CARIFTA 2010 Summons

12/1/2010 3:28:00 PM


DATE:                                   April 23-26, 2011
VENUE:                                 AQUATIC CENTRE, WILDEY ST MICHAEL GAMES
VILLAGE:                               BARBADOS BEACH CLUB POOL
SPECIFICATIONS:                 10 Lane 50 Metre pool with Daktronics
                                             Electronic Timing System
                                             25 Metre warm down pool

SCHEDULE Friday, April 22:   Arrival of teams
                                             Technical Meeting - 7:00 PM
                                             Technical Officials’ Meeting - 8:30 PM

Saturday, April 23 (Day 1):   Swimming- Preliminary Heats - 9:00 AM
                                             Opening Ceremony 5:30 PM – 5:50 PM
                                             Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

Sunday, April 24 (Day 2):      Swimming- Preliminary Heats - 9:00 AM
                                             Coaches’ forum: 12:15 PM-Games Village
                                             Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

Monday, April 25 (Day 3):     Swimming- Preliminary Heats - 9:00 AM
                                             Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

Tuesday, April 26 (Day 4):    Swimming- Preliminary Heats - 9:00 AM
                                             Congress Meeting 12:15PM – 2:00PM
                                             GAMES VILLAGE Swimming Finals – 5:30 PM

Tuesday, April 26:                 Closing Ceremony: After party at GAMES VILLAGE

Wednesday, April 27:            Departure of Teams

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