Thursday morning’s prelims session at the 2022 Canadian Trials will feature the 50 fly, 100 breast, 200 free, para 50 fly and para 100 free.
Katerine Savard, the runner-up in the women’s 100 fly last night, was entered in the women’s 50 fly as the top seed, but has scratched.
Managing training at the level Brent needed to as well as the things he wanted to do outside of swimming proved too much this time around
16-year-old Abby Dunford needed to drop 9 seconds from her lifetime best 1500 free time to earn the FINA ‘A’ cut – she dropped 18 seconds instead.
MacNeil cites prioritizing her mental health as the primary driver for the decision.
After winning the 100 back last night, Kylie Masse (pictured) will have another chance to compete tonight in the 50 back.
Josh Liendo took more than half a second of the Canadian record with a time that would have tied for 4th place at Tokyo 2020.
En route to her second gold medal of the meet, Kylie Masse lowered the 50 back national record for the third time this year.
We’ll see World Champion and Olympic Champion Maggie MacNeil make her debut this morning.
Next up, Mabel Zavaros, the #5 seed in the women’s 1500 free coming into the meet, will not be racing the event today.
Night one of the Canadian Swimming Trials saw 6 swimmers qualify for the 2022 World Championships and 3 swimmers qualify for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Outside of the record, McIntosh rose to 3rd in the world this year in the event, behind only Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky.
13-year old Halle West cleared budding superstar Summer McIntosh as the fastest Canadian ever in the 200 IM at that age.
After undergoing surgery in the fall, Finlay Knox is back on track on day 1 of the Canadian National Championships and Canadian Swimming Trials.
The first finals session of the 2022 Canadian Trials is here, and with it we’ll see finals of the women’s and men’s 200 IM, 100 back, and 400 IM.