Angel Cogswell continues to swim

Angel Cogswell(Angel) Alex placed 6th overall in the 50 freestyle at the Mexican Swimming Nationals the first part of December, held in Guadalajara this year. He also qualified to represent the state of Jalisco in three relays earning a second place silver medal in the medley (butterfly, back, breast stroke and he swam the ending freestyle, improving his time each time he swam during the meet.
International Institute shows the other side of his students. The guys besides being good students in their stufies, stand in extra-curricular activities which fill us with pride.
Such is the case of Young Angel Flores Cogswell, excellent student of the 9th grade of the International Institute and who as a good athlete, excelling in this competence Swim made during these days in Guadalajara.
Angel’s specialty is the free or crawl 50 meters. He competed against 127 men, average age between 13 and 14, in the Scotiabank Aquatics Center in Guadalajara.
Heather Angel Cogswell’s mother was very grateful for the support that the Institute gave his son during his competition

About mcogswell2

I am a retired minister of the United Church of Canada. I am currently Editor of the Cogswell Courier, the newsletter of the Cogswell Family Association.
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