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 PRESIDENT Lyndsay Galleet
 SECRETARY Gregory Mitchell
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TEAM TTO’s Dylan Carter placed fifth in the Men’s 50-metre butterfly event on the second and final day of match number five in the International Swimming League (ISL) 2020 yesterday.

At the bio-secure Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary - the home of the ISL 2020 for the six-week period of the competition...


OLYMPIC-BOUND TT swimmer Dylan Carter has urged up-and-coming regional swimmers to use discouragement and failure as channels to motivate themselves to becoming better.

Also sets new personal best in 50m, free

Team TTO standout swimmer Dylan Carter anchored his Los Angeles Currents (LAC) squad to gold in the Men’s 4X100 metres freestyle relay yesterday, the opening day of the two-day match number five of the International Swimming League (ISL) 2020.

At the bio-secure Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary, Carter...


OLYMPIC 2004 bronze medallist George Bovell III feels sorry for the athletes who had to delay either their 2010 Tokyo Olympics dreams or participation by a year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

NATIONAL swimmer Dylan Carter spent some time in the pool on Friday as he continues to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics, tentatively set to start in July 2021.

Carter competed in the International Swimming League at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary. Carter is swimming for LA Current, a club based in Los Angeles, California.

Carter tied for fourth place with Florent Manaudou of Energy Standard in the 50-metre backstroke. Both swimmers stopped the clock in 23.90 seconds. Carter’s team-mate Ryan Murphy won in 22.99.

In the 50m freestyle Carter was seventh in 21.51 with Manaudou touching the wall first in 20.63. Carter did not earn points for LA Current in those two events.

LA Current are currently third among the four teams with 214 points.

Alia Atkinson of Jamaica is also expected to compete in the league that will run until November 22.