Liem & Sarty Wrapped Up Competition at the Canadian Swimming Trials


Two of Nova Scotia’s top swimmers wrapped up competition today at the Canadian Swimming Trials in Victoria, B.C. at the Saanich Commonwealth Place Pool.

Brett Liem of the Dartmouth Crusaders Swim Club/Acadia University finished 20th in the men’s 50m Freestyle with a time of 23.80; Isabel Sarty of the Halifax Trojan Aquatic finished 26th in the women’s 800m Freestyle with a time of 9:23.72.  Earlier in the week, Isabel competed in the women’s 200m Freestyle where she finished 19th with a time of 2:06.17 and 36th in the 1500m Freestyle with a time of 18:07.09.

The event was Swimming Canada’s flagship event of the Spring, with Canada’s best swimmers racing to represent the country at the FINA World Championships this summer in Budapest. Swimming Canada also selected swimmers to the 2017 FISU Games and the 2017 Junior World Championships. Former Halifax Trojan swimmer, Jade Hannah was named to the 2017 Junior World Championships team; Hannah is currently training and competing for Island Swimming as a member of Swimming Canada’s Academy in Victoria, B.C.

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Approximately 400 swimmers from 100 clubs from across Canada were in attendance.

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