Franklin and Browne guaranteed medal
Bermuda squash pair Micah Franklin and Noah Browne are guaranteed a medal in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Cali, Colombia.
Franklin and Browne will face Mexico in the final four of the men’s doubles today after defeating Trinidad 11-8, 11-4 in the quarter-finals today.
Jamaica will take on Cayman Island in the other semi-final tomorrow.
In the men’s individual singles yesterday Browne lost 6-11, 8-11, 4-11 to Christopher Binnie, of Jamaica, having beaten Franklin in a five-game thriller in the round of 16 on Friday.
Madelyn Moore finished fifth in the women’s 100 metres freestyle B final in a time of 58.06sec in Barranquilla today.
The race was won by Andrea Santander, of Venezuela, in 56.64. Moore came third in the women’s 100 freestyle heat in a time of 58.69 in the morning session.
Yesterday Moore finished seventh in the women’s 50 metres butterfly B final in 28.10. Chade Mari Nersicio, of Curaçao, won the race in 27.66.
Moore also won a 50 butterfly swim-off against Louisa Bellon, Guadeloupe, finishing in 28.10. Bellon’s time was 29.05.
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