The Aquatics Sports Association of Trinidad and Tobago has named its squads for the upcoming 2022 CCCAN Championship in Barbados.
The tournament will be held from 10-31 July.
The swimming events will be held at the Barbados Aquatics Center from 8-14 July, while the open water events will be staged at the Carlisle Bay, Bridgetown from 14-19 July.
“Best of luck to all our athletes participating in the 2022 CCCAN Championship in Barbados from the ASATT Executive,” an ASATT release stated.
“We are confident that your dedication and hard work in preparation for the competition will yield success,” the release added.
Men’s Swim team: Prince Moreau, Aaron Stuart, Josiah Morales, Johann-Matthew Matamoro, Graham Chatoor, Marcus Alexander, Zachary Anthony, Nikoli Blackman, Josiah Changar, and Alejandro Agard
Women’s Swim Team: Sydney Look Fong, Tyla Ho-A-Shu, and Amari Ash
Women’s Open Water Swim Team: Shania David, Aimee Le Blanc, Zoe Anthony, Jade Foncette, and Jaliyah Celestine
Men’s Open Water Swim Team: Isaac Tuberoso, Adam Scoon, William Carr, Alejandro Agard, Marcus Alexander, Zachary Anthony, Nikoli Blackman, and Trent Bethel.
Swim Team Management: Bertram Blackman (Team Manager), Stephen Mendoza (Head Coach, Swimming), Maurice Faria (Head Coach, Open Water), Lilas Solomon-Stuart (Chaperone), Lennox Gould (Assistant Coach),
Women’s Water Polo Team: Summer Gibson, Olivia Neckles, Jaeda Attong-Julian, Megan Stafford, Brean Jordan, Chantal Newallo, Aaliyah Aching, Nia Bascombe, And Shemiyah Ross
Men’s Water Polo Team: Zephaniah Taylor-Saldenah, Christopher Elliot, Jean-Luc Hinds, Jason Hackett, Tyrece Joseph, Leon Daniel, Kelvin Caesar, Sergio Des Vignes, Dante Drakes-Mckell, Yannick Robertson, Akheem Valentine, Ethan Elliot, And Liam Westfield.
Water Polo management team: Ryan Smith (Senior Manager), Andrew Francis (Head Coach), Ronson Hackshaw (Assistant Coach)
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