|Melbourne 2022 World Aquatics Championships (25m)||—||—||31||—|
|Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games||1||4||—||—|
|Budapest 2022 FINA World Championships||1||1||1||4|
|Abu Dhabi 2021 FINA World Championships (25m)||—||4||—||5|
|Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games||—||2||1||3|
|Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships||1||—||2||3|
|Tokyo 2018 Pan Pacific Championships||1||—||—||3|
|Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games||2||2||—||4|
|Budapest 2017 FINA World Championships||1||—||1||3|
|Rio 2016 Olympic Games||—||—||1||2|
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- At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Masse won silver in the 100m and 200m backstroke and broke the Canadian record in the 200m. Masse was also a member of the 4x100m medley relay which won bronze and broke the Canadian record.
- At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Masse won her first Olympic medal, a bronze, in the 100m backstroke, tied with China’s Tuanhui Fu. She also swam the backstroke portion of the 4x100m medley relay which finished in 5th position with a new Canadian record.
- Masse earned three medals during the 2022 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m). She took bronze in the 200-m backstroke, and was also part of the quartet for both the 4×100 medley and 4×50 mixed medley relays in Melbourne, Australia.
- Masse took silver in all three backstroke events during the 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup series in front of a home crowd in Toronto in between individual golds in the 50-m backstroke in Berlin and Indianapolis a few days before and after.
- At the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Masse won gold in the 50m backstroke, lowering the Commonwealth Games record in the semi-finals as well as the final. She also won silver in the 100m backstroke and 200m backstroke and was a member of the 4x100m medley relay and the mixed 4×100 medley relay that won silver.
- Masse won gold in the 50m backstroke and silver in the 100m backstroke and was part of the women’s 4x100m medley relay that won bronze at the 2022 FINA World Championships in Budapest. She also finished 5th in the 200 backstroke.
- Masse became the first Canadian to win gold medals at three world championships and is now one of the swimmers, along with Americans Caeleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky, who have won gold medals at worlds in 2017, 2019 and 2022.
- Masse became the first Canadian swimmer to win gold at three consecutive World Aquatics Championships
- At the 2021 FINA World Championships (25m), Kylie Masse became the most decorated Canadian FINA swimmer of all time with 11 medals to her name. Masse took silver in the 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke, eclipsing the Canadian record in the 100m backstroke. Masse also swam the backstroke leg of the 4x100m medley relay that brought home a silver medal after eclipsing the Canadian record. In addition, she was part of the 4x50m medley relay team that lowered the Canadian record and finished fourth.
- She became the first Canadian swimmer to defend her world championship title in the women’s 100m backstroke at the 2019 FINA World Championships held in Gwangju, where she also won bronze in the 200m backstroke and 4x relay. Women’s 100m medley for which the team set a Canadian record. She thus increased her total harvest at the Worlds to five medals, and is now tied with Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak for the best harvest.
- At the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Masse won the gold medal by lowering the world record (58.10) in the 100m backstroke and became the first Canadian swimming world champion.
- At the same meet, Masse swam the backstroke in the mixed medley 4x100m relay which won bronze and lowered the Canadian record (3:41.25).
- At the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo, Kylie Masse won gold in the 100m backstroke and lowered the Pan Pacific Championships record in the preliminaries. She was named the Championships’ Outstanding Swimmer for her performance in the 100m backstroke.
- At the 2018 Commonwealth Games, won gold and lowered the Commonwealth Games record in the 100m and 200m backstroke.
- At the same meet, she won silver in the 50m backstroke and the 4x100m medley relay.
- Masse lowered the Canadian record in the 50m backstroke at the 2022 Bell Canadian Swimming Trials. Masse also won gold in the 50m butterfly and 100m and 200m backstroke, qualifying for the 2022 FINA World Championships and the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
- Masse was tentatively named to the 2020 Olympic team thanks to her performances in 2019 and confirmed her spot by winning gold and breaking the Canadian record in the 100m backstroke at the 2020 Olympic Trials. She also won the gold in the 200m backstroke and bronze in the 50m freestyle.
- At the 2019 Canadian Swimming Trials, Masse lowered the Canadian record in the 200m backstroke in addition to winning the 100m backstroke to qualify for the FINA World Championships team.
- Masse won Swimming Canada’s Female Swimmer of the Year in 2019, 2018 and 2017.
- At the 2017 Canadian Swimming Trials, Masse won gold in all three backstroke events and qualified for the FINA World Championships. She set her personal best times in the 100m and 200m backstroke and lowered her Canadian record in the 100m.
- At the 2016 World Swimming Championships (25m) in Windsor, Ontario, this local swimmer did not disappoint, competing in four events, including two relays. Individually, she won silver in the 100 backstroke in 56.02, a Canadian record. She also competed in the 50 backstroke, where she finished 8th and set a new Canadian record.
- During the same event, Masse and teammates Rachel Nicol, Katerine Savard and Penny Oleksiak won the silver medal and set a new Canadian record in the 4x100m medley relay. Masse swam the 4x50m medley relay, setting a new Canadian record in the preliminaries. This record was unfortunately insufficient to get on the podium, and the relay finished in 4th place .
- Masse won gold in the 100m backstroke and earned a spot on the Olympic team at the 2016 Olympic and Para-swimming Trials in Toronto. She lowered the Canadian record in the preliminaries and once again in the final. She won bronze in the 200m individual medley and finished 4th in the 200m backstroke.
- In her second year of university, Kylie won the Ontario University Athletics and Canadian Interuniversity Sport Female Athlete of the Year.
- At the World University Championships, she won gold in the 100m backstroke and finished 5th in the 50m backstroke. She also finished 7th in the 4×100 medley and 4×100 freestyle relays.
- ISL Team 2021: Toronto Titans
- ISL Team 2020: Toronto Titans
- ISL Team 2019: Cali Condors
- She graduated in kinesiology at the University of Toronto
- Twitter: @kjmasse
- Instagram: @kyliemasse
- Nickname: Ky
- Favourite Singer: Beyonce
- Music Behind the blocks: Rap, Soca
- Other Sports: Soccer, Hockey
- Favourite Place to Visit: Croatia
- Guilty Pleasure: Cheesecake, Chocolate
- Off-season interests: Spending time with family and friends, travelling, taking dance classes
- Pre-competition ritual: Good night’s sleep, good fuel/recovery, and listening to music to get excited
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