T&T swimmer wins 9th gold medal at FINA World Cup

Trinidad and Tobago's Dylan Carter at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Dylan Carter at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.
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Trinidad and Tobago swimmer, Dylan Carter sped to his ninth gold medal as he concluded his 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup short course campaign in Indianapolis in style last Sunday.
Carter earned his  third third triple crown of the the series after basting the to gold in a fast 21.99 seconds.
He beat his chest in triumph at the end.
Carter copped gold in the men’s 50-meter butterfly third and final leg of the World Cup at the IU Natatoriun in Indianapolis.
A third crown equates to winning the same event at all three stops of the Cup.
Asked if he had expected to get nine wins over the three legs in Berlin, Toronto and Indianapolis, Carter said, “it was a goal but I can’t say I was expecting it. I really had a good meet run, so I am really proud of that.”

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