The Canadian 2022 Commonwealth Games and 2022 World Championships will be decided this week at Trials in Victoria, British Columbia.
Day Three will feature heats of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back followed by the preliminary rounds of diving.
200 IM champion Ellen Walshe has a big night ahead of her as the top seed in the 400 IM and the second seed in the 100 butterfly just minutes later.
Florida’s Bobby Finke was named the SEC’s Men’s Swimmer of the Week, while fellow Gator Mabel Zavaros and Arkansas’ Andreas Sansores share the women’s award.
Tate Jackson makes his return to competition with the 100 free, having taken a five-month break from the water after receiving a one-month USADA suspension.
Katie Ledecky set a championship record in the 200 meter freestyler in prelims on Friday at the U.S. Open. She’ll race as the top seed in Friday’s final.
The second night of racing at the Georgia Tech invite should feature plenty of great races, including Luca Urlando’s finals debut after missing yesterday.
Smith raced the 400 IM, 100 fly (exhibition) and 100 back. He entered 10 individual events this week, and so far, has only sat out of the 200 free.
Neither Bobby Finke nor Kieran Smith swam at Friday’s meet, but another Gator Olympian, volunteer assistant Katie Ledecky, swam the men’s 500 frees in their absence.
On the final day of racing at the Canadian Trials, Cole Pratt and Taylor Ruck will have a shot at adding the 200 backstroke to their 2020 Olympic program.
Follow along here for live updates and analysis as racing gets underway on night 4 of the Canadian Olympic Swimming Trials.
After qualifying for the Olympic team in the 50 freestyle on night 3, Brent Hayden has decided not to swim the 100 freestyle final.
#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.
The Canadian 400 free relay got a little stronger on Friday when 3 out of 5 possible relay members when lifetime bests in Toronto.
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