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Over 340 swimmers from 17 swim clubs representing six Caribbean territories were in action, cementing the event as one of the premier swim events for the eastern Caribbean and creating another big “bump” for swimming in Saint Lucia. Excellent competition, efficient organization and great attendance brought out the best in the swimmers involved.
Another Saint Lucian club, Sea Jays was third with 651. Antigua Aquatic Club demonstrated their power in the juniors with the young swimmers helping them to first place. Antigua was especially strong in the lower age ranges.
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