Kylie Masse of the University of Toronto broke the Canadian record in the 50 backstroke
Chase Kalisz went head-to-head with North Baltimore teammate Michael Phelps, roaring home on the last 50 to win this morning’s 200m IM in 2:02.42.
Ludlow delivered by posting a winning time of 4:14.86, passing 15-year-old Molly Gowans of University of Victoria-Pacific Swim Club in the final quarter. Gowans earned silver in 4:15.15.
Lindsay Vrooman won the first of two individual gold medals for the United States tonight with a win in the 800 free.
Holly Barratt of Australia was able to get her hand on the wall first to win the women’s 50 backstroke with a 28.04.
Rachel Bootsma and Liz Pelton will represent Team USA in the final of the women’s 100 backstroke today.
Kylie Massie won Canada’s first swimming gold medal of the games as the only swimmer to break 1 minute in the women’s 100 backstroke.
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