Swimmers blasted five new Canadian records on the final day of the Para Swimming Canadian Open.
Day one of the Para Swimming Canadian Open kicked off Monday afternoon
Canada announced their roster for the 2016 Paralympic Games at the end of the last finals session at the Olympic & Paralympic Trials.
Day five finals recap of the Canadian Paralympic Trials.
Yesterday morning in the heats of the women’s PARA S1-7 50m fly, Tammy Cunnington set a new world record in the S4 category, clocking a time of 53.10. That swim takes over three seconds off the previous world record of 56.36 set by Sandra Erikson of Sweden at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens.
Aurelie Rivard will compete in the women’s 100 back prelims this morning.
Live recap of day four finals at the Canadian Paralympic Trials.
Tammy Cunnington set a new world in the women’s S4 50m fly this morning in 53.10.
Gordie Michie was the winner of the PARA SM5-14 200 IM last night.
Tammy Cunnington will swim in the PARA SM1-4 150 IM tonight at the Canadian Paralympic Trials.
Aurelie Rivard will compete in the 200 IM prelims this morning.
Day 2 finals of the Canadian Paralympic Trials will feature the 50 and 100 breaststroke events.
The 2016 Canadian Paralympic Trials day two live recap of prelims.
Tammy Cunnington lowered her own world record in the S4 class women’s 50m butterfly Saturday at the 2015 US Paralympics Swimming Open .
Nicolas Turbide, of Quebec City, collected Canada’s first gold of the meet, winning the 200-IM for the visually impaired in two minutes, 19.99 seconds. Devin Gotell, of Montreal, was second in 2:26.62.