Tara Ćulibrk wins silver at city-wide swimming competition

It's no surprise to see Savremena’s students bring medals and laurels to the school.

This time, International School Savremena’s student Tara Ćulibrk achieved great success by swimming her way to silver in the freestyle race at the city-wide swimming competition held on Tuesday, 30 October at the SRC 11th April swimming pool.

Tara finished second and won silver in the 3rd and 4th grade category by swimming 100 m in just 1:00:88.

Notable results by other students from Savremena

Savremena’s students achieved excellent results at the city-wide swimming competition in the past, and this year notable results have been achieved by students of Savremena Gimnazija: Isidora Dimkić finished second and won a silver medal in the 100 m race in the 1st and 2nd grade category with the time 1:02:80, Dora Vaščanin from class I-5 won 9th place in the freestyle race, and Petar Stanković from class III-4 earned 10th place in the same event.

We congratulate Tara and the other students on their achievements and we look forward to the upcoming competitions.

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