Gabe Mastromatteo of the University of Toronto broke his 2nd U Sports record in two nights on Friday at the Canadian U Sports Championships.
Mastromatteo obliterated the U SPORTS Record by nearly a full second in 27.53 as he neared the Canadian Record of 27.53 that has been on the books since 2009.
Three of the top eight times in the Canadian boys’ 13-14 rankings were produced on Thursday in Montreal, led by Grand Prairie Piranha’s Oliver Dawson.
Browne was one of a few notable names claiming top seeds on Thursday, as Kamryn Cannings and Danielle Hanus did the same in the women’s 200 butterfly.
15-year-old Will Browne was one of a few young stars during the first finals session of the meet. He dropped four seconds in the 200 IM to win the event.
Clark produced a time of 1:00.18, dropping her previous best by nearly a second while moving into #2 all-time in the Canadian 13-14 age group rankings.
Sydney Pickrem, the 200 IM champion from day 1, will not be competing in the 400 IM this morning.
Calgary’s Rebecca Smith won the women’s 100 free, 200 free, 100 fly and 100 IM at the meet as the Dinos edged UBC by 12.5 points.
Kelsey Wog (above), Markus Thormeyer, and Emily Overholt will all be chasing at their 4th individual wins on Saturday.
UBC’s Emily Overholt will be looking to defend her titles in both the women’s 200 free and 400 IM on the first night of finals at the U SPORTS Championships.
Alexander Pratt will be one of the keys for the UBC men if they want to hold off Calgary and win a fourth straight U SPORTS championship.
Cascade Swim Club’s Cole Pratt negative split his way to a win in the men’s 100 back on day two of the Canadian Championships in a time of 55.86.
Remedy Rule and Isabelle Stadden slimmed down their finals swims to improve from their #2 seeds. Meanwhile, Amy Bilquist scratched her #9 50 free seed.
Races to watch for tonight in Clovis are the women’s 400 IM, with Evie Pfeifer V. Sydney Pickrem, and the men’s 50 back, with Justin Ress V. Matt Grevers.