CARIFTA 2010

CARIFTA 2010

Team size: 11
Medal count: 48-20 gold, 21 silver, 7 bronze
Medal table position: 2nd
National age group records: 22-15 AGE GROUP
National open records: 5
CARIFTA Records: 2
Points: 488
Points table position: 6th

MEDALISTS

ZABRINA HOLDER: 11 MEDALS – 6 gold, 3 silver; 1 relay gold & bronze
6 national records-4 age group, 2 open, 2 Carifta meet records
CHRISTIAN SELBY: 7 MEDALS-5 gold, 2 silver;
3 national records, 1 Carifta meet record
AMARA GIBBS: 10 MEDALS-3 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze; 1 relay gold & bronze
3 records-2 age group, 1 open
DEANDRE SMALL: 9 MEDALS-1 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze; 1 relay gold & bronze
4 records-3 national records, 1 open
INAYAH SHERRY: 7 MEDALS-1 gold, 4 silver; 1 relay gold & silver
2 national records
KIMBERLEY WILLOUGHBY: 5 MEDALS-1 gold, 2 bronze; 1 relay gold, 1 relay silver
LEE-ANN ROSE: 2 MEDLAS-1 gold, 1 silver
2 national records, 1 age group, 1 open
SARIYAH SHERRY: 4 MEDALS-2 silver; 1 relay gold & silver
JONATHAN MANNING: 1 BRONZE MEDAL
CRYSTAL JORDAN-BROWNE: 1 RELAY GOLD & BRONZE
ALHEA WILLIAMS: 1 RELAY GOLD & SILVER

DIVISION POINTS

It was one, two, three for Barbados in the 13-14 age group. Zabrina Holder received the high point trophy in the 13-14 girls’ age group with 75 points, Amara Gibbs placed 2nd in the age group with 61 points and Deandre Small placed 3rd in the age group with 54 points.

Christian Selby was placed 3rd in the 11-12 boys’ age group with 64 points.

Inayah Sherry was placed 3rd in the 11-12 girls’ age group with 48 points.

SPECIAL AWARD

Christian Selby received the Landon Von Kenell trophy for having won both the 200 & 400 metre freestyle events

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2010 Youth Olympics

BARBADOS’ lone representative in swimming at the Inaugural 2010 Youth Olympics Olympics in Singapore Lee-Ann Rose poses with her Coach Darny Olalde Hernandez and team mate from Judo at the Grantley Adams International Airport before departing for the 21 hour journey to Singapore. Rose participated in the 100 & 200 M backstroke events.

According to The President of the international Olympic Committee, JACQUE ROGGE the youth Olympics was a concentration on Youth, Sport and Culture: He addressed them a strong message:

“You will learn the difference between winning and being a champion. To win, you merely have to cross the finish line first. To be a champion, you have to inspire admiration for your character, as well as for your physical talent. You have to compete in spirit of fair play, respecting your opponents and the rules – without doping or any other unfair advantage”

 

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2010 Goodwill Swim Meet

2010 Goodwill Swim Meet


Front Row: L-R: Shannan Smith, Alex Sobers, Nathania Jules, Nicholas Hall, Luis Sebastian Weekes, Kendi Bynoe, Charise Mason, Destinay Harding, Kayla Smith
2nd Row: L-R: Regine Massiah, Brandon Thompson, Melanie Singh, Vanessa Keany, Tifany Titus, Chenise King, Damon St Prix, Kent Mullin, LeAundre Knight
3rd Row: L-R: Rebecca Bhone, Alexis Clarke, Gabriel Gunby, Rebecca Clarke, Lee-Ann Briggs, Zandel Holder, Rashonna Phillips, Rhea Babb, Christopher Smith, Andriy Stapleton.
Back Row: L-R: Corey Cumberbatch (Coach), Samantha Clarke (Chaperone) Russell Walton (Coach) Shaquille Hippolite, Russell Oliver, Jason Cummins (Team Captain), Kyle Holder Callender, Joshua Coles, Antonio Martinez Petrolanda (Head Coach), Gale Hall (Chaperone) Enrico McConney (Coach)

When the final tally was made the Barbados 2010 Goodwill Team finished the meet with a hard fought 52 medals and 852.50 points which put Barbados in 3rd position. If the Barbados team expected ‘goodwill’ from the competition there was none as it was a fiercely fought battle to the finish.

