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Biography

DILLETTE Alana

Nationality Bahamas Flag BAH Bahamas
Birth Date 02/12/1987
Gender Women
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Aquatics Swimming Women's 100m Freestyle
Aquatics Swimming Women's 200m Freestyle
Aquatics Swimming Women's 50m Butterfly
Aquatics Swimming Women's 100m Butterfly
Aquatics Swimming Women's 50m Backstroke
Aquatics Swimming Women's 100m Backstroke

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
10:00
SAS Women's 200m Freestyle
Heat 02
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (7) 2:09.60 Completed
16 Mar
10:37
SAS Women's 50m Butterfly
Heat 05
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (8) 29.46 Completed
17 Mar
10:17
SAS Women's 100m Backstroke
Heat 02
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (6) 1:07.69 Completed
17 Mar
11:00
SAS Women's 100m Freestyle
Heat 05
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (6) 59.55 Completed
17 Mar
20:09
SAS Women's 100m Freestyle
Semifinal 01
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (8) 59.78 Completed
18 Mar
10:45
SAS Women's 100m Butterfly
Heat 02
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (4) 1:06.17 Completed
19 Mar
10:12
SAS Women's 50m Backstroke
Heat 04
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (5) 30.92 Completed
19 Mar
19:22
SAS Women's 50m Backstroke
Semifinal 01
Bahamas Flag BAH  - DILLETTE Alana (6) 30.90 Completed

Place Of Birth Canada
Occupation Student
Recent Results CCCAN Games (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2005)
1st in the Girls 15-17 50m Backstroke (30.70)
3rd in the Girls 15-17 100m Backstroke (1:08.23)
7th in the Girls 15-17 50m Butterfly (29.90)
10th in the Girls 15-17 100m Butterfly (1:08.38)
2nd in the Girls 15-17 200m IM (2:26.67)
3rd in the Girls 15-17 400m IM (5:16.50)
Commonwealth
Games History
has not competed
Olympic
Games History
has not competed
Other Alana has a sporting background - her brother Robert swims for the University of Ottawa and her mother played volleyball for the University of Toronto.

She is third child of Kathryn and Al Dillette and learned to swim herself at the age of four. She credits her mother, a teacher at St Andrew's, for giving her the opportunity to explore early in life.

She made history at the Carifta Swimming Championships when she picked up an unprecedented ten gold medals. She hit another milestone in August 2005 when she became the first Bahamian female to win a gold medal at the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships.

Her national achievements include Age Group National Champion (8 and under, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14).

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