Carifta Aquatics Postponed

Carifta Aquatics Postponed

As Barbados and other countries across the region continue to grapple with the effects of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, a decision has been made by the Barbados Aquatic Sports Association (hosts for the event) to postpone Carifta 2021.

Scheduled to take place from March 26th – April 7th, it was agreed that new dates would be decided upon after the “national pause”- lockdown that is expected to end on February 17th, and after BASA has had an opportunity to meet with the COVID-19 Monitoring Unit to determine suitable health and safety protocols.

We regret the inconvenience this will cause across the region, and encourage everyone to continue to follow all health and safety protocols: SANITIZE. WASH HANDS. SOCIAL DISTANCE.

We look forward to working together to make Carifta 2021 a safe and enjoyable event for all.

Pool Closure

Pool Closure

Dear Members,

Due to the extension of the  “national pause”- lockdown, the Aquatic Centre will remain closed until February 28, 2021 in keeping with the directive given by the Prime Minister in her address to the nation on February 15, 2021.

Please continue to be safe and follow all government protocols which are designed to keep us safe by stopping the spread.

Let us be our brothers’ and sisters’ keeper as we continue to navigate these most trying times.

BASA looks forward to the resumption of aquatics training and welcoming everyone back as soon as the all clear is granted.

Cheryl, Lady Forde
President
Barbados Aquatic Sports Association

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