2018 CANADIAN SWIMMING TRIALS
- July 18-22, 2018
- Edmonton, Alberta
- Kinsmen Sports Centre
- Full Selection Criteria
- Psych Sheets
- Live Results
- Day 2 Finals Live Stream
- Day 2 Finals Heat Sheet
Ten swimmers added their name to the Canadian roster for the next month’s Pan Pacific Championships tonight in Edmonton, led by reigning world champion Kylie Masse. After 13 qualifiers on day 1, the count is currently at 23.
Masse won the 100 back easily in a time of 59.05 to solidify her place on the team, and will have a great battle with Australia’s Emily Seebohm and fellow Canadian Taylor Ruck in Tokyo, just as they did back in April at the Commonwealth Games. There, Masse won gold in a time of 58.63, and she’s been as fast as 58.54 this year which is the fastest in the world.
Also adding their name to the team on day 2 was 2016 Olympic semi-finalist Yuri Kisil, who won the men’s 100 freestyle in a time of 49.14. Ruslan Gaziev and Owen Daly added their names to the team by finishing 3rd and 4th, as did Alexia Zevnik, Kyla Leibel and Maggie MacNeil by taking 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the women’s event.
Mabel Zavaros and Mack Darragh, both of the Oakville Aquatic Club, won the women’s and men’s 200 fly to add their names to the team, and Peter Brothers of the University of Calgary Swim Club also grabbed a spot with a win in the men’s 1500 in 15:38.56.
Canadian Pan Pac Qualifiers Through Day 2 (23)
|Mackenzie Padington||800 FR||Markus Thormeyer||200 FR, 4×100 FR, 100 BK|
|Taylor Ruck||200 FR||Alex Pratt||4×200 FR|
|Kayla Sanchez||200 FR||Javier Acevedo||4×200 FR|
|Penny Oleksiak||200 FR, 100 FR||Jeremy Bagshaw||4×200 FR|
|Rebecca Smith||4×200 FR||Richard Funk||100 BR|
|Kierra Smith||100 BR||Tristan Cote||400 IM|
|Emily Overholt||400 IM||Yuri Kisil||100 FR|
|Alexia Zevnik||4×100 FR||Ruslan Gaziev||4×100 FR|
|Kyla Leibel||4×100 FR||Owen Daly||4×100 FR|
|Maggie MacNeil||4×100 FR||Mack Darragh||200 FLY|
|Mabel Zavaros||200 FLY||Peter Brothers||1500 FR|
|Kylie Masse||100 BK|