TT SWIMMERS Zoe Anthony and Jada Chatoor grabbed a silver and bronze medal respectively at the Carifta Swimming Open Water 5km race held on Thursday at Carlisle Bay, Barbados.
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USA-based Dylan Carter and Joshua Romany were both in record breaking form as T&T swimmers continued to enjoy stellar performances at the 30th Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championship continued at the National Aquatic Centre, in Balmain, Couva on Friday night.
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley has congratulated the Trinidad and Tobago athletes for their excellent achievement at the 2017 Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championships, which concluded at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva, on Sunday.
Gabriella Donahue was a double winner as T&T bagged five gold medals in a first night haul of ten, to lie second on the points table when the first night of finals were completed at the 2017 Carifta Swimming Championships at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Centre in Nassau Bahamas on Saturday.
Host T&T claimed an historic first ever overall title when the 30th Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championship concluded at the National Aquatic Centre, in Balmain, Couva, on Sunday night, holding off the challenge of Puerto Rico.
Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter said his silver medal swim in the Men’s 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division I men’s Swimming and Diving Championships was significant for the country and him personally.