Wilm’s previous lifetime best time was the 59.54 she split on Canada’s 4×100 medley relay at the 2022 World Championships in June.
Wilm put up a time of 1:01.03 in the prelims, leading a women’s 100 back field that features three others with best times sub-1:00.5.
15-year-old Will Browne was one of a few young stars during the first finals session of the meet. He dropped four seconds in the 200 IM to win the event.
Clark produced a time of 1:00.18, dropping her previous best by nearly a second while moving into #2 all-time in the Canadian 13-14 age group rankings.
16-year-old Abby Dunford needed to drop 9 seconds from her lifetime best 1500 free time to earn the FINA ‘A’ cut – she dropped 18 seconds instead.
After winning the 100 back last night, Kylie Masse (pictured) will have another chance to compete tonight in the 50 back.
Ashley McMillan of the GO Kingfish added two more 15-17 Canadian NAG records in Toronto, finishing the meet with an astonishing six victories.