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Two for CCCAN synchronised swimming


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COMPETITIVE SOLOISTS Gracie Foster and Erika Loustric will be taking their routines to the Central American and Caribbean Championships, representing Barbados in synchronised swimming against nine nations. 

Their routine will be set to Halsey’s Castle and Otros Aires La Yumba.

The competition will begin next Wednesday at the National Aquatic Centre in Balmain, Couva, Trinidad and Tobago.

Barbados will be competing against Aruba, Cuba, Curacao, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Panama, Mexico, Dominica and Guatemala for a place in the top three.

The two soloists, including coach Kiera Bloom, leave the island next Tuesday. (RA)


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