The team took 2 of the top spots in the 10 age groups. TIFFANY TITUS was the top 9-10 girl with 48 points, 3 points ahead of Trinidad & Tobago’s Amira Pilgrim awarded 2nd place with 45 points. DAMON ST PRIX shook off his opponents from Suriname to upstage them with a final 49 points tally to win the 9-10 boys’ age group, 6 points ahead of his closest rival Surinamese-Irvin Hoost- who finished with 43 points. CHARISE MASON finished in 2nd position a mere 2 points behind the winner of the 8 & under age group -Shivani Singh of Suriname who was first with 38 points. GABRIEL GUNBY held on to the 3rd spot in the boys’ 13-14 age group with 30.50 points sneaking up on Guyana’s Ronaldo Rodrigues with .50 points over him. The remaining age groups were shared among Suriname 5, Trinidad & Tobago 2 and Guyana 1.

RESULTS

TEAM SIZE: 35

MEDALS: 52 – 7 GOLD, 9 SILVER, 16 BRONZE; 4 RELAY SILVER, 16 RELAY BRONZE

RECORDS: 2 GOODWILL MEET RECORDS & 7 BARBADOS NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORDS

CHARISE MASON – girls’ 8 & U-1 Goodwill Meet record- 50 SCM freestyle 33:52, 2-National records- 100 SCM Freestyle 1:15.01 and the 50 SCM freestyle 33:52.

DAMON ST PRIX – boys’ 9-10- 1 Goodwill meet record- 100 SCM freestyle 1:04.43, 2- National records – 100 SCM freestyle 1:04.43 and the 50 SCM backstroke 34:48.

8 & UNDER RELAY TEAM: DESTINY HARDING, CHARISE MASON, DANIELLE TITUS AND KAYLA SMITH – National relay record in the 4×50 SCM Medley relay: 2:54.03

9-10 Boys-DAMON ST PRIX, LUIS SEBASTIAN WEEKES, NICHOLAS HALL AND KENT MULLIN 2 – national relay records:

  1. 4×50 medley relay :2:28.56 and
  2. 4×50 freestyle relay 2:10.80.

MEDALLISTS

  • DAMON ST PRIX: 7 MEDALS- 3 GOLD, 1 SILVER, 1 BRONZE; 2 RELAY BRONZE
  • TIFANY TIFUS: 7 MEDALS- 2 GOLD, 2 SILVER 1 BRONZE; 1 SILVER & 1 BRONZE RELAY
  • CHARISE MASON: 6 MEDALS- 1 GOLD, 2 SILVER 1 BRONZE; 1 SILVER & 1 BRONZE RELAY
  • VANESSA KEANY: 6 MEDALS- 1 SILVER,2 BRONZE; 1 SILVER; 2 BRONZE RELAY
  • GABRIEL GUNBY: 5 MEDALS-2 BRONZE & 3 RELAY BRONZE
  • DESTINY HARDING: 5 MEDALS:-1 SILVER, 2 BRONZE & 1 SILVER & 1 BRONZE RELAY
  • HANNAH GILL: 4 MEDALS-1 GOLD, 1 BRONZE: & 1 SILVER & 1 BRONZE RELAY
  • ALEX SOBERS: 4 MEDALS-1 BRONZE, 1 SILVER & 2 BRONZE RELAY MEDALS
  • RHEA BABB: 5 MEDALS-3 BRONZE & 2 BRONZE RELAYS
  • REBECCA CLARKE: 3 MEDALS-1 BRONZE & 2 BRONZE RELAYS
  • CHENISE KING: 4 MEDALS-1 SILVER & 1 SILVER & 2 BRONZE RELAY
  • ZANDEL HOLDER: 4 MEDALS-1 SILVER & 3 BRONZE RELAY MEDALS
  • BRANDON THOMPSON: 4 MEDALS-1 BRONZE& 1 SILVER & 2 BRONZE RELAY

