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ASATT Invitational 2013 DAY 1

The first event of ASATT Invitational was taken by Margaux Harvey-Read of Pirates Swim Club, Barbados, clocking in ahead of our local girls; Jada Chai, Atlantis and Vrisnelit Faure, Aerios Aquatechs in the 11-12 400m freestyle. The Bajan club went on to take the 13-14 girls, Alexis Clarke and the 11-12 boys, Luis-Sebastian Weekes in the same event. Alex Sober of Alpha Sharks, also of Barbados managed to defeat local open water champion Christian Marsden in the 13-14 boys category.

In the younger age groups Jahmia Harley; Tidal Wave Aquatics, fresh from her success at the National Short Course Championships held last month, took the 9-10, 50m Backstroke. Her teammate, Aqueel Joseph was not as successful as Lleyton Martin of Wadadi Aquatic Racers; Antigua took the top spot in the boy’s version of this event.

An exciting race for the night was the boys 11-12 Backstroke where top locals; Jeron Thompson; Atlantis and Kael Yorke; Tidal Wave put up a fight with Grenadian Delron Felix of Grenfin Swim Club. Felix touched the wall first in a time 30.78; Yorke second with 30.82 and Thompson with 30.96; less than half a second separating these swimmers. Yorke and Thompson were at it again in the 200m Butterfly this time with Weekes of Pirates Swim Club being the foreigner in the mix. This race, however was not as close as the previous one, with the swimmers placing, first, third and second respectively.

Another close race was between David Mcleod, Atlantis and Jabari Baptiste, Marlins in the 15 and over 50m Backstroke. Mcloed hit the wall in 27.24 while Baptiste touched in 27.73. The swimmers would be competing every day until Sunday 16th December, 2013 at Marlins Swimming Pool, St. Anthony’s College Grounds, Westmoorings. For more results of day one you can visit www.swimtt.com.

International Competition @Petrotrin Big Swim
Caitlin Nolan; the 24 year old Canadian open water swimmer would again be visiting our shore to take part in the upcoming PETROTRIN Big Swim at Guapo Beach on Sunday 24th November, 2013. Caitlin has been on the Canadian Open Water World Cup Team of Canada since 2007, winning the bronze in the 10k swim in 2012. She was also the first female across the line and placed second overall, at the recently concluded Maracas Open Water Classic, 2013.

Caitlin would be bringing some international competition to Sunday’s swim where PETROTRIN; the main sponsor of the event, would be celebrating its 20thanniversary.

ASATT Invitational 2013

The Meet Event Files for ASATT Invitational 2013 can be found here.
Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (C.C.C.A.N.)
XX Caribbean Island Swimming Championships (CISC) 2014 Barbados. This will be a qualifying event for swimming in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) games 2014 Veracruz.  Click here to download the CISC SUMMONS 2014 Barbados PDF. Or check out the Summons and Psych Sheets Page
10 Records Broken at NOSC 2013

National Open Short Course Swimming Championships 2013

Sunday night concluded the Swimming Association’s National Open Short Course [NOSC] Swimming Championships 2013 at the Flying Fish Swimming Pool in Federation Park. If competition can be gauged by the number of Records broken then NOSC; hosted by Eagles Aquatics International Swim Club, was indeed a success. Click here to read more.

ASATT'S NEW EXECUTIVE 2013/2014
President -   Joseph Mc Leod
1st Vice President -   Gregory Mitchell
2nd Vice President -   Gordon Borde
Secretary -   Gary Morales
Treasurer -   David Calcutt
Public Relations Officer -   Joseph Ryan
Assistant Secretary/Treasurer -   Francis Sampson
Immediate Past President -   Lindsay Gillette


 
  
 
 

Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (A.S.A.T.T.) is the governing body for swimming, water polo, open water, masters swimming and soon to be introduced synchronised swimming in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Officers of the Association (collectively referred to as the Executive) include the President, Immediate Past President, Two Vice Presidents, the Secretary, the Treasurer, the Assistant Secretary/Treasurer and the Public Relations Officer.

ASATT currently administrates over competitive swimming in Trinidad and Tobago. A competitive swimmer is defined as one which takes in meets sanctioned by the Association with the exception of schools’ meets. Swimmers registered with the Association are eligible for selection to National Teams.

It has been growing from strength to strength and to its credit is now consistently medalling at the major regional tournaments. The competitiveness of our teams has been commendable and continues to improve from year to year.

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