Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Three gold among five swim medals


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NKOSI DUNWOODY BROKE a national record while capturing one of three gold medals for Barbados on the second day of the Central American And Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation’s Championship in Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday.

Dunwoody struck gold when he won the Boys’ 13-14 200 metres breaststroke in a time of 2:28.19 minutes, breaking Bradley Ally’s 17-year-old record of 2:30 minutes, which had stood since 2000.

Jack Kirby tied for first place with Steven Aimable of French Guinea in the Boys’ 15-17 50-metre backstroke with a time of 27.23.

Barbados’ third gold medal came from Christopher Courtis in the Boys’ 18 and over age group, with a time of 26.48 in the 50-metre backstroke. (EZS)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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