Media reports say four new national records were set by Grenadian swimmers at the UANA Swim Tokyo Qualifier in Clermont Florida on Sunday.
Now Grenada says Delron Felix and Kerry Ollivierre both put out personal best performances resulting in the establishment of new
National Records by each swimmer.
Felix on the opening day of competition, broke his own national records in the fifty meters backstroke with a time of 28.13 edging out his previous record of 28.15.
Felix’s impressive run of form continued when he swam a time of 26.29 in the fifty meters butterfly, surpassing his previous record of 26.35.
Felix in the one hundred meters Freestyle set his third national record at the meet with a time of 52.9 establishing a new national record previously held by Esau Simpson in 2016.
Meanwhile, Kerry Ollivierre who is based in the United States also established a new national record in the fifty meters freestyle.
Swimming in a time trial, Ollivierre swam a time of 24.00 which surpassed his previous time of 24.20.
Ollivierre additionally swam personal best times in the fifty meters breaststroke with a time of 31.05 and fifty meters butterfly in a time of 26.47.