Canadian Trials Day 1: Brittany MacLean sets Canadian record


At the Canadian Olympic trials yesterday, Brittany MacLean clocked 4:06.08 in the women’s 400 freestyle to lower the previous mark of 4:07.32 set by Brittany Reimer at the 2005 world championships in Montreal. MacLean qualified easily for the Olympics, along with Savannah King in 4:07.02. Scott Dickens qualified with a 1:00.42 in the men’s 100 breaststroke, Alec Page and Blake Worsley with 4:17.78 and 4:23.22 in the men’s 400 IM, and Katerine Savard with a 58.45 in the women’s 100 butterfly. Read more here on

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