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.
15-year old Will Browne, who trains in the US with Cavalier Aquatics, won the 14-15 age group in the 100 free at the Canadian Championships on Thursday.
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.
That swim marked a personal best by 3.48 seconds, putting her in well under the U.S. Summer Nationals cut of 1:02.89.
The swim clipped 0.12 seconds off her previous best of 55.78, which she established at the International Team Trials in April.
Kaycee Cannings, Kamryn Cannings, Alicia L’Archeveque and Ella Varga (L-R) combined to break the Canadian NAG Record in the women’s 15-17 200 medley relay.
UNC recruit Katie Rauch (pictured) headlines the Tar Heel class with her outstanding versatility on backstroke and freestyle.
Más recientemente, Bello nadó en los Juegos Panamericanos de 2019, donde quedó novena en los 400 libre (4:17.92) quedando a las puertas de la final A.
At the 2019 Canadian World Champs Trials, Minic reached the 200 fly B-final, finishing 19th overall (2:19.00).
Canadian butterfly specialist Catherine Minic has committed to the Hawkeyes for 2021-22 and beyond.