University of Calgary Swim Club Girls Break 13-14 NAG In 200 Medley Relay

CSI: 2019

  • June 7-9, 2019
  • Calgary, Alberta
  • Talisman Sports Centre
  • Results on Meet Mobile: ‘CSI: 2019’

The University of Calgary Swim Club girls broke the Canadian National Age Group Record in the 13-14 200 medley relay competing at the CSI: 2019 meet back on June 9th.

The team of Teagan McKenzieAlicia L’ArchevequeKamryn Cannings, and Eliza Housman combined for a time of 1:59.97, lowering the previous mark of 2:00.83 set by the Olympian Swim Club in 2011.



Olympian Swim Club, 2011 University of Calgary Swim Club, 2019
Georgia Kidd – 31.11 Teagan McKenzie – 31.17
Annika Kamminga – 35.30 Alicia L’Archeveque – 33.35
Emily Flowers – 28.63 Kamryn Cannings – 29.42
Paige Kremer – 25.79 Eliza Housman – 26.03
2:00.83 1:59.97

The difference maker compared to the old record came from breaststroker Alicia L’Archeveque, whose 33.35 split was almost two seconds quicker than Annika Kamminga on the 2011 relay.

There is potential for the relay to be even faster, as both McKenzie and Cannings were off of their personal best times. McKenzie has been 30.64 in the 50 back dating back to May of 2018, while Cannings went 28.78 flat-start in the 50 fly in April at the Western Canadian Championships.

The only other NAG the club holds in long course is also in the 200 medley relay, as the 13-14 boys set the record last year (at this same meet) in a time of 1:52.02.

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Northern SwimParent
3 years ago

That is a great result Everyone should be proud.

3 years ago

Great swim by these girls and the UCSC team – this is the 3rd year in a row a NAG has been set in this event at this meet: 2019 Girls 13-14 (UCSC), 2018 Boys 13-14 (UCSC), 2017 Boys 13-14 (CASC)

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James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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