Summer McIntosh Hits NAG Number 15, Another In Relay At Time Trial

Canadian phenom Summer McIntosh set her 15th Canadian National Age Group Record in the 11-12 category last Wednesday in a time trial at her home pool in Etobicoke.

The 12-year-old swam a time of 2:17.03 in the SCM 200 IM, breaking the 34-year-old record previously held by Allison Higson (2:19.25) by over two seconds. Higson was also a member of the Etobicoke Swim Club.

McIntosh’s previous best time was 2:19.55 from the A-B Meet held in Etobicoke back in January.

In addition to this individual record, she was also a part of the girls 4×50 free relay that set a NAG of its own in a time of 1:51.09. The team of McIntosh (27.88), Sylvia Statkevicius (27.65), Delia Lloyd (28.18), and Maya Bezanson (27.38) combined to sneak under the 2013 record held by Pointe-Claire (1:51.12).

Etobicoke now holds all five SCM relay records for the girls 11-12 age group. Between short course and long course, they hold nine of the ten records, with McIntosh being on all of them.

Here’s a look at the updated list of McIntosh’s 11-12 individual records:


  • 400 free LCM (4:22.29)
  • 800 free LCM (8:55.30)
  • 1500 free LCM (17:07.33)
  • 200 back LCM (2:17.82)
  • 200 fly LCM (2:15.24)
  • 200 IM LCM (2:19.92)
  • 400 IM LCM (4:50.21)
  • 200 free SCM (2:04.73)
  • 400 free SCM (4:20.46)
  • 800 free SCM (8:53.16)
  • 1500 free SCM (16:52.54)
  • 200 back SCM (2:15.93)
  • 200 fly SCM (2:18.03)
  • 200 IM SCM (2:17.03)
  • 400 IM SCM (4:50.14)

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That’s an incredible accomplishment but is it Fun?

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James Sutherland

James formerly competed for the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in February of 2018, placing 11th at the OUA Championships in the 200 IM, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in May. He …

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