Editorial Staff
8 months ago

Editorial Staff
8 months ago

Swim team heading to the 2023 World Aquatics Championships

From left to right Nelson Molina, Bianca Mitchell, Aunjelique Liddie and Stefano Mitchell

The swim team representing Antigua and Barbuda at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships, left the island today, 17th July 2023 for Fukuoka, Japan, where the event is being held.

The team comprises four swimmers; Jadon Wuilliez, Stefano Mitchell, Aunjelique Liddie, and Bianca Mitchell. They are being accompanied by coaches Nelson Molina and James Winchester and team manager Melanie Wuilliez.

Each swimmer will compete in two individual events and a team 4 x 100 mixed freestyle relay.

Jadon Wuilliez will compete in the 100 and 50 meters backstroke, Bianca Mitchell in the 200 meters freestyle and 50 meters fly, Aunjelique Liddie in the 100 and 50 meters free style while Stefano Mitchell will as well compete in the 100 and 50 meters freestyle.

The World Aquatics Championships are the world championships for aquatics sports: swimming, diving, high diving, open water swimming, artistic swimming, and water polo.

The World Aquatics comprises 209 national member Federations from the five continents.


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