RELAY MEDALISTS

  • GIRLS’ 11-12 -4 X 100 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – VANESSA KEANY, ALEXIS CLARKE, MELANIE SINGH, CHENISE KING
  • GIRLS’ 11-12 -4X100 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – VANESSA KEANY, ALEXIS CLARKE, MELANIE SINGH, CHENISE KING
  • GIRLS’ 11-12 -4X50 SCM FREE RELAY:SILVER – VANESSA KEANY, ALEXIS CLARKE, MELANIE SINGH, CHENISE KING
  • BOYS’ 11-12 4X100 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: SILVER – ANDRIY STAPLETON, ALEX SOBERS, LEAUNDRE KNIGHT, BRANDON THOMPSON
  • BOYS’ 11-12 4X100 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – ANDRIY STAPLETON, ALEX SOBERS, LEAUNDRE KNIGHT, BRANDON THOMPSON
  • BOYS’ 11-12 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: SILVER **T – ANDRIY STAPLETON, ALEX SOBERS, LEAUNDRE KNIGHT, BRANDON THOMPSON
  • GIRLS’ 13-14 4 X 100 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – RHEA BABB, RISHONNA PHILLIPS, REGINE MASSIAH, REBECCA CLARKE
  • GIRLS’ 13-14 4X100 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – RHEA BABB, RISHONNA PHILLIPS, REGINE MASSIAH, REBECCA CLARKE
  • GIRLS’ 13-14 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – RHEA BABB, RISHONNA PHILLIPS, REGINE MASSIAH, REBECCA CLARKE
  • BOYS’ 13-14 4X100 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – JASON CUMMINS, GABRIEL GUNBY, JOSHUA COLES, KYLE HOLDER-CALLENDER
  • BOYS’ 13-14 4X100 SCM FREE RELAY:BRONZE – JASON CUMMINS, GABRIEL GUNBY, JOSHUA COLES, KYLE HOLDER-CALLENDER
  • GIRLS’ 15-17 4 X 100 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – REBECCA BOHNE, LEE-ANN BRIGGS, NATHANIA JULES, ZANDEL HOLDER
  • GIRLS’ 15-17 4X100 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – REBECCA BOHNE, LEE-ANN BRIGGS, NATHANIA JULES, ZANDEL HOLDER
  • GIRLS’ 15-17 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – REBECCA BOHNE, LEE-ANN BRIGGS, NATHANIA JULES, ZANDEL HOLDER
  • GIRLS’ 8 & UNDER 4X50 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – CHARISE MASON, DESTINY HARDING, KAYLA SMITH, DANIELLE TITUS
  • GIRLS’ 8 & UNDER 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: SILVER – CHARISE MASON, DESTINY HARDING, KAYLA SMITH, DANIELLE TITUS
  • GIRLS’ 9-10 4 X 50 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – TIFFANY TITUS, KENDI BYNOE, SHANNAH GILL, SHANNAN SMITH
  • GIRLS’ 9-10 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: SILVER **S – TIFFANY TITUS, KENDI BYNOE, SHANNAH GILL, SHANNAN SMITH
  • BOYS’ 9-10 4 X 50 SCM MEDLEY RELAY: BRONZE – DAMON ST PRIX, LUIS SEBASTIAN WEEKES, KENT MULLIN, NICHOLAS HALL
  • BOYS’ 9-10 4X50 SCM FREE RELAY: BRONZE – DAMON ST PRIX, LUIS SEBASTIAN WEEKES, KENT MULLIN, NICHOLAS HALL

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2010 Caribbean Island Swimming Championships

2010 Caribbean Island Swimming Championships

Team size: 16
Medal count: 53-21 gold, 16 silver, 16 bronze
Medal table position: 3rd
National age group records: 10
National open records: 1
CISC Records: 5
Points: 476
Points table position: 4th
Points: 476
Division points: 3rd place 11-12 division
3rd place 13-14 division

