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Kylie Masse broke her own 100 back national record in the 400 medley relay prelims this morning, leading off the Canadian women who also combined to break the national record.
Abbey Weitzeil’s huge split on the 4×100 free relay gives a spark of hope to an American medley relay originally projected to take silver.
Ryan Murphy extended the Americans streak to six consecutive gold medals in the men’s 100 backstroke.
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Michael Phelps won his record 19th Olympic gold medal as the Americans regained glory in the men’s 400 free relay.
Katie Ledecky will swim her first individual event of these games this morning, taking things out in the heats of the 400m freestyle. The world record holder will be looking to enter her first Olympic final in this event.
Lilly King (above) is making her move into long course after breaking the American Record in both the 100 and 200 yard breaststrokes in March.
Penny Oleksiak will seek her third individual event for the Olympics tonight in the 100 free, coming into tonight as the top seed.
Sprint star Chantal van Landeghem will finally hit the water at these trials in the women’s 100 free heats.
After barely missing out on earning a spot on the Olympic team early in the meet, both Katerine Savard and Kennedy Goss made the criteria to gain Olympic nomination for the Rio Games this summer.
15 year-old Taylor Ruck will look to make the Olympic team tonight in the 200 free as she comes in as the top seed from the prelims.
Canadian record holder Ryan Cochrane will compete in the men’s 400m free on day 3 at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
The Canadian women’s team is looking to be well rounded with the potential to send a swimmer into the Olympic final in almost every stroke discipline. While women’s backstroke has the most depth in Canadian swimming, women’s breaststroke isn’t far behind. With plenty of top competitors like Rachel Nicol, Kierra Smith, and Martha McCabe, Canada has the potential to send a very solid breaststroke group to Rio.