Bermuda National Swimming Records: Female

50 metre backstroke – 27.72
Set by Kiera Aitken in 2009 / Madrid, Spain

100 metre backstroke – 59.31
Set by Kiera Aitken in 2009 / Madrid, Spain

400 metre freestyle – 4:45.31
Set by Nicole Yearwood at the CARIFTA Swimming Championships on April 19, 2009 / Savaneta, Aruba

800 metre freestyle – 9:50.26
Set by Stephanie Myles at the CARIFTA Swimming Championships on April 16, 2009 / Savaneta, Aruba

50 metre backstroke – 29.55
Set by Kiera Aitken at the World Championships on Jul 29, 2009 / Rome, Italy

100 metre backstroke – 1:02.62
Set by Kiera Aitken at the 2008 Olympics on August 10, 2008 / Beijing, China

200 metre backstroke – 2:17.04
Set by Kiera Aitken at the CC Absolute Open on March 13, 2009 / Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain

50 metre breaststroke – 34.56
Set by Anastasia Lau at the CISCs on July 2004 / Kingston, Jamaica

100 metre breaststroke – 1:13.94
Set by Jennifer Smatt at the 1992 Olympics on July 29, 1992 / Barcelona, Spain

200 metre breaststroke – 2:42.25

Set by Jennifer Smatt at the 1992 Olympics on July 1992 / Barcelona, Spain

50 metre butterfly – 29.18
Set by Ashley Aitken at the 2005 World Championships on July 29, 2005 / Montreal, QC, Canada

100 metre butterfly – 1:05.34
Set by Ashley Aitken at the CISCs on July 2004 / Kingston, Jamaica

200 metre butterfly – 2:36.56
Set by Ashley Yearwood at the CARIFTA Swimming Championships on March 29, 2008 / Savaneta, Aruba

200 metre individual medley – 2:29.06
Set by Jennifer Smatt at the CISCs on July 1990 / Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles

400 metre individual medley – 5:26.63
Set by Jennifer Smatt at the CISCs on July 1990 / Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles

Kierra Aitken of Bermuda swims in her women's 100 meters backstroke heat during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games at the National Aquatics Centre August 10, 2008. Photo credit: David Gray/Reuters

Kierra Aitken swims in her women's 100 meters backstroke heat during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games at the National Aquatics Centre August 10, 2008. Photo credit: David Gray/Reuters

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