Wynter, Nangle head Carifta swim squad
Robert Bailey, Sunday Gleaner Writer
Timothy Wynter and Kendese Nangle head a strong team which will represent the island at this year's Carifta Swimming Championships, which will be held in The Bahamas April 12-15.
Jamaica finished fourth overall in last year's championships with 561 points. They also captured 34 medals. Guadeloupe won the tournament, held in Bridgetown, Barbados, with 736.5 points.
Wynter was Jamaica's top performer at last year's championships, when he captured 10 medals - four gold, five silver and one bronze.
Nangle, who is based overseas, also had a good showing in last year's championships as she won eight medals - five gold, one silver and two bronze.
Also competing in the boys' 15-17 category are Xavier Boland, Jason Craig-Burnett, Merio Hyman, Justin James, Sidrell Williams and Antonie Young.
The girls' 15-17 list is also made up of Danielle Boothe, Brittany Kenny, Breanna Roman and Stefani Webley.
The boys' 13-14 are Cameron Anderson, Kevaughn Campbell, Stephen Duhaney, Nicholas Haughton, Matthew Lyn and Xavier Phillips.
Selected in the girls 13-14 category are Brittney Campbell, Ivana Chang, D'Agaene Clarke, Gabrielle Hopkins, Diana Marschenko and Leanne McMaster. The boys' 11-12 are Christian Alberga, Joseph Black, Cody Jones, Jesse Marsh and Jordan Smith and girls' 11-12: Anjuii Barrett, Annastazia Chin, Justine Lopez, Annabella Lyn and Angara Sinclair.