Apr 12, 2017 Sports
The 2017 Swimming Championships will be held in Nassau, Bahamas from Saturday to Tuesday. Guyana will be represented by a four person delegation, two pool swimmers and two open water swimmers.
Bounty Farm Ltd as part of their corporate responsibility has made a financial contribution to assist Lian Winter to be able to attend the championships. This is her first Carifta Games and she will be competing in six events, 50, 100 and 200 butterfly and 50, 100 and 200 Backstroke.
Roger Perreira, accountant, Bounty Farm Ltd presented the sponsorship cheque to Stephanie Fraser, head coach, Dorado Speed Swim Club in the presence of Lian Winter and her dad, Duane Winter recently at a simple presentation ceremony. The company wished the young swimmer every success.
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