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Shanntol Ince splashes into action this morning at the CanAm Para Swimming Championships, in Toronto, Canada.

The Trinidad and Tobago swimmer will compete in the qualifying round of the women’s 400 metres freestyle and 100m butterfly events. She is also expected to swim in the 50 free and 100 free.

Ince’s coach, Franz Huggins did not travel to the meet. However, his assistant coach at the Areios Aquatechs swim club, Daniel Tardieu accompanied the 19-year-old swimmer to Toronto, together with manager/physio June Durham.

Huggins told the Express the CanAm Para meet is a warm-up for a major August assignment.

“The meet is being used to familiarise herself with the pool for the upcoming Parapan American Games. Some of the best para swimmers in the US and Canada will be competing at the (CanAm Para) meet.”

In 2011, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Ince created history by becoming the first T&T representative at a Parapan American Games.

Just 16 at the time, she performed with distinction, bagging bronze medals in the women’s 100m backstroke S9 and 100 free S9 events.

Ince was one of the star performers at the 2013 Youth Parapan American Games, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, capturing four gold medals.

She won the women’s 400 free in five minutes, 30.41 seconds, and also emerged victorious in the 100 back (1:23.12), 100 fly (1:21.89) and 100 free (1:12.86).

Ince and visually impaired shot put and discus thrower Carlos Greene competed at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.