SWIMMING $$: Director of Electrical Industries Limited (EIL) Hayden Kublalsingh, right, hands over a cheque to Tidal Wave Aquatics Swim Club manager and coach Hazel Haynes, at the Pool Complex, Centre of Excellence, Macoya recently. EIL assisted with out-fitting the team with new track-suits for the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) International Invitational Swim Meet held at Marlins Swimming Pool in Westmoorings. The team donned their new black and white track-suits with a new logo designed by Yolande Harley, mother of swimmer Jahmia Harley, and won the march past for the second consecutive year. They also walked away as the new champions of the ASATT meet for the first time in 16 years. They earned 1,080.5 points in the pool, 365 points ahead of the runners-up and host club Marlins (715) and 421 points ahead of last year’s winner, Titans.


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