Kylie Masse on Qualifying for 3rd Olympics, Women’s Backstroke Depth, and Training in Spain

2024 MARE NOSTRUM – CANET-EN-ROUSSILLON

At the recent Canadian Trials, backstroking ace Kylie Masse swam the best times she has recorded since the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (57.94 100 Back, 2:06.24 200 Back), qualifying for her 3rd Olympics in Paris. Returning to her home in Spain after the Trials, Masse joined her coaches and training group in Canet at the first leg of the Mare Nostrum Tour, where she won the 50 back on night 1 (27.43).

SwimSwam caught up with Masse after her win, discussing her Trials experience and looking ahead to the Paris Olympic Games.

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Summer in Paris
27 days ago

Kylie Masse is a swimmer everyone loves to root for!

Dan tm
Reply to  Summer in Paris
27 days ago

Just be very careful saying that in Australia!

Last edited 27 days ago by Dan tm
Summer in Paris
Reply to  Dan tm
27 days ago

Why?

Does it mean something else in Australia?

Dan tm
Reply to  Summer in Paris
27 days ago

Try google

Tanner-Garapick-Oleksiak-McIntosh
Reply to  Summer in Paris
27 days ago

You could say the word “Barrack” in Australia as it means to cheer on someone or some team.

ScovaNotiaSwimmer
Reply to  Dan tm
27 days ago

Probably still accurate 😂

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