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White and Mojdeh Eye Slots for 2025 SEA Games After Standout Performances

White and Mojdeh

Following their impressive showings at the recent Asian Age Group Championships, Heather White and Jasmine Mojdeh are determined to capitalize on their success and earn berths in the Philippine team for the upcoming Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) qualifiers. Here are some details according to the report of Manila Bulletin.

Heather White’s Ambitions

Hailing from the Philippines, Fil-British swimmer Heather White, currently based in Vietnam, expressed her commitment to maximizing her potential and striving for excellence. Having clinched two bronze medals at the Asian Age Group Championships, White is eager to continue her rigorous training regimen. She aims to prepare for the SEAG qualifiers in August.

Reflecting on her experience at the championships, White emphasized the valuable lessons she learned. Particularly in managing nerves and stress, as well as optimizing recovery between races. With her sights set on the SEA Games, White is dedicated to honing her skills and making significant strides in her swimming career.

Jasmine Mojdeh’s Determination

Similarly, 17-year-old Jasmine Mojdeh secured a bronze medal in the girls’ 15-17 200m butterfly event. She determines to vie for a spot in the Philippine team for the SEAG qualifiers. With aspirations to represent her country in Thailand next year, Mojdeh remains focused on her training. She dedicates herself to preparing for the upcoming tryouts.

Contributions to Team PH

Among other standout performers, Jamesray Ajido showcased exceptional talent, securing three medals, including one gold, one silver, and one bronze. As Team PH concluded the championships with six medals, Ajido’s contributions underscored the team’s competitiveness and potential on the regional stage.

Overall..

As Heather White, Jasmine Mojdeh, and their fellow swimmers gear up for the SEAG qualifiers, their determination and dedication serve as inspirations. They inspire aspiring athletes across the Philippines. With their sights set on representing their country at the highest level, these talented individuals exemplify the spirit of perseverance. They showcase excellence in the world of swimming.

 

Read Also: Philippine Hosting of Asian Age Group Swimming Championship: A Resounding Success

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Written by Marjo Piedad

Traveler | Foodie | CONTENT EDITOR
📍Cebu, Philippines
 
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