Toronto first-year Nina Mollin rolled to three wins as the Varsity Blues swept U SPORTS rival Calgary on Saturday in the Ontario capital.
In the midst of a busy weekend, second-year Gabe Mastromatteo won the men’s 100 breast (1:02.60) and 200 breast (2:24.99) at the Toronto Grand Prix.
The High Performance Centre training groups from Toronto and Vancouver have come together for a two-week training camp in Fort Lauderdale.
Abbey Weitzeil is back in charge of the US women’s sprint group after her best 100 free in a year-and-a-half on Saturday morning.
High school junior Katie Grimes led all swimmers with $6,500 in earned prize money thanks to three wins and six total podium finishes.
Aiden Norman, the fastest 16-year-old Canadian ever in the SCM 200 backstroke, recently sent his commitment to the University of Florida.
Ella Jansen won and swam a best time in the 100 fly earlier in the meet; in the 100 free, she’ll look to move way up from the 25th seed.
Kylie Masse started her meet in Knoxville with a Pro Swim Series record, touching for the win in the 50 back in 27.38.
26-year-old Canadian Kylie Masse won the women’s 50-meter backstroke in 27.38, taking down Olivia Smoliga’s previous Pro Swim record of 27.43 from 2018.
Oleksiak is in Knoxville training, but has made the decision alongside her coach not to compete at the first Pro Swim Series stop of the year.
McIntosh had a phenomenal 2022 that included winning four medals at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest and setting multiple World Junior Records.
Simone Manuel will make her return to elite swimming next week, according to psych sheets for the Pro Swim Series stop in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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