Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) and facility contractors SCG Caribbean are on course for the historic opening of this nation’s worldclass Aquatic Centre within the coming weeks.
|AFFILIATE||Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad & Tobago|
|SECRETARY||Wendell LAI HING|
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AS THE final completion phases at the National Aquatic Centre wind down ahead of the official handing over ceremony, a test event will be conducted at the Balmain, Couva, facility from 2 pm today.
French swimmer Yannick Agnel is unlikely to have the chance to retain his 200 metres freestyle Olympic title at Rio 2016 after a timing controversy ruled him out of contention at his country’s National Championships in Montpellier.
T&T’s George Bovell III resumed his competitive preparations for this year’s Rio Olympic Games with bronze and fourth-place finish at the Sixth Trofeo Citta di Milan Swimming Championship, in Milan, Italy, yesterday.
Parents of the 33-member Trinidad and Tobago swim team and the 11-member water polo team no longer have to fork out $3,000 for their participation in the 31st edition of the March 21-26 Carifta Swimming Championships in Martinique. And the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) must reimburse those who have already paid.