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Team Alberta takes gold in the mixed 4×100-m medley relay on Day 2 of the 2022 Canada Games

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Photo : Vishal Talpada

ST. CATHARINES, Ontario – The 2022 Canada Games continued Monday at the Eleanor Misener Aquatics Centre at Brock University, with 15 champions crowned on Day 2.

A total of 317 swimmers, Para swimmers and special Olympians are competing at this six-day competition which ends on Friday with open water races at the Welland International Flatwater Centre.

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Women’s 50-m breaststroke

Gold: Grace Lu (Ontario) – 33.36

Silver: Katie Graboski (Alberta) – 33.41 – Personal Best

Bronze: Halle West (Manitoba) – 33.49

Men’s 50-m breaststroke

Gold: Keilen Bellis (Nova Scotia) – 30.17 – Personal Best

Silver: Brodie Khajuria (Ontario) – 30.22

Bronze: Sinan Onur (Québec) – 30.23 – Personal Best

Keilen Bellis on his win: “I have been working really hard on this, it is nice to see that it pays off”

Women’s 50-m breaststroke Special Olympics

Gold: Katie Xu (Ontario) – 51.59

Silver: Teagen Purvis (Manitoba) – 54.21

Bronze: Hailey Borowski (British Columbia) – 55.32

Men’s 50-m breaststroke Special Olympics

Gold: Connor Bissett (Alberta) – 36.09

Silver: Ramon Siytangco (British Columbia) – 36.34

Bronze: Wesley Wilks (Alberta) – 38.10

Connor Bissett on the atmosphere at the Games: “it’s amazing”

Women’s 200-m butterfly

Gold: Mia West (Manitoba) – 2:17.78

Silver: Lily Zhang (British Columbia) – 2:17.99

Bronze: Ashlyn Massey (Québec) – 2:18.44

Men’s 200-m butterfly

Gold: Max Malakhovets (Ontario) – 2:02.44 Personal Best

Silver: Peter Huang (British Columbia) – 2:03.00 – Personal Best

Bronze: Bill Dongfang (British Columbia) – 2:04.29

Max Malakhovets on his race: “It’s incredibly gratifying, I worked so hard and I had a lot of challenges in the last couple of months with my arm and finally, no only win but do a personal best for the first time in around six months, it’s extremely satisfying”

Women’s 400-m IM

Gold: Julie Brousseau (Ontario) – 4:47.44 – Personal Best

Silver: Bailey O’Regan (Ontario) – 4:56.80

Bronze: Sienna Angove (British Columbia) – 4:58.64

Men’s 400-m IM

Gold: Sebastian Gonzalez Barboza (Québec) – 4:31.56

Silver: Jordi Vilchez (Ontario) – 4:33.70

Bronze: Timothé Barbeau (Québec) – 4:34.25 – Personal Best

Women’s 100-m freestyle

Gold: Maxine Clark (Alberta) – 56.76 – Personal Best

Silver: Leilani Fack (British Columbia) – 56.85

Bronze: Julie Brousseau (Ontario) – 56.88

Men’s 100-m freestyle

Gold: Antoine Sauvé (Québec) – 52.58

Silver: Chris Weeks (Newfoundland and Labrador) – 52.75

Bronze: Laon Kim (British Columbia) – 52.96

Women’s 100-m freestyle multi-class

Gold: Katie Cosgriffe (Ontario)- 1:05.05

Silver: Breanna White (Alberta) – 1:12.80

Bronze: Allison Gobeil (Québec) – 1:37.53

Katie Cosgriffe: “I think that this experience has been something wonderful and I’m glad that I was able to be a part of”

Men’s 100-m freestyle multi-class

Gold: Reid Maxwell (Alberta) – 1:04.09

Silver: Cameron Chambers (British Columbia) – 1:01.35

Bronze: Jesse Canney (New Brunswick) – 1:02.02

Women’s 100-m freestyle Special Olympics

Gold: Teagen Purvis (Manitoba) – 1:26.04

Silver: Katie Xu (Ontario) – 1:29.14

Bronze: Bonnie Jean Shade (British Columbia) – 1:29.46

Men’s 100-m freestyle Special Olympics

Gold: Connor Bissett (Alberta) – 58.89

Silver: Thomas Patrick Pelley (Newfoundland and Labrador) – 1:02.88

Bronze: Ramon Siytangco (British Columbia) – 1:06.25

Mixed 4×100-m medley relay

Gold: Alberta (Maxine Clark, Dakota Howard, Nicholas Duncan, Jett Verjee) – 4:02.09

Silver: British Columbia (Paul Orogo, Justin Jung, Leilani Fack, Julia Strojnowska) – 4:02.98

Bronze: Ontario (Alexandar Lackovic, Grace Lu, Max Malakhovets, Julie Brousseau) – 4:04.85

Team Alberta: « It feels awesome, we all had hard swims throughout the day, we all swam at finals so it’s nice to just bring it home”