Seven of Nova Scotia’s top swimmers wrapped up competing today at the 2018 Canadian Swimming Trials at Edmonton’s Kinsmen Sports Centre.
Halifax Trojan swimmer, Danial Murphy finished 8th today in the Men’s Para Multi-Class 50m Freestyle with a time of 44.83.
This was Swimming Canada’s flagship event of this year’s swimming season, with Canada’s best swimmers racing to represent the country at the Pan Pacific Championships this summer in Tokyo and the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships in Cairns, Australia. The final team rosters will be available online.
In total, approximately 400 swimmers from 105 clubs competed from across Canada with visiting competitors from France, Peru, Thailand, Singapore, Scotland and the United States.
Complete results from Nova Scotia’s swimmers:
|Brett Liem, Dartmouth Crusaders Swim Club (DCSC)||50m Freestyle||17th/23.73|
|Lise Cinq-Mars, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC)||100m Butterfly||21st/1:02.50|
|Tyler Herron, HTAC||100m Backstroke||21st/59.05|
|Alec Karlsen, HTAC||400m Individual Medley||15th/4:33.24|
|Danial Murphy, HTAC||Para Multi-Class 50m Freestyle||8th/44.83|
|Para Multi-Class 100m Freestyle||7th/1:32.81|
|Para Multi-Class 200m Freestyle||4th/3:12.33|
|Para Multi-Class 50m Backstroke||1st/55.46|
|Para Multi-Class 50m Butterfly||4th/52.30|
|Sarah Polley, HTAC||100m Freestyle||15th/57.44|
|Isabel Sarty, HTAC||1500m Freestyle||22nd/17:53.54|