Maggie MacNeil

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College (Michigan)

Maggie MacNeil Catie DeLoof Siobhan Haughey Daria Pyshnenko (photo: Jack Spitser)

2019

Maggie MacNeil had an immediate impact at Michigan her freshman year. At the Big Ten Championships, she won individual titles in the 50 free (21.65) and 100 fly (49.59). She also won as part of Michigan’s 200 and 400 free relays. At the NCAA Championships, Macneil placed 2nd in the 100 fly (49.66), 4th in the 50 free (21.50), and 6th in the 100 back (50.98).

2019 World Championships

MacNeil started her world championships in the women’s 4×100 free relay, where she split 53.18 on the 4th leg to help Canada get a bronze medal.

On day 2, Macneil turned heads as she upset 4-time defending world champ Sarah Sjostrom in the 100 fly. Macneil had a huge turn at the 50 to run down Sjostrom and take gold in a new American record of 55.83.

Macneil finished her schedule on Day 8 in the 4×100 medley relay, splitting a massive 55.56 butterfly leg to help Canada win another relay bronze.

International Medals

Place Event Year Meet
Gold 100 Fly 2019 World Championships
Bronze 400 Freestyle Relay 2019 World Championships
Bronze 400 Medley Relay 2019 World Championships

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
scy 50 Free 21.49 03/21/19 NCAA Championships
Austin, Texas
scy 100 Free 47.04 03/23/19 NCAA Championships
Austin, Texas
scy 100 Back 50.50 02/22/19 Big Ten Championships
Bloomington, Ind.
scy 100 Fly 49.59 02/22/19 Big Ten Championships
Bloomington, Ind.
lcm 100 Fly 55.83 07/22/19 2019 World Championships
Gwangju, South Korea
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