Meyers took almost seven tenths off her previous American Record, going 1:04.22.
Canada’s Nicolas-Guy Turbide set his second Americas record of the 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships Sunday.
All a day removed from breaking world records in the 400 free, Aurélie Rivard, Becca Meyers, and Lakeisha Patterson won their respective 100 free races.
David Lush, coach of world champion and Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm, has been named ‘Coach of the Year’ by the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association.
Who are the big winners of the night?
Swimmers blasted five new Canadian records on the final day of the Para Swimming Canadian Open.
Canadian Shelby Newkirk broke the S7 100 back WR at day two of the Para Swimming Canadian Open.
Day one of the Para Swimming Canadian Open kicked off Monday afternoon
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After that it was all Murdoch as he took absolute control of the race turning first at the 150m wall. Jamieson was just a fraction of a second behind him at the turn, but Murdoch managed to pull away from the previous Scottish record holder and touch the wall in 2:07.30 just off of the world record held by Japanese swimmer Akihiro Yamaguchi.