Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter won two gold medals at the first leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup 22 in Berlin, Germany.
Last Saturday, Carter took gold in the Men’s 50-meter Back Stroke final.
A quick turn is crucial at the meet as a 25m pool is being used.
Carter won in a time of 23.15 seconds to earn 88.4 points towards his world cup tally.
Italian Thomas George took silver in 23.22 (87.6 points) and Canadian Javier Acevedo finished third in 23.24 (87.4) on Friday, Carter broke the national record in the Men’s 50m Freestyle final.
Carter stopped the clock in 20.77 to claim gold and erase the previous national record of 20.82 held by George Bovell.
Australian Kyle Chalmers finished second in 21.4 Florence Manaudu of France was third in 21.05.