Trinidad and Tobago retained its Goodwill Swim Meet title after taking 125 medals at the three-day championships over the weekend.
Trinidad and Tobago won 50 gold medals, 40 silver medals, and 35 bronze medals to get a grand total of 125 medals.
Jamaica was second with 92 medals (33G 37S 22B), with the Bahamas in third place with 52 medals (21G 17S 14B).
Seven countries participated in the swimming championships including Suriname, Barbados, St Lucia, and Grenada.
Among Trinidad and Tobago’s gold medalists on the final day of competition were:
Netania Edwards (Girls 11-12 200m freestyle)
Keryn Burke (Girls 13-14 200m freestyle)
Micah Alexander (Boys 8 and under 50m backstroke)
Alyssa Reid (Girls 11-12 50m backstroke)
Jonathan Sambrano (Boys 11-12 50m backstroke)
Isabella Mendoza (Girls 13-14 50m backstroke)
Kieshawn Daniel (Boys 15-17 50m backstroke)
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