SWIMMING | Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago

 SPORT SWIMMING
 AFFILIATE Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago
 PRESIDENT Lyndsay Galleet
 SECRETARY Gregory Mitchell
 CONTACT  
MAILING ADDRESS P.O Box 244 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
 EMAIL secretary.asatt@gmail.com
 WEBSITE http://www.swimtt.com

Michael Phelps is set to become the first American male swimmer to compete at five Olympic Games after triumphing in the men’s 200 metres butterfly at the United States Olympic Trials in Omaha.

Read more: Phelps gets best birthday present as qualifies for record fifth Olympic Games

Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) and facility contractors SCG Caribbean are on course for the historic opening of this nation’s worldclass Aquatic Centre within the coming weeks.

Read more: Bovell III lauds Aquatic Centre

The T&T senior women won gold at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championship with a 9-5 defeat of Guatemala for a 3-0 record in the two-team event at the Guatemala National Swimming Pool, Guatemala City, on Friday.

Read more: Under-19 water polo girls take gold

AS THE final completion phases at the National Aquatic Centre wind down ahead of the official handing over ceremony, a test event will be conducted at the Balmain, Couva, facility from 2 pm today.

Read more: Bovell III to take first splash at Aquatic Centre

French swimmer Yannick Agnel is unlikely to have the chance to retain his 200 metres freestyle Olympic title at Rio 2016 after a timing controversy ruled him out of contention at his country’s National Championships in Montpellier.

Read more: French swimmer Agnel unlikely to defend Olympic title at Rio 2016 after costly error at trials