The 2022 Canadian Trials kick off this morning in Victoria, on the west coast of the country.
The most noteworthy scratch is sprint freestyle star Kayla Sanchez, who has scratched the women’s 100 back.
The Canadian 2022 Commonwealth Games and 2022 World Championships will be decided this week at Trials in Victoria, British Columbia.
Three U Sports Records fell on the final day of the meet, along with one Canadian Record.
Wog’s time came just eight one-hundredths shy of the U SPORTS record, a 2:18.59 set by former world record holder Annamay Pierse in 2009.
Secchi put up a time of 23.23, breaking the previous U SPORTS record of 23.31 set by UBC’s Coleman Allen in 2015.
Calgary’s Rebecca Smith won two individual events on Thursday night, including breaking her U SPORTS Record in the 200 freestyle in a time of 1:53.19.
The University of Toronto first-year clocked 59.00 in the men’s 100 breast to erase the previous record of 59.07 set by Nick Kostiuk in 2017.
Wilby takes over in the interim in place of former head coach Brad Dingey.
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.
Ashley McMillan of the GO Kingfish added two more 15-17 Canadian NAG records in Toronto, finishing the meet with an astonishing six victories.
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.
Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.
#8 seed Keir Ogilvie dropped the 200 fly after placing 3rd in the 100 fly on Saturday with a lifetime best time of 53.28. This was his last event of the meet.
Follow along live with day 1 finals of the Canadian Olympic Trials as swimmers take to the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 400 freestyle.