Competition continues in Calgary during the third day of competition at the 2019 Canadian Junior Swimming Championships.
15-year-old Madison Bond from the Truro Centurions Swim Club was Nova Scotia’s top swimmer of the day with a 14th place finish in the 15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke with a time of 1:15.03.
11 swimmers from across Nova Scotia are joined by nearly 550 swimmers from Canada; this meet is the highest national-level competition for swimmers 18 years of age and under.
Pool action continues daily through Sunday at Calgary’s Repsol Sports Centre, with competition starting at 9:00am local time for preliminaries and 5:30pm local time for finals. The open water events will take place Monday July 29th at Lake Chaparral.
Day Three Results for NS Swimmers:
|Will Myrer, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC)||14-15 men’s 200m Butterfly||22nd/2:18.86|
|Marion Synishin (HTAC)||15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke||18th/1:16.13|
|15-17 women’s 1500m Freestyle||23rd/18:33.65|
|Ella Dobson, Sackville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT)||15-17 women’s 1500m Freestyle||22nd/18:32.03|
|Juliette Mercier (SWAT)||13-14 women’s 100m Breaststroke||26th/1:21.94|
|Craig Bush, Truro Centurions Swim Club (TCSC)||16-18 men’s 200m Butterfly||30th/2:17.61|
|Madison Bond (TCSC)||15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke||14th/1:15.03|
|Ava Vial, Wolfville Tritons Swim Club (WTSC)||15-17 women’s 200m Butterfly||20th/2:28.41|
For additional information please, including daily timelines and reports visit Swimming Canada’s Information Page