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KPMG said it was proud to sponsor the recent 2011 KPMG/Barracuda Swim Club Annual Invitational Meet. During this meet more than 200 children from New Providence, Grand Bahama, and Abaco participated in two days of spirited competition.
The swimmers of the Barracuda Swim Club are flanked on the left by Cecile Greene (president, Barracudas) and Carolyn Neil (secretary, Barracudas), and on the right...
Family Guardian continues to help build the sport of swimming in The Bahamas, partnering with the Barracuda Swim Club for the 31st Annual Family Guardian/Barracuda Swim Meet. The meet is set for Friday and Saturday at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Complex. Nicole Reilly, Barracuda's [...]
Monday 27th June 2011 1:30 PM
27th June - 22nd July, 2011
Queens College Swimming Pool
Barracuda Swim Club presents its summer “Learn to Swim” program with a choice of three sessions daily: 1:30pm-2:10pm; 2:15pm-2:55pm; or 3pm-3:40pm. Cost: $275/ 4 weeks; $150/ 2 weeks. Registration: Sat, June 11 at Queen's College Pool, 9am-11am. See http://www.barracudaswimming.org
Over the weekend, the Barracuda Swim Club along with Family Guardian hosted the 29th Family Guardian Swim Meet at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex.
Due to some technical difficulties, results for the meet were not available up to press time, but will be released at a later date this week.
Head of the Barracuda Swim Club Clare Farrington noted that, despite the difficulties at the end ...
The Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Centre was filled to capacity as spectators were from Abaco, Grand Bahama and New Providence, and watched as swimmers tried to achieve times to qualify for the upcoming 23rd Speedo Winter Championships, at the Family Guardian/Barracuda Swim Invitational. The 23rd Speedo Championships will be held in Plantation, Florida from November 21-24, 2013.
THE Barracudas Swim Club posted a 612 point advantage over their nearest rival Swift as they dominated the Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet at Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Center over the weekend.
It was the first meet for the Bahamas Swimming Federation's new season and the Barracudas collected a total of 1,706 points to out-distance the 1,094 that was accumulated by Swift Swimming. Dolphins Sw...
The Barracuda Swim Club (BSC) swam away with the top honors, over the weekend, winning the first long course swim meet on the Bahamas Swimming Federation's (BSF) calendar.
Over the two-day swim meet, the club accumulated 1,706 points, the Swift Swim Club was second with 1,094 points while the Dolphins Swimming Club totaled 535 points, two points ahead of the Sea Bees Swim Club. Team Orca closed...
It was a grueling four days of competition at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex as swimmers hit the water and several of them were able to break age-group and national records during the Bahamas Aquatics Federationâ€™s 49th REV National Swimming Championships this past weekend.
It's been a long time coming but on the final day to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Bahamian and Barracuda Swim Club's Izaak Bastian was able to make the Olympic 'B' standard time in the 100 meters (m) breaststroke. This performance took place at the Bahamas Aquatics Federation's 49th Rev National Swimming Championships yesterday morning at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex.