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Eight-member team heads to T&T swim meet

first_imgEight young swimmers will depart Jamaica for this year’s Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago Invitational Swimming Championships, a development meet set to run tomorrow through to Sunday in the twin-island Republic. The team will leave Jamaica today to compete at the four-day meet. They will be in search of qualifying times for next year’s Carifta Swimming Championships, which will be held in Bahamas, over the Easter weekend. They are Karci Gibson of Marlins Swim Club, as well as Sage Sinclair, Kyle Sinclair, Jordane Payne, Zaneta Alvaranga and Saamanta Selvon of YSpeedos. Western Jamaica-based swimmers Raina Hutchinson and Kara Hutchinson of Sailfish Swim Academy, located in Montego Bay, will also be competing in the meet. The team will be under the guidance of manager Georgia Sinclair and Ultra Short Race Pace Training (USRPT) certified Rory Alvaranga, who coaches four of the swimmers. “This development meet will expose them to high-level competition, and the experience will be a good one. It will allow them to come and perform personal bests, and just swim fast times,” Alvaranga pointed out. “I tell them to do what they are trained to do, and just have fun.” The coach says the environment will be one of the best to produce some fast swims to make those Carifta qualifying times, using an Olympic style platform starting block. Meanwhile, the Jamaicans will be competing at the six-month-old National Aquatic Centre in Couva, Trinidad. It was completed ahead of the Rio Olympics, meeting all International Federation for Aquatic Sports requirements for international events. The facility has an indoor competition pool, 50m outdoor warm-up pool, as well as a cold-water pool.last_img read more

Mr. Mikes makes donation to United Way in BC

first_imgMr. Mikes Restaurants make donations to the United Way.For an entire month a dollar from every Mike’s Classic Combo, sold as part of the Feel Good Inside promotion, was directed to a local United Way charity of choice.Said Yuri Fulmer, president and CEO of Mr Mikes Steakhouse & Bar, “We’re giving back to our communities – the communities that support our business all year long. It’s that simple. By supporting United Way, we can create a healthy, caring and inclusive community.”- Advertisement -In total $5,582 was raised for United Ways, with monies raised in each community staying to benefit local United Way offices.last_img read more