Water Sports

Water Sports

  • ASATT Congratulates Jeron Thompson

    The Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago would like to express its heartiest congratulations to Jeron Thompson on his achievement of Trinidad and Tobago’s first ever swimming medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games. Jeron has valiantly represented Team TTO from the developmental team of Goodwill, straight up to the junior elite team of…

  • 21 Teams for CCCAN Water Polo

    The countdown to the CCCAN Waterpolo Championships is on and the teams are getting ready to come to our twin island republic in our world class National Aquatic Centre to compete from June 22nd – June 28. Teams Participating:Under 15 Male: Bahamas & Trinidad & Tobago Under 18 Male: Puerto Rico, Barbados, Jamaica, and…

  • 15 TTO athletes for CCCAN Open Water

    Fifteen athletes have been chosen by the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) to represent the country at the CCCAN Open Water Championships on the 24th and 26th June at Turtle Beach Tobago. The team is managed by Peter Bynoe with Hazel Haynes being the Head Coach. The open water competition consists…

  • 50 Fly Record for Harley

    Jahmia Harley of Tidal Wave Aquatics established a new 13-14 female national record in the 50m butterfly on Day three (Saturday night) of the National Open Long Course Championships at the National Aquatic Centre in Balmain Couva.┬áThe multiple Carifta gold medallist won silver in the open event in a time of 29.01 seconds. 20…

  • Four golds for Anthony, Blackett

    Four golds for Anthony, Blackett May 29, 2017 | Jason Wickham – PRO ASATT Promising 10 and under athletes Zachary Anthony of Marlins Swim Club and Joy Blackett of Tidal Wave Aquatics swam to four victories on Sunday night at National Open Long Course Championships. The duo won the 200 individual medley, 100m backstroke,…

  • Swimmers return for Long Course Splash

    2 time Olympian Sharntelle Mc Lean and decorated national standout Cherelle Thompson are making a return to the pool at the National Open Long Course Championships (NOLC) from May 25th to 28th at the National Aquatic Centre in Balmain Couva. This meet is the last qualifier for Team Trinidad and Tobago for the CCCAN…

  • Surf N Turf lands Tobago Billfish title

    Surf N Turf lands Tobago Billfish title.   By Clayton Clarke (sportscoretobago@gmail.com)     CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Tue, May 9) Surf N Turf emerged as the champion boat at the 22nd Tobago International Billfishing tournament which ended on Saturday (May 6). The Barry St. George-led crew ended the three-day competition with 3750 points to top…

  • Magic Lady land six catches on final day

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Saturday, May, 6): 4:30pm; Magic Lady stole spotlight on the final day of the 22nd Tobago International Billfish tournament on Saturday. The Trinidad-based crew recorded six releases and landings (four sailfish, one blue marlin and one dolphin). Captain Francois Mouttett led by example and held on to one sailfish just around 9:10am.…

  • Black Child 2 off to strong start on final day

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Saturday, May, 6): 11:00am; Grenadian boat Black Child 2 made a bid to move up the points table on the final day of the 22nd annual Tobago Billfish Tournament in Charlotteville earlier today (Saturday). Captain Geoffrey Telesford caught and released the first fish of the day when he held on to a…

  • Surf N Turf still ahead at Tobago Billfish

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Friday, May, 5): Surf N Turf remains ahead after the second day of the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfish Tournament on Thursday. The Barry Singh George led crew tallied 3750 points to continue to lead the twelve- boat International division. The team did not have a successful day as on the first…

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