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SEC Championships - Day Five
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SEC Championships - Day Four
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Thursday 02/20
SEC Championships - Day Three
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Wednesday 02/19
SEC Championships - Day Two
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Tuesday 02/18
SEC Championships - Day One
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Saturday 02/01
Swim & Dive
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Shana J. Lim
Position: Back
Height: 5'3"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Singapore
High School: University of Idaho
Experience: 2 Letters
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Shana Lim Bio
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 09/29/2013
JUNIOR (2012-13): Lim rewrote the record books in the 100-yard backstroke, breaking the record in her first dual-meet with the Razorbacks. Lim broke her school record in the 100 backstroke twice with a 53.95 in the prelims at the Houston Cougar Invite and a 53.66 in the finals. Lim also tallied four individual event wins and eight wins as a member of Arkansas’ ‘A’ relay team. One of Lim’s signature moments came in the dual meet against Kansas, as Arkansas was attempting to sweep all 16 events. Lim mounted a comeback in the last 25 yards of the 100 butterfly, an off event for the backstroker, to keep Arkansas’ sweep alive. As a member of the relay team, the redshirt sophomore was the leadoff swimmer in the 200 medley relay team that went undefeated in dual-meet action. At the 2013 SEC Championships, Lim helped Arkansas to an NCAA ‘A’ Cut time of 1:37.79 in the 200 medley relay, the first NCAA ‘A’ cut time in Razorback history. The time earned Arkansas a trip to the NCAA Championships and was the 12th-fastest time in the nation. 

SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Lim redshirted after transferring from the University of Idaho.

AT IDAHO: As a freshman at Idaho, Lim earned first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors, became the WAC champion and record-holder in the 100 backstroke, and set Idaho records in the 100 and 200 backstrokes. Lim was also part of relay teams that broke Idaho records in the 200 and 400 medley relays. Lim also competed in 100 and 200 backstroke at the NCAA Championships. 

PERSONAL: Lim was born May 11, 1993 in Singapore to Lim Jit Dong and Corinne Lim. Lim competed on the Singapore junior national swim team starting at the age of nine, and at 14 became the youngest member of the national team. She represented Singapore in both the 2011 and 2009 FINA World Swimming Championships. Lim swam for Swimfast Aquatic Club in Singapore. She has one younger brother Darren, and plans to major in criminal justice at Arkansas.

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