Osborn Breaks 2 Short Course Canadian Deaf National Records

University of Manitoba Bisons swimmer Thomas Osborn broke two short course Canadian deaf national records this past weekend at the Manitoba/Saskatchewan Short Course Championships.


Osborn swam a 24.27, just under the previous record of 24.43 set by Philippe Ouellet of Quebec. He then went on to break Christopher Rinaldi’s 7 year old Canadian deaf record in the 100 freestyle with a 52.85.

This is Osborn’s third short course national deaf record. He currently holds the Canadian deaf short course record in the 50 metre butterfly.

Swimming news courtesy of Canadian Deaf Sports Association.

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