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Swimming Team Returns Home With Medal Haul

Swimming Team Returns Home With Medal Haul

Bermuda’s swimming team recently returned home from a very successful showing at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Confederation [CCCAN] Swimming Championships in Barbados, where they claimed a number of medals. The Government media posted the photos below on social media saying, “Sports Minister Lovitta Foggo welcomed home Bermuda’s... Read more of this article

Bermuda Swimmers Win 8 More CCCAN Medals

Bermuda Swimmers Win 8 More CCCAN Medals

Day five of the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Confederation [CCCAN] Swimming Championships marked the final day of competition, with Bermuda swimmers claiming eight more medals, taking the island’s overall count to 30. Bermuda picked up five silver and three bronze on the night, ending the tournament with six gold, 16 silver and eight... Read more of this article

Bermuda Swimmers Win 7 More CCCAN Medals

Bermuda Swimmers Win 7 More CCCAN Medals

The fourth day of the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Confederation [CCCAN] Swimming Championships in Barbados saw Bermuda swimmers continue to rack up the medals. The island’s swimmers claimed 7 more medals to take their overall total to 22, with Bermuda winning 2 Gold, 2 Silver and 3 Bronze medals on the night. Elan Daley captured a... Read more of this article

Bermuda Win 32 Medals At CCCAN In Aruba

Bermuda Win 32 Medals At CCCAN In Aruba

Following a very impressive showing, the Bermuda CCCAN Swimming team won a total of 32 medals in Aruba, with 13 Gold, 11 Silver and 8 Bronze Medals won during the championships.13 Gold Medals4×50 Freestyle Mixed 13-14 200 Breaststroke – Sam Williamson 50 Backstroke – Logan Watson-Brown 50 Backstroke – Madelyn Moore 200 Freestyle –... Read more of this article

Bermuda Win Nine More Medals At CCCAN

Bermuda Win Nine More Medals At CCCAN

Bermuda’s medal count finished at a very impressive 32 after the island’s swimmers won nine more medals on the final day of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba. During the 13-14 Girls 400m Freestyle Taylor White finished 6th in a time of 4:48.81. Brian Desmond won the 13-14 Boys 400m Freestyle Gold Medal when he touched the wall in a time... Read more of this article

Bermuda’s Medal Count Increases At CCCAN

Bermuda’s Medal Count Increases At CCCAN

Bermuda’s medal count has now reached an impressive tally of 23 after the Bermuda swimming team won seven more medals on the fourth day of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba. Jaedyn Judd finished in 8th place competing in the 11-12 Girls 200m IM clocking a time of 2:46.81, and during the 13-14 Girls 200m IM Payton Zelkin won the Silver Medal... Read more of this article

Bermuda Win Eight More Medals In Aruba

Bermuda Win Eight More Medals In Aruba

Bermuda swimmers were back in action on the third day of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba, continuing to impress with their medal winning performances. Bermuda swimmers took their overall medal count to sixteen after winning eight more medals during the day, claiming 4 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze Medal on the day. During the 13-14 Boy’s 200m... Read more of this article

Bermuda Swimmers Win More CCCAN Medals

Bermuda Swimmers Win More CCCAN Medals

Bermuda swimmers were back in action on the second day of the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba. Bermuda swimmers captured took their overall medal count to Eight after winning four more medals during the day, and there were also two new Bermuda records established and a new CCCAN Record set. Giada Dudley-Pun won the 11-12 Girls 200m Breaststroke... Read more of this article

Swimmers Win Medals At CCCAN In Aruba

Swimmers Win Medals At CCCAN In Aruba

Bermuda swimmers began competing at the CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba, capturing four medals during the day and also setting new records. The first session saw got underway with the Girls 800 Freestyle and the Boy’s 1500 Freestyle. Bermuda captured their first medals with Brian Desmond winning the Silver, Desmond was able to set a new Bermuda... Read more of this article

Bermuda’s CCCAN Swimming Team Announced

Bermuda’s CCCAN Swimming Team Announced

A total of 20 swimmers have been selected to represent Bermuda at the upcoming XXXI CCCAN Swimming Championships in Aruba. Three Bermuda swimmers are current Record Holders, as Elan Daley holds 2 Girls 11-12 Year Old Records, Daley has the 50m Freestyle Record with a time of 26.82, she also holds the 100m Freestyle Record of 59.65. Madelyn Moore is... Read more of this article

Bermuda Finish 5th in CCCAN Championships

Bermuda Finish 5th in CCCAN Championships

Bermuda finished the 2017 Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation [CCCAN] Championships in Trinidad and Tobago in 5th place having won 38 medals. The Bermuda Swimmers won 12 Gold, 17 Silver and 9 Bronze Medals. The Bermuda 11-12 Girls won their Division with 208 points 112 points ahead of the second place team from Puerto Rico. The... Read more of this article

Video: Medal Winning Swim Team Return Home

Video: Medal Winning Swim Team Return Home

The Bermuda Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships team arrived back at the LF Wade International Airport last night [June 28], bringing multiple medals and a long list of accolades home thanks to their strong performances. Those swimming accomplishments include three gold medals, one silver medal, broken CCCAN and national records, and... Read more of this article

Madelyn Moore Wins Gold In Record Setting Style

Madelyn Moore Wins Gold In Record Setting Style

Bermuda’s Madelyn Moore captured a gold medal in the 2015 Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships being held in Barbados, with her time of 26.65 shattering the Central American and Caribbean record. Moore captured Bermuda’s first medal of the Championships when she won the silver during the 100m backstroke with a time of 1:07.03.... Read more of this article