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International Swimmers Enjoying Bahamas’ National Swimming Championships

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Jillian Crooks and Zarek Wilson, from the Cayman Islands and Trinidad and Tobago respectively, are part of a group of international swimmers in town for this year’s Bahamas National Swimming Championships.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Jillian Crooks and Zarek Wilson, from the Cayman Islands and Trinidad and Tobago respectively, are part of a group of international swimmers in town for this year’s Bahamas National Swimming Championships and according to them, the meet and The Bahamas are top tier.

These swimming nationals also served as the last qualifying meet before the Paris Olympics. We asked crooks about her chances to be part of the Cayman Islands’ team.

Now at the end of day three, Mako Aquatics maintained a commanding lead with 2,346 points over Barracuda Swim Club and Alpha Aquatics who were in second and third places respectively.

WNBA

The New York Liberty picked up their 2nd straight win against the L.A. Sparks, prevailing 98-88 in Brooklyn Saturday afternoon.

Two starters were out but that didn’t matter, Jonquel Jones had another double-double, scoring 14 points, reeling in 13 rebounds and sharing the love to the tune of five assists. 

Breanna Stewart led the team with 33 points and 7 rebounds and Sabrina Ionescou added 24, six rebounds and nine assists.

With the win, the Liberty get off to a 14-3 record, their best start in franchise history. 

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