Sierra Dolphins skipper Joshua J.J. Wyse and the three other Swimmers are among the thirty-nine athletes from nine sporting disciplines that will represent Sierra Leone in the 2022 Commonwealth Games
Joshua J.J. Wyse who is both a junior and senior Olympian swimmer will compete in the 50m Freestyle and Butterfly events.
The Vice-Captain Isha Kanu set to compete in the 50m Breaststroke and Backstroke events.
Mohamed Kamara who benefited from a scholarship to train at the high facility FINA Development Center in Senegal last year will be in action in the 50m Freestyle and Breaststroke events.
Tity Dumbuya is an Olympian swimmer set to compete in the 50m Freestyle and Butterfly events.
Apart from Tity Dumbuya who is presently benefiting from a one-year scholarship at FINA Development Center in Dakar Senegal, the three other swimmers Joshua J.J Wyse, Isha Kanu and Mohamed Kamara, revealed that they are engaged in intensive workouts at Aberdeen Beach for the competition, due to the rehabilitation of the Siaka Steven Stadium.
The 2022 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games and commonly known as Birmingham 2022, is an international multi-sport event for members of the Commonwealth that is scheduled to be held in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August 2022 – twenty years after the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games and on the ten-year anniversary of London 2012. Birmingham was announced as host on 21 December 2017, marking England’s third time hosting the Commonwealth Games after London 1934 and Manchester 2002, and the seventh Games in the United Kingdom after London and Manchester, Cardiff 1958, Edinburgh 1970 and 1986, and Glasgow 2014.