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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Blackburn Breaks Masters World Record in Canada

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Former Female Athlete of the Year Lisa Blackburn competed in the 2017 Ontario Masters Short Course Swimming Championships in Toronto Ontario at the Markham Pan Am Games Pool, where she broke the Women’s 44-49 Age Group USA Masters Swimming American Records in the 100 Freestyle and 100 Breaststroke.

Blackburn also broke the Masters World Record in the 100 Freestyle.

During the 100m Freestyle Blackburn touched the wall in a time of 58.24 breaking Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen 10 year old World Record of 58.61.

During the 100m Breaststroke Blackburn clocked a winning time of 1:12.93, Blackburn also won the 200m Individual Medley touching the wall in a time of 2:27.54.

Blackburn’s winning ways continued as she won the 50m Freestyle with a time of 28.43, she also won the 200m Breaststroke clocking a time of 2:42.14.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Four Records Broken @ Best of the Best 3

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The Best of the Best #3 Swim Meet was held at the BASA Pool, with four records broken.

Marleigh Howes established two new Girls 8 & Under Records, Howes touched the wall in a time of 1:20.85 during the 100m Freestyle breaking Elan Daley’s record time of 1:20.97 back on December 15th, 2013 in, Ontario, Canada.

Howes also broke her own record while competing in the 400m Freestyle, she clocked a record time of 6:11.08, breaking her record of 6:34.67 set back on December 4th, 2016 during the Mailboxes Unlimited W.A.G. at the BASA Pool.

Elijah Daley broke his own record time of 2:55.81, when he touched the wall in a time of 2:40.13 competing in the 200m Butterfly.

Taylor White joined the record breaking party as she swam the 11-12 Girls 800m Freestyle clocking 9:57.99 breaking Elan Daley’s record of 9:58.65 set on December 1st, 2016.

 
 
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Moore & Harvey Compete in Edinburgh International
Emma Harvey and Madelyn Moore competed in the Edinburgh International Long course Meet in Scotland at the weekend in a combination of Youth (under 18) and Open events.

On Day One Harvey and Moore competed in the 100 metre Backstroke with Moore finishing in a time of 1.08.38 and Harvey progressing to the youth final with a time of 1.05.85. Harvey would then go on to finish 5th in the Final with a time of 1.05.11. Both girls competed in the 50 Free with Moore swimming a time of 27.06 in the open event and Harvey swimming in the youth event swimming a time of 27.30 to progress to finals where she would swim 27.13 to finish 4th.

On Day Two Harvey progressed to the Open A Final in the 50 Backstroke after a swim off, to go on to touch the wall in a time of 30.12 in 8th place. Moore touched the wall in a time of 31.15 in the Preliminaries. Harvey took the pool later that day to swim the 100 Butterfly in a time of 1.03.92 in the 100 Butterfly open category.

On the last day of competition, Moore and Harvey took part in the 50 Butterfly open event with Moore swimming a time of 29.51 and Harvey touching the wall in 28.62. Both girls then swam the 100 free with Moore swimming 59.95 and Harvey progressing to the youth finals with a time of 58.87. Harvey then went on to win the youth final in a time of 58.05.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Moore & Harvey Compete in Edinburgh International

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Day Two of the Edinburgh International 2017 Swim Meet in Scotland saw Madelyn Moore join Emma Harvey in the Pool.

Harvey finished 2nd in the 14 - 17 Women’s 50 Meter Freestyle stopping the clock in a time of 27.30.

Both Harvey and Moore took to the pool to compete in the Women’s 50 Meter Backstroke, Harvey touched the wall with the 8th fastest time of 30.19, while Moore’s time of 31.15 saw her finish 26th.

During the Women’s 100 Metre Butterfly, Harvey clocked a time of 1:03.92 on her way to finishing 7th.
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Harvey Competes in Scotland

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Emma Harvey competed in the Edinburgh International 2017 Swim Meet in Scotland.

On Day One Harvey competed in one event.

Harvey finished 28th competing in the Women’s 50 Meter Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 27.30.
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