Ingrid Wilm Hits 2nd 100 BK CAN Record In A Week (55.68), Now No. 9 All-Time

2021 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – SEASON 3, MATCH 5

Day 2 Recap

After becoming the first Canadian woman to break 56 seconds in the SCM 100 backIngrid Wilm bettered her own week-old national record with a 55.68 to win ISL match 5 for the LA Current. Last week, Wilm put up 55.94 in the 100 back to win in match 4, shortly following up with a No. 2 all-time Canadian performance of 55.98.

Wilm took home her second 50 two-tenths faster than last week, just 0.04s ahead of Kylie Masse‘s closing 50 during her 2016 record performance.

Split Comparison

Wilm Match 5 Wilm Match 4 MASSE 2016
1st 50 27.03 27.07 27.33
2nd 50 28.65 28.87 28.69
Total 55.68 55.94 56.02

Wilm now boosts from No. 12 to No. 9 all-time in event history, tying with Aussie Kaylee McKeown. Wilm is also the second-fastest Americas performer in history, only behind USA’s Olivia Smoliga (55.04).

ALL TIME TOP PERFORMERS – WOMEN’S 100 BK SCM

  1. Minna Atherton (AUS), 54.89 – 2019
  2. Katinka Hosszu (HUN), 55.03 – 2014
  3. Olivia Smoliga (USA), 55.o4 – 2020
  4. Kira Toussaint (NED), 55.17 – 2019
  5. Sakai Shiho (JPN), 55.23 – 2010
  6. Emily Seebohm (AUS), 55.31 – 2014
  7. Gao Chang (CHN), 55.48 – 2010
  8. Daryna Zevina (RUS), 55.54 – 2014
  9. Kaylee McKeown (AUS)/Ingrid Wilm (CAN), 55.68 – 2020/2021

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