Toronto first-year Nina Mollin rolled to three wins as the Varsity Blues swept U SPORTS rival Calgary on Saturday in the Ontario capital.
The Varsity Blues earned dominant victories over UNLV and Denver in Las Vegas as head coach Byron MacDonald achieved a historic milestone.
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.
Tonight at Canadian Trials, we will see the finals of the men’s and women’s 400 IM, 200 back, as well as the para 150 IM and 200 IM.
Kylie Masse will be looking to complete her sweep of the backstroke events tonight.
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.
Christey Liang of the Edmonton Keyano Swim Club won two events on the final night of pool swimming at the Canadian Junior Championships.
Patrick Hussey and Jacob Gallant were among five swimmers who won their second individual gold on day four of Canadian Juniors in Calgary.
Regan Rathwell, Carter Buck and Justin Fotherby all picked up their second win of the competition on day 2 of Canadian Juniors in Calgary.
At the 2017 edition, Canada finished 2nd on the medals table by winning 7 World Juniors gold medals. Jade Hannah returns 4 medals from that team for 2019.
Katherine Bellio and Emma O’Croinin earned five individual wins apiece at the 2018 Canadian Junior Championships.
13 year old Cole Pratt won two events and set two Alberta provincial records for the second night in a row…