Swimmers Win More Medals At CARIFTA Games

April 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bermuda’s great showing at the 2018 CARIFTA Swimming Championships in Jamaica continued with the island’s swimmers winning six more medals, taking their overall count up to an impressive tally of thirteen.

Bermuda’s swimmers not only claimed three gold, two silver and one bronze medal, they also shattered two more CARIFTA records.

Elan Daley continued her superb showing by claiming three gold medals and breaking two more CARIFTA records.

Highlights from Bermuda swimmers first day at the CARIFTA Games

The young swimmer won the 11-12 Girls 50m Butterfly, setting a CARIFTA record in the process, and Daley then claimed her second gold in the 11-12 Girls 200m Freestyle, breaking Payton Zelkin’s record from last year.

Daley’s third gold came when she won the 11-12 Girls 400 Individual Medley.

Brian Desmond then continued the medal winning pattern when he won silver in the 13-14 Boy’s 200m Freestyle, while Logan Watson-Brown claimed the silver medal in the 13-14 Girls 200m Freestyle.

The Bermuda 11-12 Girls 4x100m Individual Medley Relay team of Jaedyn Judd, Josephine Duerden, Elan Daley and Giada Dudley-Pun picked up the Bronze Medal.

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