Bermuda announce swimming squad

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  • Medal hopes: Bermuda swimmer Jesse Washington

    Medal hopes: Bermuda swimmer Jesse Washington


Jesse Washington and Madelyn Moore will spearhead Bermuda’s 20-strong squad for the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships in Aruba.

Also competing at the event, which will run from June 29 to July 3 are Jaedyn Judd, Josephine Duerden, Giada Dudley-Punn, Logan Watson-Brown, Taylor White, Gaby Pitman, Payton Zelki, Skyler Powel, Vanessa Esposito, Shannon Hassel, Brian Desmond, Sam Williamson, Jack Harvey, Adam Young, Caleb Ingham, Brett Smith, Kai Legband and Evan Farrow.

Accompanying the team will be coaches Ben Smith and Richard Goodwin, and team managers Diane Moore and Tori Powell.

Doug Patterson, the Bermuda Swimming Association president, said: “I ask you to join me in wishing the team good luck in all their races. I know each of them will swim to the best of their ability and will represent Bermuda well.”

Bermuda clinched a fourth-place finish in the medals table at last year’s event in Trinidad and Tobago, capturing a total of 38 medals — 12 gold, 17 silver and nine bronze — as well as winning the under 11 and 12 girls category.

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Published Jun 26, 2018 at 3:05 pm (Updated Jun 26, 2018 at 3:48 pm)

Bermuda announce swimming squad

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