Fast Swimming Continues Among Nova Scotia’s Swimmers  at the 2018 Canadian Junior Swimming Championships- Day Four Recap

Competition continues in Winnipeg during the fourth day of competition at the 2018 Canadian Junior Swimming Championships.

Madison Bond of the Truro Centurions Swim Club was Nova Scotia’s top swimmer of the day with her 11th place finish in the women’s 13-14 200m Breaststroke with a time of 2:47.12.  Yesterday, Madison set an unofficial Nova Scotia Provincial Record in the women’s 13-14 100m Breaststroke with a lifetime best time of 1:15.70.  Hayden Bartoch of the Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club finished 15th in the men’s 14-15 1500m Freestyle with a time of 16:55.27.

16 swimmers from across Nova Scotia are joined by nearly 700 swimmers from Canada; this meet is the highest national-level competition for swimmers 18 years of age and under.

Pool action wraps up tomorrow, Sunday July 29th at Winnipeg’s Pan Am Pool, 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 30th at St. Malo Provincial Park.

Results from Day Four:




Liam Ferguson, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC) Men’s 14-15

100m Backstroke

Hanna Mountford, HTAC Women’s 15-17

100m Backstroke

Marion Synishin, HTAC Women’s 13-14

200m Breaststroke

Nicholas Bourbonniere, HTAC Men’s 16-18

200m Freestyle

Men’s 16-18

100m Backstroke

Hanna Mountford, Ashleigh McKenna, Grace Earle, Isabelle Dearnaley, HTAC Women’s 400m Freestyle Relay 23rd/4:08.83
Hayden Bartoch, Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club (HWAC) Men’s 14-15

1500m Freestyle

Lucy Jardine, Sackville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT) Women’s 13-14

200m Freestyle

Madison Bond, Truro Centurion Swim Club (TCSC) Women’s 13-14

200m Breaststroke

Bo Stokesbury-Price, Wolfville Tritons Swim Club (WTSC) Men’s 14-15

200m Freestyle


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