Armstrong’s 50 back and Douglass’ 50 free silvers, plus the men’s 4×100 medley relay title, solidified the US’s 2024 Doha team title.
Simonson coached the likes of Lorne Wigginton, Laon Kim, Paul Dardis and several other age groupers to standout years in the pool at UCSC.
UBC’s O’Croinin swept the women’s 50, 100, 200 and 400 free while also leading the Thunderbirds to two new Provincial relay records.
After missing this year’s World Championship team with an injury, Taylor Ruck is scheduled to race for Canada in Doha in 2024.
McGill’s Hazem Issa has helped propel the team to the top ranking on the men’s side through the first two months of the U SPORTS season.
The men’s 800 free will see Brazilian star distance swimmer Guilherme Costa take the stage.
Kicking things off this morning will be Catie DeLoof in the women’s 100 free.
Kim took off more than six-tenths from his previous best time of 51.05, which stands as the Canadian NAG record in the 13-14 age group.
The 14-year-old Kryger dipped under her personal best set in early July to leapfrog Jade Hannah for #2 all-time in the 13-14 age group behind Taylor Ruck.
The numbers indicate that China could be on the verge of its first-ever medal in this event if they’re clicking at the right time.
Canadian star Josh Liendo headlined the list of competitors during prelims on Sunday morning, taking the top seed in the 100-meter freestyle with a 49.85.
The final prelims session at the 2023 Mel Zajac Jr. International Swim Meet wrapped up with some strong swims out of the UBC Aquatic Center.
20-year-old Canadian Josh Liendo took the top seed in both the 200 free (1:50.59) and 50 fly (24.15) during prelims on Friday morning in Vancouver.
The 2023 Mel Zajac Jr. International Swim Meet kicked off this morning at the UBC Aquatic Centre in Vancouver.
MacNeil will race the 50 free, 100 free, 50 fly and 100 fly this weekend in Vancouver, continuing to fine-tune things prior to the World Championships.