Danielle Hanus comes in as the top seed in the women’s 200 fly after Penny Oleksiak scratched out.
Penny Oleksiak will swim the 200 free and not the 200 fly on day four of Canadian Trials.
Rebecca Smith came through with a big swim to qualify for the World Championships in the 100 fly after missing the previous night in the 100 free.
The previous record was set in 2015 by Josiah Binnema at 53.86. Binnema, coincidentally, also won the event tonight, hitting the wall in 52.62.
Maggie MacNeil dropped over a second from her best time to win the women’s 100 fly at Canadian Trials.
Emily Overholt comes in as the favorite in the women’s 400 free final on night three in Toronto.
Kylie Masse went sub-2:06 in the 200 back for the third time in her career, lowering the Canadian Record in 2:05.94.
Kierra Smith came back after being disqualified in the 200 breast to qualify for Worlds in the 100 on Thursday night.
The women’s 100 fly features youngsters Penny Oleksiak and Rebecca Smith at the top, along with Sweden’s Louise Hansson and another 2000-born Canadian, Maggie MacNeil.
Four Canadian age group records fell on night two in Toronto.
Penny Oleksiak will be looking to secure her spot on the 2019 Worlds team on night two of Canadian Trials in the 100 freestyle.
Cole Pratt has dropped tonight’s 400 IM final at the Canadian Trials after swimming the third fastest time of the morning.
Summer McIntosh has lowered the Canadian 11-12 National Age Group Record in this event by almost 11 seconds.
It’s day two of the Canadian Swimming Trials. Five women and one man have already booked their trips to the 2019 World Championships, and more will look to join them today – including in the all-important (from a relay perspective at least) 100 frees.
Kylie Masse doesn’t let the outside pressure of world records affect her performance in the pool.