Kaheem Lozer and Zaneta Alvaranga of Kaizen Swim Club were among the standouts at the Dean Martin meet at the stadium pool, on the weekend.

Lozer admitted he got off to a slow start but eventually delivered big in the 200, 100 and 50-metres Freestyle.

However, It was his 100-metres Butterfly where he showed the most improvement delivering a 59.92-seconds from his previous best of 1.minute-2-point-8-seconds.

Alvaranga swimming only two events of the meet due to minor injury produced two meet records.

In the 200-metres Breaststroke she swam 2-minutes-59-point-86- seconds to lower the previous meet record of 3-minutes-point-23- seconds set by Ella Plunkett of the Cayman Islands in 2015.

She later returned to cover the one lap event in 26.34 seconds to lower the 13-14 girls National Age Group record of 26.48 seconds set by Emily MacDonald last year.