CARIFTA Aquatics Championships launched in The Bahamas

The much anticipated 30th CARIFTA Swimming Championships is now 99 days away, officially launched at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture’s Building yesterday. The event is set for March 28 to April 7, 2024, at what will be a renovated Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex.

President of the Bahamas Aquatics Federation Algernon Cargill spoke about the opportunity for the athletes to be performing at home. This is the first time The Bahamas hosted the meet since 2017.

“We will have the unique opportunity to defend our five consecutive CARIFTA Swimming Championships as well as go after the CARIFTA water polo title in the front of thousands of Bahamians, shaking cowbells and beating drums, cheering our athletes on to a sixth consecutive title,” Cargill said.

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