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Paris Olympics Hopefuls Set For Swim Meet

Paris Olympics Hopefuls Set For Swim Meet

Bermuda’s top swimmers will be pushing for qualification for the Olympic Games in Paris this summer when they compete at the Ascot Bermuda National Championships. The three-day event runs from until Sunday at the National Sports Centre swimming pool. For Emma Harvey, her brother Jack, and Madelyn Moore, it will be the last chance to qualify for the... Read more of this article

Swimmers Begin Atlanta Championships

Swimmers Begin Atlanta Championships

Bermuda swimmers began competing in the Atlanta classic swimming championships. Competing in the women’s 100 LC meter freestyle preliminaries, Emma Harvey advanced to the A final with the 9th fastest time of 56.13, while Logan Watson Brown was an alternate for the A final with a time of 57.50. In the A final, Harvey finished 9th clocking a time of... Read more of this article

Schroders Swim Championship Division Winners

Schroders Swim Championship Division Winners

At the Bermuda National Swimming Championships, Noah Maranzana, Bella Howes, Logan Jones, and Gabriella Cechini took home top honors in their age groups. Noah Maranzana, won the 15 & over boys division with a score of 2,953, while Bella Howes won the 15 & over girls division scoring 3,829 points. With a score of 2,946 points, Logan Jones won... Read more of this article

Daley Competes In Canadian Swimming Open

Daley Competes In Canadian Swimming Open

Elijah Daley competed in the Canadian Swimming Open inside the Toronto Pan Am Sports Center. Daley finished the 50m breaststroke 15th clocking a personal best time of 30.53, and recorded a time of 2:07.63 to finish 11th in the 200m butterfly. Daley finished 17th in the 50m backstroke clocking a time of 28.11, and with a time of 25.41, Daley finished... Read more of this article

Elijah Daley Wins Second Medal In Ontario

Elijah Daley Wins Second Medal In Ontario

Elijah Daley continued competing in the 2024 Winter Ontario Swimming Championships, winning his second medal on the second day of competition. During the boys 200m individual medley preliminaries, Daley clocked a time of 2:10.73 finishing 3rd advancing to the final. In the boys 200m individual medley final, Daley clocked a bronze medal time of 2:09.40. Related... Read more of this article

Daley Wins Bronze In Ontario Swimming Event

Daley Wins Bronze In Ontario Swimming Event

Elijah Daley began competing in the 2024 Winter Ontario Swimming Championships, earning a bronze medal on the first day. During the 100m backstroke preliminaries, Daley clocked the sixth fastest time of 1:00.30 to advance to the final. In the final, he finished sixth by touching the wall in a time of 59.79. Daley finished 12th in the 100m breaststroke... Read more of this article

Bermuda 8th On Medal Table In Carifta Swimming

Bermuda 8th On Medal Table In Carifta Swimming

The CARIFTA Swimming Age Group Championships wrapped up at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Center in the Bahamas, with the four-day competition seeing Bermuda secure the 8th position on the leaderboard, amassing 248 points in total. The team from Bermuda claimed an impressive 23 medals in total: 6 gold, 10 silver, and 7 bronze. In the 13-14 boys’... Read more of this article

Williamson Concludes British Championships

Williamson Concludes British Championships

Sam Williamson was back in action competing in the 2024 British Swimming Championships in London. Williamson’s third event of the championships was the men’s 200m individual medley, where he clocked a time of 2:08:05 finishing 37th overall. Related Stories Bermuda Swim Coaches Pick Season’s Top 10 Photos & Results: BASA Winter Swim... Read more of this article

Williamson Breaks Bermuda 400m Swim Record

Williamson Breaks Bermuda 400m Swim Record

Sam Williamson returned to action in the 2024 British Swimming Championships in London, taking part in his second event, the men’s 400m individual medley. In this event, Williamson set a new Bermuda open record for the individual medley and achieved a personal best with a time of 4:35.09, placing him 25th overall. This performance surpassed his previous... Read more of this article

Swimmers Win Four More Medals At Carifta

Swimmers Win Four More Medals At Carifta

Connor Hupman continued his impressive form after claiming two more medals at the Carifta Aquatics Championships in Nassau, the Bahamas, yesterday [April 2]. The 14-year-old won silver in the boys 13-14 400 metres freestyle in 4min 26.06sec before securing bronze in the 50 freestyle in 25.20 to take his overall tally to seven medals. Madelyn Moore,... Read more of this article

Bermuda Swimmers Continue To Win Medals

Bermuda Swimmers Continue To Win Medals

Bermuda claimed another six medals on the third finals night of the Carifta Aquatics Championships in Nassau, the Bahamas, yesterday [April 1]. Having already won 14 medals, including three golds, Bermuda continued their impressive performances at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Centre. Connor Hupman, 14, picked up his fifth medal for the meet, winning... Read more of this article

Bermuda Swimmers Win More Carifta Medals

Bermuda Swimmers Win More Carifta Medals

Bermuda’s swimmers enjoyed more medal success on the second day of the Carifta Aquatics Championships in Nassau, the Bahamas, yesterday [March 31]. Having won five medals on the opening day, including a pair of golds, the island’s swimmers followed up with a nine-medal haul on day two of the annual competition to take their overall tally to 14. Madelyn... Read more of this article

Swimmers Win Five Medals At Carifta Games

Swimmers Win Five Medals At Carifta Games

[Updated with video] Bermuda swimmers Connor Hupman and Madelyn Moore captured gold medals on day one of the Carifta Aquatics Championships in Nassau, the Bahamas, yesterday [March 30]. Hupman, 14, claimed victory in the 13-14 boys 50 metres backstroke, finishing in 28.33. Meanwhile, Moore took gold in the girls 18 and over 50 backstroke in 29.53,... Read more of this article

Minister Darrell Cheers On CARIFTA Athletes

Minister Darrell Cheers On CARIFTA Athletes

The CARIFTA Teams departed the island on Wednesday, and the  Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Senator Owen Darrell was at the airport to bid them farewell A Government spokesperson said, “The 51st CARIFTA Games begins on Saturday, March 30th, and ends on Monday, April 1st. The games will be held at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium... Read more of this article

Ben Smith Backs Swimmers For Medal Haul

Ben Smith Backs Swimmers For Medal Haul

[Written by Stephen Wright] Ben Smith, the national swimming coach, is confident the island’s swimmers can achieve a medal haul at the Carifta Swimming Age Group Championships in the Bahamas. The 15-strong team – Rory Shepherd, Scarlett Spurling, Dominic Wright, Noah Maranzana, Katherine Wheddon, Conor Hupman, Brandon Adkins, Adriana Argent, Thomas... Read more of this article

Short Course Record Breakers & Champions

Short Course Record Breakers & Champions

A number of swimming records were broken at the Bermuda Short Course National Championships which was recently held at the National Sports Center. Brandon Adkins is now the national open and 17/18 age group short course record holder in the 200m freestyle after clocking 1.50.30, breaking Jesse Washington’s record time of 1:52.40 set back in March... Read more of this article