The University of British Columbia rolled to a fourth straight sweep of the titles at the 2020 U SPORTS Swimming Championships in Victoria.
Kelsey Wog (above), Markus Thormeyer, and Emily Overholt will all be chasing at their 4th individual wins on Saturday.
Emily Overholt has won five gold medals through two days of the U SPORTS Championships and is position to add to her haul on the final night.
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.
Alexander Pratt will be one of the keys for the UBC men if they want to hold off Calgary and win a fourth straight U SPORTS championship.
Kelsey Wog won four races individually, including two that were new meet records, at the 2019 Canada West Championships in Lethbridge.
Jade Hannah completed a sweep of the women’s backstroke events on day three of the 2019 Canadian Championships in Winnipeg.
Kennedy Goss was one of 32 swimmers named to Canada’s roster for the 2019 World University Games.
17-year-old Luca Urlando won two events on Day 1 of the Mel Zajac Jr. International Meet, emerging victorious in both the 200 free and 50 fly.
Sydney Pickrem comes into the final night of the 2019 Canadian Trials looking for her third victory in the women’s 200 IM.
Kayla Sanchez is scheduled to swim both the 200 IM and 50 free on day five in Toronto.
Emily Overholt comes in as the favorite in the women’s 400 free final on night three in Toronto.