Carib Swim Team Shines in Recent Competitions and Hosts Successful

December 6, 2023  -Cole Bay – Carib Swim Team (CST) hosted the Guardian Group Swim Meet on November 17th and 18th, welcoming fellow swimming enthusiasts from Anguilla Aquastars, St. Maarten
Super Splash Swimming Team, and Dolphin Swim Club. Each year the Guardian Group Sponsors this amazing local event which showcases exemplary sportsmanship and skill from all participants.
“The Guardian Group Swim Meet provided a platform for swimmers to demonstrate their dedication and passion for the sport. Even though the season just started, great results were met! We extend our
appreciation to the participating teams, volunteers, and sponsors for contributing to the success of this event,” said Eline Broere, Coach at Carib Swim Team.

The event wouldn’t have been possible without the invaluable contributions of Guardian Group Insurance and our dedicated volunteers, whose efforts behind the scenes ensured the smooth execution

of the meet. It is important to offer opportunities like this to our local and regional student athletes. A heartfelt thank you was extended to the Anguilla Aquastars, St. Maarten Super Splash Swimming Team,
and Dolphin Swim Club for their spirited participation.

The Carib Swim Team takes pride in the achievements of its students, many of whom achieved personal best times during the Guardian Group Swim Meet, reflecting their dedication to continuous
improvement. The CST athletes greatly enjoyed the meet and the opportunity to showcase their skills locally. “We had a lot of fun this meet! It was great to have 2 sessions so we could race more events than if it would have been just 1 session. Also, to have a session in the evening changed the setting completely. We are excited for the rest of the season and our next meet on December 10th,” stated some of the team members.

The Carib Swim Team looks forward to building on these successes and continuing to foster a culture of excellence, sportsmanship, and community engagement among its young athletes. Competitive sports
play a pivotal role in the holistic development of children and teenagers, fostering physical, mental, and social well-being. Engaging in organized sports not only promotes a healthy and active lifestyle but also
instills essential life skills such as teamwork, discipline, resilience, and goal setting.


Through competition, CST athletes learn the value of hard work and perseverance, gaining a profound understanding of success and failure. Overall, competitive sports provide a structured and positive outlet
for energy, helping shape the character of children and teenagers, preparing them for life’s challenges, and fostering a sense of community and belonging

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