At the Canadian 2016 Olympic Swimming Trials, Brittany MacLean won the 400m Freestyle by a dominance margin of 2.5% over all other competitors at the meet.
Kierra Smith won both breaststroke races and punched her ticket to Rio after taking the year off from the University of Minnesota to pursue her Olympic dreams.
Brittany MacLean leads a group that can change it all
Penny Oleksiak has emerged as one of the best young talents in the world this week after several top performances, but one performance that arguably tops them all is her 100m freestyle.
Brittany MacLean has been throwing down faster freestyle times all week long here at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto, and just put up the third fastest 800m freestyle in the world this year.
Penny Oleksiak will seek her third individual event for the Olympics tonight in the 100 free, coming into tonight as the top seed.
Santo Condorelli will finally get in on the action at trials this morning in the 100m free prelims.
MacLean threw down a 1:56.94 to break Genevieve Saumur’s Canadian record of 1:56.97 from the 2009 World Championships in Rome. MacLean’s performance makes her the only Canadian swimmer to dip under 1:57 following the end of the tech-suit era.
Brittany Maclean broke the Canadian record in the women’s 200 free in a time of 1:56.94.
15 year-old Taylor Ruck will look to make the Olympic team tonight in the 200 free as she comes in as the top seed from the prelims.
Canadian record holder Ryan Cochrane will compete in the men’s 400m free on day 3 at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
Brittany MacLean quieted all doubters last night with a huge 4:03.84 performance in the 400m freestyle to smash her own Canadian record by 1.22 seconds and punch in her ticket for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
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After the first day of competition here in Toronto at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials, two athletes have secured their spot on the Canadian Olympic team that will head to Rio this summer.