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Canadian Championships – Day Three Prelims

Oak’s Dominique Bouchard was the top qualifier in the women’s 200 backstroke…

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Jeremy Bagshaw And Alec Page Take Home Wins On Night Two Of Canadian Nationals

Alec Page, who recently was removed from the Canadian Commonwealth Games and Pan Pac roster due to a doping violation, was able to shed some light in what must’ve been a tough turn of events for him with a win in the 400m IM here in Saskatoon. Page was a 4:20.11 here, slower than he was at trials.

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Noemie Thomas Rocks A 26.23 To Win 50m Fly At Canadian Nationals On Day One

The women’s 50m fly displayed one of Canada’s top swimmers over the last few years: flyer Noemie Thomas. Thomas came into the meet as the top seed and the fastest Canadian swimmer in this event after posting a 26.33 at Mare Nostrum. The future Golden Bear swam a time of 26.23 tonight to better that time and move her up in the world rankings from 15th to 13th.

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Over 400 swimmers to compete at Canadian Swimming Championships

More than 400 swimmers from nine provinces will be competing at the Canadian Swimming Championships through Sunday, with national titles on the line in 40 events.

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Race Video: Missy Franklin wins 100 Back at the Santa Clara Grand Prix, 1:00.99

Despite battling the sun, Missy Franklin won the women’s 100 backstroke dipping under 1:01 with a time of 1:00.99.

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Missy Franklin Wins Three On Final Night Of Mel Zajac International

Missy Franklin kicked off the final night of competition at the Mel Zajac International with a win in the 100m…

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Missy Franklin And Noemie Thomas Go In As Top Seeeds After Prelims Of Mel Zajac International

Missy Franklin has been nothing but spectacular this weekend at the Mel Zajac International and she continued to impress by…

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Brittany MacLean Tops Missy Franklin On Night Three Of Mel Zajac International

Noemie Thomas kicked off night three of the Mel Zajac International with a vengeance, winning the 100m fly over rivals…

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Day Two Prelims Of Mel Zajac International: Missy Franklin Takes Top Seed In 200 Back

Missy Franklin stole the show in the 200m backstroke throwing down a 2:11.75 to take the top seed over teammate Elizabeth Pelton. Pelton touched in at 2:13.11 to take the second seed. The two Cal teammates really separated themselves from the rest of the field; third seed Melanie Klaren who’s also a Cal swimmer was over two seconds behind Pelton in 2:15.22

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Savard And Caldwell Take Top Seeds On Day Three Of Canadian Trials

The women’s 200m backstroke final should be a quick one as there’s a lot of depth in that field. Taking the top spot was Hilary Caldwell who swam a 2:10.82.

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Day Two Prelims Canada Trials

2014 CANADIAN TRIALS April 2-5 in Victoria, British Columbia Live results Live stream of the meet available here Pan Pacs…

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Dominique Bouchard Joins The Oakville Aquatic Club

One of Canada’s top backstrokers will be joining an already strong group of athletes at the Oakville Aquatic Club. Head Coach Sean Baker has told SwimSwam that Dominique Bouchard, who currently ranks 20th in the world in the 200 backstroke, has joined his team.

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Scott Weltz Breaks US Open Meet Record at Day 2 of 2013 U.S. Open

Scott Weltz brings a new U.S. Open Meet Record to play in the 200 m breaststroke at Wednesday evenings finals. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Missouri Tigers Light Up Friday at Columbia Sectional; Michael Andrew Goes 1:05 in 100 Breaststroke

Mizzou’s Mack Darragh won the men’s 200 fly on Friday at the Columbia Sectional meet in his home pool at the University of Missouri (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Big Question #4: Why Did Women’s NCAAs See Less International Scoring Than Men’s NCAAs?

USC’s Stina Gardell was the highest individual scorer internationally at the women’s NCAA Championships, but overall the ladies tended to be much more homegrown than the men. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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