18 Sep
2020

Dorado swimmers in T&T for ASATT Invitational

first_imgSIXTEEN swimmers from Dorado Speed Swim Club left Guyana this week to compete in the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Invitational, which is scheduled to run from yesterday afternoon until Sunday, at the National Aquatics Centre in Couva, Trinidad. The swimmers, most of whom are dominant national swimmers, are looking to use the invitational meet to accumulate FINA points.According to information from the club, a team of two coaches, two managers, 16 swimmers and eight parents are currently in Trinidad for the meet.Nicholas Fraser (head coach) and Shyka Gonsalves are the coaches, while Mrs Colleen Roberts and Mrs Marcel David Watson travelled as manager and assistant manager respectively. The swimmers are: Tyler Allicock, Ethan Gonsalves, Elliott Gonsalves, Athalcy Hunte, Brittany Quamina, Safiya Foster, Raekwon Noel, Monique Watson, Maiya Ifill, Vladimir Woodroffe, Alex Bentham (Jr), Kyra Soares, Daniel Scott, Stephon Ramkhelawan, Stephen Ramkhelawan and Delia George.The supporting parents are Dr Mellissa Ifill, Mr Alex Bentham, Ms Donna Vieira, Mrs Rhonda Allicock, Mrs Sharda Ramkhelawan, Mrs Gail Niles, Mrs Sharon Woodroffe and Mr Christopher Woodroffe.last_img read more

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16 Aug
2020

Hurricanes buy out Patrick Marleau’s contract

first_img Blues team pup Barclay drinks in his Stanley Cup celebration — and it’s adorable Patrick Marleau’s brief stint with the Hurricanes is officially over. Carolina general manager Don Waddell announced Thursday that the team is buying out Marleau’s contract.  The #Canes have bought out Patrick MarleauDetails » https://t.co/VDS0wno20m pic.twitter.com/GQ8hfL39tN— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) June 27, 2019The forward will receive his $3 million signing bonus plus $833,333 that will be split over the next two years. NHL trade news: Golden Knights deal Erik Haula to Hurricanes for prospect, draft pick Last season, Marleau played in 82 games and recorded 16 goals and 37 points for Toronto.He spent the first 19 years of his career with the Sharks, who picked him second overall in the 1997 NHL Draft before. He signed with the Leafs in 2017 as a free agent. Seattle’s new NHL team to have AHL affiliate in Palm Springs, report says Marleau, 39, was traded to the Hurricanes on June 22 by the Maple Leafs, along with a conditional 2020 first-round pick and a 2020 seventh-round selection, for a 2020 sixth-round choice. Related Newslast_img read more

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