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Records fall on first day of Canada Cup
November, 23, 2012
– Swimmers broke four meet records, a Canadian club record and even a Jamaican record on the first day of the Canada Cup at the Etobicoke Olympium Friday.
The UBC Dolphins set a new Canadian club record in the women’s 200-metre medley relay, as the team of
Lauren Lavigna, Noemie Thomas
and 2012 Olympians
turned in a time of 1:51.54.
“It’s exciting, it’s always nice to be a Canadian record holder and be in the record books. It’s a good feeling,” said McCabe, who will represent Canada at the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Istanbul from Dec. 12-16 alongside Thomas and MacLean.
“This is a really good way to get off the blocks one last time (before the world short-course championships) and do some final tune-ups race-wise,” added McCabe, the Swimming Canada Breaststroke Female Swimmer of the Year.
It was a big day for the 16-year-old Thomas, who trains at the National Swim Centre – Vancouver. She swam the women’s 100-m butterfly in a meet record 58.02 in the morning heats. She followed up by winning the final with a 58.11.
“She’s really good for Canadian swimming and the UBC program is really helping her rise to the top as a young swimmer. It will be really good to see what she can do in the future for sure,” McCabe said of Thomas, who set one of four new Canada Cup records on the day.
(UBCD/NSC – Van) established a new meet mark in the men’s 50-m butterfly with a time of 23.46. Aspinall took home three gold medals on the day, also winning the 100-m backstroke and the 100-m freestyle. His backstroke time of 52.60 was just six one-hundredths off American Olympic star
’s 2006 meet record.
Aspinall’s triple gold matched the performance of Jamaican guest star
Atkinson, representing South Florida Aquatic Club, posted a 1:04.69 in the women’s 100-m breaststroke, the third-fastest time in the world this year. That set a Canada Cup record and national mark for Jamaica. Atkinson later won the 200-m individual medley with a time of 2:11.71 and the 50-m freestyle with a 25.35.
The other meet record went to
of Toronto Swim Club/University of Toronto, who bested his own 2010 mark in the Canada Cup with a 1:55.60 in the men’s 200-m butterfly. Chetrat is also a member of the national short-course team heading to Istanbul next month.
A total of 10 Canadian Olympians competed and won several events.
was in fine form, swimming a 27.86 to take the women’s 50-metre backstroke.
came out on top with a 1:57.31 in the women’s 200-m freestyle
The closest final of the evening saw
(Island Swimming, Victoria) edge fellow Olympian
(UBCD/NSC – Van.) by just 0.02 seconds in the women’s 800-m freestyle with a time of 8:33.08.
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Hosted by Etobicoke Swimming in conjunction with Swimming Canada, the Canada Cup features 337 registered swimmers from across Canada. A total of 69 clubs from nine provinces are represented, along with a handful of international competitors.
Action continues with 19 more events Saturday. Heats begin at 10 a.m. with finals and award ceremonies beginning each evening at 5:45 p.m.
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