After attending rehab, the swimmer is not fixated on adding to his record total of Olympic medals in Rio. The journey now is personal.
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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.
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.
T&T’s George Bovell III resumed his competitive preparations for this year’s Rio Olympic Games with bronze and fourth-place finish at the Sixth Trofeo Citta di Milan Swimming Championship, in Milan, Italy, yesterday.
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.
Parents of the 33-member Trinidad and Tobago swim team and the 11-member water polo team no longer have to fork out $3,000 for their participation in the 31st edition of the March 21-26 Carifta Swimming Championships in Martinique. And the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) must reimburse those who have already paid.