After making his Jamaica senior swimming team debut at the World Championships in Budapest Hungary, Kito Campbell will seek to make more history at the first ever Caribbean Games in Guadeloupe.

Having established the fastest performances in the 50 and 100 metres breaststroke events at the World Championships with times of 29.06 seconds and 1:05.27 he will be looking for gold in Guadeloupe.

Campbell will lead a depleted team of just three which includes 2022 CARIFTA Gold medallists Mackenzie Headley and Sabrina Lyn.

Under serious threat will be his national 50 and 100 metres breaststroke records of 28.36 seconds and 1:04.62 respectively.

Campbell will also be looking to get further up the all time CARIFTA region rankings in the 50 breaststroke.

He is currently sixth.

The Games get underway on June 30 and will also see him testing his range in the 200 metre breaststroke.