Grenada’s 12-member national swim team returned from Trinidad & Tobago following their participation in the 2017 Central American & Caribbean Amateur Swimming Federation Swim Championships from June 28- July 2.
The team which competed against the best in the Caribbean and Central America put on a credible performance with all swimmers achieving their personal best in each event which they competed in.
Jadon Hyson represented Grenada in the Open water competition in Tobago on June 24th & 25th.
The Girls 11-12 4×100 Relay team performed well and placed 4th in the finals.
However it was Kimberley Ince who put on a stellar performance throughout the competition and which resulted in her medaling in 3 events.
• Silver 100m Backstroke
• Bronze – 200m Backstroke
• Bronze – 50m Backstroke
Team members were Jenebi Benoit, Anaika Charles, Oreoluwa Cherebin, , Ariann Clouden , Zackary Gresham, Parshawn Haynes, Gabrielle Hyson, Kimberly Ince, Mia Neckles, Corey Ollivierre, Kerry Ollivierre, Meeka Ollivierre.
In addition to CCCAN Swim Championships, Oreoluwa Cherebin, Corey Ollivierre and Kerry Ollivierre will also represent Grenada at the FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungry in July.
Coach Gerson Fernandez Escobar and Nigel Ollivierre, Team Official will accompany the team.
The team looks forward to achieving their personal best as they compete among the best swimmers in the world at these games.
Also in the month of July, Delron Felix will represent Grenada in the Youth Commonwealth Games.
The Goodwill Games in Guyana is slated for August with a team of 30 plus swimmers slated to participate.
This competition is seen as preparation for OECS in November 2017.