedo Short Course National Championship last December 10-13, at the Valle Verde Country Club. ≈ With a total of 90 CAL qualifiers for the 2015 Short Course Nationals, our teams and coaches of Ayala Harpoons Swim Club (AHSC) led […]
A handful of the junior CAL tankers travelled to Cebu city for the 2015 Batang Pinoy Nationals last November 27-29 and brought pride to their respective cities with numerous medal winning performances and record breaking swims. 12 year old superstar, Miguel Barreto, took the meet by storm, winning 5 out of 5 individual events including […]
Last October 22-25, our CAL Swim School tankers have delivered A+ performances and not only brought points for their respective schools, but promoted the highest level of sportsmanship amongst each other despite representing different alma maters at the 78th UAAP Swimming Championships in Rizal Memorial Stadium.
CAL swimmers continue to race harder and swim faster, garnering outstanding results at 38th Southeast Asian Age Group Swimming Championship held last 6-8thof June, in Singapore.
CAL Swimmers dominated their competition at recently concluded 2013 Batang Pinoy National Swimming Championship held at Panaad Sports Complex Swimming Pool, Bacolod City last January 22-24, 2014. They won a total of 11 Gold, 11 Silver, and 6 Bronze medals leading the Quezon City Team to the swimming and overall Championship.