September 25, 2022

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Tests Canada. Day 5. 200 post: Kylie Mass (2.07.66). 400 Composition: Summer Macintosh (4.34.86).

The match ended on the fifth and final day of the Bell Canadian Tests It takes place at the Sanich Commonwealth Place in Victoria without spectators.

Day 5 Summary

15 years old Summer Macintosh With another 400 medley medley wins (4.34.86), the multi-talented Canadian teenager is far from his extraordinary junior world record set in early March (4.29.12), yet he continues his winning streak.

400 MX D – McIntosh Summer 4: 34.86
200 FA D – McIntosh Summer 2: 07.60
200 SL D – McIntosh Summer 1: 55.39
400 SL D – McIntosh Summer 4: 01.59 RN

 McIntosh, Summer           4:34.86     
                 28.52      1:00.88 (32.36)
        1:35.60 (34.72)     2:10.30 (34.70)
        2:50.61 (40.31)     3:31.92 (41.31)
        4:04.12 (32.20)     4:34.86 (30.74)

Summer Macintosh

“I was not very happy in racing. I thought I was a little fast. There are always things to learn in racing. There is room for improvement in every race I play.

Stokes Richie He won the men’s 200 backstroke in a personal best (1: 58.79) Colin Cogne Best in Men’s 400 Medley (4: 17.82).

Olympic silver medal Kylie Massey He won the 200 Backstroke Test at 2: 07.66 and holds the hat-trick record of national backstroke titles included in the Butterfly Sprint Test.

200 DO D – Mass Kylie 2: 07.66
50 FA D – Mass Kylie 26.96
50 DO D – Mass Kylie 27.18 RN
100 DO – Mass Kylie 58,487

Kylie Massey

“This is not the place I want to go, but this is where I am now. It’s been a long week. It’s nice to be back in the competition.

The rehearsal ends tomorrow

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Below is a list of all the winners.

Day 5

200 DO D – Mass Kylie 2: 07.66
200 DO U – Stokes Richie 1: 58.79
400 MX D – McIntosh Summe 4: 34.86
400 MX U – Gagne Collyn 4: 17.82

Day 4

200 FA D – McIntosh Summer 2: 07.60
200 FA U – Hussey Patrick 2: 00.60
100 SL D – Sanchez Kyla 53.68
100 SL U – Leondo Joshua 48.35
50 RA D – Nicole Rachel 31.36
50 RA U – Hes Apollo 27.78

Day 3

50 FA D – Mass Kylie 26.96
50 FA U – Perrault Alex 24.35
100 RA D – Angus Sophie 1: 07.60
100 RA U – Dergousof Jam 1: 01.30
200 SL D – McIntosh Summer 1: 55.39
200 SL U – Gaziev Ruslan 1: 47.44

Day 2

50 DO D – Mass Kylie 27.18 RN
50 DO U – Courville Forti 25.98
100 FA D – MacNeil Margaret 57.13
100 FA U – Liendo Joshua 50.88 RN
1500 SL D – Dunford Abby 16: 20.26
800 SL D. – Brown Eric 7: 59.68

Day 1

200 MX – Knox Finley 1: 57.50 RN
200 MX – Bikram Sydney 2: 10.58
100 DO – Mass Kylie 58.48
100 DO U – Acevedo Javier 54.37
400 SL D – McIntosh Summer 4: 01.59 RN
400 SL U – Paxha Jeremy 3: 52.01

All the best Canadian swimmers competing for this event, Kylie Massey, Penny Olexiak, Sidney Bikram, Taylor Ruck, Kayla Sanchez, Catherine Schwartz and Rebecca Smith, Josh Leando, Summer Macintosh, Margaret McNeil And Tessa Silucha. This test is considered valid to define the Canadian team for the Budapest World Championships and the Commonwealth Games.

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552 swimmers representing 131 clubs will attend.

Instead the 15-year-old waited for the trials Summer MacintoshThe talented and versatile swimmer has competed in over 200 butterfly, 400 medley, 200, 400 and 800 freestyle events. 21-year-old Olympic and world champion in 100 butterflies and world record holder in 50 backstrokesMargaret McNeill, Newly selected Canadian swimmer.

“I’m always had expectations of myself, but I think the expectations of the people around me have changed. I’m done better once and I want to show that I can do it again. I want to swim as close to my best times as possible. I have not swum much in the long pool this year.

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