Tidal Wave splash to ASATT team title

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Tidal Wave Aquatics splashed their way to the overall team title, as the Republic Bank-sponsored ASATT (Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago) Invitational which ended on Sunday at the National Aquatic Centre, Balmain, Couva.

At the end of the four-day meet, Tidal Wave Aquatics were the runaway leaders in the team category with 947 points, while Marlins Swim Club were second with 686. Atlantis Aquatics were third with 571, followed by Sea Hawks with 482 and Flying Fish with 450.

Rounding off the top 10 were ‘y’ Speedos Swim Club (393.5), Blue Dolphin Swim Club (392.5), Point Fortin Aqua Darts (261.5), Sea Jays (195) and Sharks Swim Club of St Lucia (177).

Here is a look at some of the winners, on the final evening, at Couva on Sunday.

100-METRE BACKSTROKE:
Girls 11-12 – Gabrielle Vickles (Tidal Wave) 1:14.16
Boys 11-12 – Zarek Wilson (Blue Dolphin) 1:07.52
Girls 13-14 – Jahmia Harley (Tidal Wave) 1:09.96
Boys 13-14 – Kyle Sinclair (SPE) 1:02.8
Girls 15-and-over: Jada Chai (Atlantis) 1:12.45
Boys 15-and-over: David Mc Leod (Atlantis) 59.89

50 METRE FREESTYLE:
Girls 8-and-Under – Keryn Burke (Atlantis) 33.72
Boys 8-and-Under – Antoine Destang (Sharks) 31.46
Girls 9-10 – Christanya Shirley (Marlins) 30.29
Boys 9-10 – Zachary Anthony (Marlins) 30.43
Girls 11-12 – Zaneta Alvaranga (Kaizen) 28.04
Boys 11-12 – Kadon Williams (Point Fortin) 26.67
Girls 13-14 – Mikaili Charlemagne (Sharks) 27.84
Boys 13-14 – Aqeel Joseph (Sea Hawks) 24.93
Girls 15-and-Over – Dorien Butter (Flying Fish) 26.28
Boys 15-and-Over – David Mc Leod (Atlantis) 23.37

100 METRE BREASTSTROKE:
Girls 11-12 – Zoe Anthony (Marlins) 1:23.96
Boys 11-12 – Kyle West (Marlins) 1:13.50
Girls 13-14 – Naomi Eaton (SPE) 1:22.62
Boys 13-14 – Terrel Monplaisir (Sea Jays) 1:12.50
Girls 15-and-Over – Ileana Bocage (Flying Fish) 1:22.69
Boys 15-and-Over – Abraham Mc Leod (Atlantis) 1:06.21

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