34 Members selected to Canadian World Championships Team

  15 SwimSwam Staff | April 07th, 2013 | Canada, International, Previews & Recaps

The following is the official Canadian World Championships Team:

Female

Barbara Jardin, Montreal, 200 FR, 1:58.25

Sinead Russell, Burlington, Ont., 100 BK 1:00.12

Kristina Steins, Burlington, Ont., 100 BK, 1:00.85

Audrey Lacroix, Pont-Rouge, Que., 200 FL, 2:07.89

Katerine Savard, Pont-Rouge, Que., 200 FL, 2:08.34; 100 FL, 58.06

Samantha Cheverton, Pointe-Claire, Que., 200 FR, 1:58.80; 100 FR, 55.67

Brittany MacLean, Etobicoke, Ont., 200 FR, 1:59.53

Savannah King, Vancouver, 200 FR, 2:00.34; 400 FR, 4:10.34; 800 FR, 8:33.49

Tera Van Beilen, Oakville, Ont., 100 BR, 1:08.15; 200 BR, 2:25.84

Alexa Komarnycky, Victoria, 400 IM, 4:41.65; 800 FR, 8:34.17; 200 IM, 2:14.28

Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson, Ottawa, 400 IM, 4:42.71; 200 IM, 2:13.29

Victoria Poon, Montreal, 100 FR, 55.31; 50 FR, 25.24

Sandrine Mainville, Montreal, 100 FR, 55.32

Chantal van Landeghem, Winnipeg, 100 FR, 55.35; 50 FR, 25.19

Noemie Thomas, Vancouver, 100 FL, 58.31

Hilary Caldwell, White Rock, B.C., 200 BK, 2:09.31

Martha McCabe, Toronto, 200 BR, 2:27.35

 

Male 

Blake Worsley, Victoria, 200 FR, 1:48.80

Charles Francis, Montreal, 100 BK, 55.34

Zack Chetrat, Toronto, 200 FL, 1:58.01

Alec Page, Victoria, 200 FR, 1:49.36; 400 IM, 4:18.06

Aly Abdel-Khalik, Etobicoke, Ont., 200 FR, 1:49.59

Hassaan Abdel-Khalik, Etobicoke, Ont., 200 FR, 1:49.84; 100 FR, 50.57

Joel Greenshields, Calgary, 100 FR, 50.36

Richard Funk, Edmonton, 100 BR, 1:00.87

Tommy Gossland, Vancouver, 100 FR, 50.50

Luke Peddie, Vancouver, 100 FR, 50.62

Ryan Cochrane, Victoria, 400 FR, 3:47.08; 1500 FR, 14:59.73

Will Brothers, Victoria, 1500 FR, 15:02.48

Ashton Baumann, Ottawa, 200 BR, 2:14.84

Andrew Ford, Guelph, Ont., 200 IM, 2:00.03

Coleman Allen, Vancouver, 100 FL, 53.57

Russell Wood, Calgary, 200 BK, 2:01.01

Chris Manning, Brantford, Ont., 50 FR, 22.71

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CanadianSwimmer

Pretty sub-par meet

Then you really didn’t see that 1500, HUGE leap forward.

Philip Johnson

They gotta miss Hayden .. a 50.36 for the 100 free, ouch.

Other than Cochrane, their men’s team is BAD. Sorry, but true.

Its a young team for sure. Canada had alot of retiring swimmers and will be on the up for a number of years. The women’s team is far ahead of the mens’, but by 2016 you will see ALOT of improvement. Page, Brothers, Ford and Funk will play major/ semi-major roles in the next games…..future of Canadian swimming on the men’s side (well….to name a few)

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