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Lamar Taylor smashes Bahamian 50 back record with World Champs B time of 25.52

The reigning NCAA Division II Swimmer of the Year Bahamian Lamar Taylor translated his hot yards form to the Olympic sized pool. Competing at the TYR Pro Swim Series stop in Westmont, Illinois in early April the Henderson State University star put his 50 metre backstroke PB of 25.99 on notice with a heats swim of 26.08.

Jamaica: Sidrell Williams wins 100 free Gold in CAC qualifying mark 

Jamaican Sidrell Williams captured his first 100 metre title at the 2023 edition of the Puerto Rico International Swimming open. After a Silver medal effort in 2019 52.49 (heats 52.15) and fourth last year 52.89 (52.42 heats) he worked his way to the top of the podium in San Juan.

Jamaican Christanya Shirley wins Silver in 50 free in 2023 CARIFTA 

Jamaican Christanya Shirley won Silver in 50 free in 26.66 in the 2023 CARIFTA Aquatics Championships. Shirley sizzles in CARIFTA 15-17 debut

Jilian Crooks creates CARIFTA swimming history in 100 free

Jilian Crooks sets new PB, CR, NR in PAN AM A time of 56.44 in the 2023 CARIFTA Aquatics Championships, which was recently held in Curaçao.

Trinidad and Tobago: Liam Carrington wins 13-14 CARIFTA swimming backstroke

Liam Carrington's of Trinidad and Tobago 13-14 CARIFTA backstroke sweeps put him on the cusp of being all-time best from the region in that stroke. 

SWIMMING: Jordan Crooks wins Southeastern Conference Swimmer of Year award

Cayman Islands Jordan Crooks of the University of Tennessee secured victory at the Southeastern Conference Swimmer of the Year award.

Barbados Swim team wins 35 medals at CARIFTA Aquatics Championship

The Barbados Swim team finished fifth with 474 points from a total of 10 gold, 10 silver and 15 bronze medals when the 36th CARIFTA Aquatics Championships ended in Curacao over the last weekend

SWIMMING: Heidi Stoute dazzles with CARIFTA Gold medals in 100, 200, 400, 800 ,1500 and 5k

Heidi Stoute in her first year of the 13-14 age group put on a near total domination of the freestyle

Guyanese Raekwon Noel ends CARIFTA career with 400 free Gold in NR of 4:03.57

In a pool named for a great swimmer Enith Brigitha who had historic swims for herself and the region Guyanese Raekwon Noel created history for himself and his nation at the 2023 CARIFTA swimming championship in Curaçao.

Jillian Crooks of Cayman Islands takes CARIFTA sprint butterfly double in times of 27.82

The 2023 CARIFTA Championships are being held in Curaçao. The pool in named after the legendary Olympic medallist Enith Brigitha

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