Cayman swimmers competing in Caribbean championships

| 29/06/2016 | 0 Comments
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The team and coaches representing Cayman at the Caribbean Islands Swimming Championships (missing from photo is Alex McCallum)

(CNS): The Cayman Islands national swim team left this week for the Bahamas to participate in the Caribbean Islands Swimming Championships, which runs from 29 June-2 July for the pool competition and 3-5 July for open-water events. The team of 22 comprises 17 swimmers, two officials and three staff (two coaches and a chaperone), with one of the athletes taking part in the open-water competition.

The swimmers – who all achieved CIASA-approved qualification times – representing Cayman are: Sabine Ellison, Avery Lambert, Stephanie Royston, Alison Jackson, Ria Plunkett, Holly Stradling, Samantha Bailey, Sarah Jackson, Lauren Hew, Catriona MacRae, Ella Plunkett, Jake Bailey, Corey Frederick-Westerborg, Jordan Crooks, Zachary Moore, Jonathan Key and Alex McCallum. The swimmers are coached by Bailey Weathers and David Pursley, and the team manager is Sue Weathers.

To follow the swimmers, and for more information, go to the Bahamas Swimming Federation website

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