Kelsey Wog (above), Markus Thormeyer, and Emily Overholt will all be chasing at their 4th individual wins on Saturday.
After winning two individual gold medals on day one, Victoria’s Danielle Hanus enters day two finals with the top seed in two more events.
UBC’s Emily Overholt will be looking to defend her titles in both the women’s 200 free and 400 IM on the first night of finals at the U SPORTS Championships.
Kelsey Wog took down an 11-year-old suited U SPORTS meet record during Day 1 prelims in Victoria, posting a time of 1:05.05 in the SCM 100 breaststroke.
Remedy Rule and Isabelle Stadden slimmed down their finals swims to improve from their #2 seeds. Meanwhile, Amy Bilquist scratched her #9 50 free seed.
Kylie Masse will look to complete her fourth consecutive backstroke sweep on the final night of the U SPORTS Championships in Vancouver.
After a big win last night in the 400 free, Emily Overholt will swim both the 200 free and 400 IM tonight at the u SPORTS Championships in Vancouver.
Rebecca Smith will look for her first Canadian University title tonight in the women’s 100 fly.
Yuri Kisil put up some fast times at the Canada West Swimming Championships.
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson will look to hold off Kylie Masse in tonight’s 200 IM final.
Kylie Masse will look to defend her 100 back title tonight and hunt down her Canadian Record of 56.02.
Kylie Masse will be on the hunt for her Canadian Record tonight in the 100 back after crushing the U Sport Championship Record this morning in 57.63.
Yuri Kisil leads a loaded field tonight in the men’s 200 free, including three of the four members of Canada’s 4×100 free relay in Rio.
Katerine Savard of the Universite de Montreal will make be the odds on favorite in both the women’s 200 free and 100 fly on day 1 at the 2017 U Sport Championships.
The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds are undergoing a large rebuild in terms of their team, saying goodbye to staple veterans such as Tera Van Beilen and Rebecca Terejko, and focusing on a new group of athletes.