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  • Yorke splashes fly treble gold

    Kael Yorke continued his impressive CARIFTA meet in Bahamas by winning gold on Monday evening in the 200 metre butterfly in a personal best 2:09.98. Yorke won ahead of Luis Sebastian Weekes of Barbados (2:11.18) and John Bodden of Cayman Islands (2:11.42). The 15-17 swimmer has won the 50, 100 and 200 fly in this…

  • 13-14 girls splash CARIFTA relay record

    13-14 girls splash CARIFTA relay record April 17, 2017 | Jason Wickham – PRO ASATT Same Team, Different Hue: Harley, Chatoor, Allen and Donahue (left to right) with their silver medals from the 4 x 100 free relay. The quartet won gold in the medley relay on Sunday Night Jahmia Harley, Gabriela Donahue, Regan…

  • Thompson, Donahue aim for gold

    National Record holders Jeron Thompson and Gabriela Donahue signalled their golden intentions with creditable swims in the 50m breaststroke preliminaries this morning. Thompson who was the silver medallist in the 15-17 50m breast in the 2016 CARIFTA Champs in Martinique, holds the T & T national record of 29.00. He swam a comfortable 30.18 to…

  • Carter wins gold in Arena Pro Swim Series

    T & T Olympian Dylan Carter won gold in the men’s 200 metre freestyle in the 2017 Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa Arizona. Carter who recently had an outstanding NCAA Championships meet won in 1:48.45, just 0.01 off his own national record. The silver was won by Brazilian Joao de Luca with a 1:49.51,…

  • Haynes: T&T Open Water team will represent

    Trinidad and Tobago has entered a seven athlete team to compete in the CARIFTA Open Water Championships on April 19th at Long Wharf Beach in Nassau Bahamas. Hazel Haynes was entrusted with the responsibility of being the Head Coach of the Open Water team and even though she expects her charges to have stiff…

  • CARIFTA SWIM TEAM FUNDING 2017

    When the Officers of the Association were elected in October 2016, we were aware that we would meet some challenges in not only organizing the Association, but also restoring public trust and confidence within and outside the fraternity. We had pledged to be transparent in our dealings with all our stakeholders. Parents are very…

  • Holy Name top schools swim meet

    Holy Name Convent (Port of Spain) claimed the lion’s share of top awards at the recently-concluded bmobile-sponsored Amateur Swimming Association (ASATT) National Secondary School Championships at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva. Holy Name (HNC) copped the Best North School, Top Female School and Best Female Team (non-competitive) titles at the annual swim meet,…

  • ASATT represented at World Aquatics Convention

    Recently-elected president of the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Wendell Lai Hing represented local swimming’s interests at the three-day 2016 FINA World Aquatics Convention (FWAC) in Windsor, Canada, that concluded on Sunday. The mission of FWAC is “to provide a platform on which the global aquatics family and business leaders come…