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STANDOUT Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter will hope to put his three-week Tenerife camp lessons to good use when he suits up for the TYR Pro Swim Series in Mission Viejo, California, USA.
After returning from the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands last Wednesday, the 25-year-old is re-acclimatising this week before that five-day meet splashes off tomorrow night,
The First Citizens Sports Foundation will broadcast its Annual Sports Awards show on Sunday, March 28 on TV6 and CNC3.
The Foundation, headed by Chairman Dr Terry Ali and aided by sporting associations—through the nomination of athletes—has worked through an exhaustive and thorough process in deciding on the various winners.
Today, we feature the 34 Senior nominees in the hunt for the 2020 Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards.
TOP local male and female swimmers Dylan Carter and Cherelle Thompson will be among some 20 athletes who will splash into action in the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Short Course Time Trial (25-metre) today from 6 p.m. at the National Aquatic Centre (NAC) in Balmain, Couva.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO’S top swimmer Dylan Carter finished down the field in the men’s freestyle 50-metre final before picking up a first place finish in the men’s 4x100-metre freestyle relay, as his Los Angeles Current (LAC) team comfortably moved towards securing a spot in next weekend’s Grande Finale of the 2020 International Swimming League (ISL) competition.
Sport and Community Development minister Shamfa Cudjoe has congratulated national swimmer Dylan Carter for his outstanding recent performance at the International Swimming League (ISL) and has encouraged him to remain disciplined, focused and committed, according to a release.