MEDALISTS

ZABRINA HOLDER – 10 MEDALS: 9 GOLD MEDALS, 1 SILVER MEDAL

The performance highlight at the competition was Zabrina Holder who established a new record in Barbados’ gold medal haul by an individual at an international competition. Eclipsing the gold medal record haul of both Nicholas Neckles in 1995 and Shawn Clarke in 2002, Holder amassed 9 gold medals and 1 silver for a total of 10 medals overall. Three CISC meet and two age group records were also established by Holder. Improving over her Carifta performance in the 400 M IM, Holder posted 5:17.98 shaving 7 seconds off her last performance in this event to establish a new CISC meet record lowering the previous record from 5:18.81.

Holder next attacked the 800 M freestyle record and lowered team mate’s Lani Cabrera’s old CISC record established in 2008 from 9:29.64 to 9:28.09. The 200 M butterfly meet record also fell by the wayside. Puerto Rico’s Solimari Mojica’s record standing since 1998 for 12 years when CISC was last held in Barbados was lowered from 2:25.68 to 2:24.26. Two national age group records were also devoured by Holder.

In the 50 M freestyle her time of 28:01 registered an improvement over Alexis Jordan’s time of 28:10 done 8 years ago in 2002 and the 50 M butterfly time of 29:47 eclipsed Chelsea Gellineau’s time of 30:20 done at CISC 2008, with Holder going under 30 seconds for the first time in this event.

INAYAH SHERRY – 9 MEDALS: 4 GOLD, 2 SILVER, 1 BRONZE-1 RELAY GOLD & BRONZE

Inayah Sherry was 2nd on the gold medal achievement table with 4 individual gold medals, 2 silver and 1 bronze, Sherry ‘s 11-12 relay team of  sister Sariyah, Alhea Williams and Kimberley Willoughby also achieved a gold medal in the 4×100 freestyle and a bronze medal in the 4×100 medley relays. Sherry also established a CISC meet record and 2 national age group records. Her swim in the 50 M backstroke clocked a time of 32:45 lowering Kendese Nangle’s time established in 2006 in Puerto Rico from 32:61 also registering a new 11-12 age group national record. Sherry went on to slash the 200 M backstroke time to 2:32.40 eclipsing her own record established at the Olympic Assocn’s Aquatic Centre International Invitational this year.

Both Lee-Ann Rose and Amara Gibbs achieved 2 gold medals and in the case of Gibbs her total medal haul was 9 with an additional 3 silver and 4 bronze. Both Rose and Gibbs established one national record each in the respective age groups and Rose set the lone open female national record. Rose in the 200 M freestyle lowered her own record from 2:10.86 established earlier this year to 2:10.35 while Gibbs in the 100 M backstroke launched into single figures and eclipsed Rose’s old record of 1:10.01 lowering it to 1:09.52. Rose also achieved bronze in the 100 M backstroke event.

Other gold medal performances came from Christian Selby who survived some tough competition from the Cuban and Trinidad & Tobago team, Sariyah Sherry and Raymond Edwards. Selby finished his performance with 6 medals:1 gold, 4 silver and one bronze. He achieved quality swims in the 200 M butterfly, 100 M and 400 M freestyle events.  Selby established a new CISC meet record in the in the 400 M freestyle with his time of 4:27.67 rewriting Reynel Munoz’s 12 year old 1998 record. His 200 M butterfly time of 2:22.87 registered a new national 11-12 age group record shaving 5 records off his old time of 2:27.31. This performance also went under the CISC meet record time.

Sariyah Sherry’s performance registered 1 gold & 2 silver medals and Raymond Edwards eclipsed the field in the 200 M breaststroke to knock 5 seconds off his time posting in on 2:31.06 for the gold medal. Deandre Small’s 7 medals achieved were 4 silver and 3 bronze. She established a new age group record in the 50 M backstroke in 31:93 lowering her own record established at Carifta in March this year. Mathew Courtis also contributed three bronze medals to the medal pot through his performance in the 1500 M and the 400 M IM events. Kimberley Willoughby’s one silver and two bronze medals added to Barbados’ overall medal tally.

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