Kisil posted times of 22.03 and 49.25 in the men’s 50 and 100 free (SCM) as he gears up for the Short Course World Championships next month.
Rebecca Smith won 4 individual events and 1 relay event for the Calgary Dinos, helping her team defeat UBC and Lethbridge.
Ontario’s Olivier Risk and Bailey O’Regan swept the 3km open water events as the province finished atop the medal table with 24 gold and 52 total medals.
Clark, who recently set a new Canadian National Age Group Record and broke the 1:00-barrier, won the women’s 100 fly in a time of 1:01.37.
Swimming for Team Alberta, Clark won the girls’ 100 freestyle (56.76) and contributed on the victorious mixed 400 medley relay on Monday in St. Catharines.
After a breakout performance at Nationals in Montreal, 14-year-old Maxine Clark headlines Team Alberta at the 2022 Canada Summer Games.
Maxine Clark put an exclamation point on a sensational week with triumphs in the girls’ 13-14 50m freestyle (26.50) and the 4×100 medley relay on Sunday.
Gold medals were awarded in 13 events on Saturday as the 2022 Speedo Canadian Junior and Senior Swimming Championships continued in Montreal.
24-year old Danielle Hanus won a star-studded 50 fly on day 4 of the 2022 Canadian Senior & Junior National Championships in Montreal.
Kamryn Cannings won the girls’ 200 free in the 15-17 age group on Wednesday, her second individual win of the meet so far.
Regan Rathwell of the GO Kingfish claimed the top seed in the women’s 50 breaststroke and also advanced second into the 200 IM final on Day 3 in Montreal.
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 blasted a 59.86 to win the 100 fly at the 2022 Canadian Championships, breaking Penny Oleksiak’s 13-14 national age group record from 2015.