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IMMACULATE SWIMMERS AT CARIFTA 2014

Annastazia Chin (left); Angara Sinclair (right)
Jamaica's swimmers have so far captured six medals, one gold, three silver and two bronze on Tuesday's first day of the 29th Carifta Swimming Championships now underway in Aruba.

Angara Sinclair won the nation's first gold medal after clocking 31.02  seconds to win the Girls' 13-14 50 metre Backstroke. Her team-mate Annastazia Chin finished seventh in 32.94 seconds.

Sixteen year old Leanne McMaster registered 2 minutes 49.64 seconds to take silver in the Girls' 15-17 200m Breaststroke.    

Michelle Dols posted 9 minutes 16.94 seconds for silver in the Girls' 15-17 800m Freestyle.

The Cayman based Daniellle Boothe registered one minute 06.63 to claim the bronze in the Girls' 15-17 100m Butterfly won by Zabrina Holder of Barbados in one minute 04.94. 

On the boys' side, Matthew Lyn logged 16 minutes 59.06 seconds for silver in the 15-17 1500 metres, while compatriot Nico Campbell took the bronze with 17 minutes 03.22 seconds. 

Nicholas Vale posted one minute 06.89 seconds for the bronze in the Boys' 11-12 100m butterfly.     

Florida based Sidrell Williams had to settle for second in the Boys' 15-17 100m Butterfly in 56.36 seconds, where his teammate Nico Campbell placed fourth in 58.43.  

Jamaica is seeking to better last year's 30 medal haul of 12 gold, 13 silver and 15 bronze.

Posted: April 23, 2014