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Talented young national swimmers showed rich
form for their respective universities in USA recently,
including former Youth Olympic champion Chris-
tian Homer and Caryle Blondell.
Last Friday, Homer, swimming for the University
of Florida (UF) in a Division One battle against the
University of Georgia, won the 100-yard backstroke
event. Although Homer slowed down in the last 50,
he had enough in the tank to hold off teammate
Corey Main and win the four-lap race. The T&T
swimmer won in 48.42 seconds, narrowly ahead of
Homer also competed in the first leg of the 200-
yard medley relay for UF. He out raced the field to
have the fastest time of 22.29, but his B team would
eventually finish third in 1:29.49. He would also put
up another provisional qualifying time when he placed
second in the 100-yard butterfly in 47.90. beating
the NCAA Division One B standard of 48.29.
Homer closed his schedule of events with the
Gators D 400-yard freestyle relay swim. He opened
up for his team in 46.07, while his T&T teammate
Levar Goossen, swam the anchor leg in 47.38.
Another T&T swimmer, Kimberly John-Williams,
swam for the Georgia Women. John-Williams clocked
26.68, to help her B team to third in the 200-yard
medley relay. She would later place sixth in the 100-
yard backstroke in 57.85 and eighth in the 100-yard
butterfly in 57.76. The freshman closed her programme
by leading off Georgia C in the 400-yard freestyle
relay, stopping the clock in 53.34.
Also on Friday, Blondell was in action for the Uni-
versity of Louisville (Cardinals) in a two-day meet
against the University of North Carolina (UNC). The
powerfully built Blondell swam his way to the top
in the 100-yard freestyle rankings. Blondell cracked
21.19 for his first 50 yards, only .01 of a second ahead
of his Brazilian teammate Joao De Lucca. The San
Fernando native held off De Lucca to win in 43.85.
Earlier in the day, Blondell swam the first leg for his
team in Louisville s 200-yard freestyle relay victo-
ry.Blondell continued his form on day two, helping
the Cardinals A team to victory in the 400-yard
freestyle relay. His team would go on to win in 2:58.62,
with UNC B finishing second in 2:59.31. In the 200-
yard freestyle medley relay, Blondell had the fastest
anchor split of 19.65, to help close the gap on eventual
winners UNC B.
at US schools
Joseph McLeod was elected president of the Ama-
teur Swimming Association of T&T (ASATT), in
front of a full compliment of its 22 ordinary clubs,
when the local governing body for the sport held
its annual general meeting, at the Hasely Crawford
Stadium, Mucurapo, last Thursday.
The new executive is led by Mc Leod with past
president Gillette remaining as immediate past pres-
ident. Neal Marcano was retained administrative
manager. The remaining executive comprises Gregory
Mitchell (first vice president), Gordon Borde (second
vice president), Gary Morales (secretary), David Calcut
(treasurer) and Francis Sampson (assistant
The next major event on the ASATT calendar is
the National Open Short Course competition to be
held at the Flying Fish Swimming Pool from tomorrow
McLeod is new
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