Bermuda's Jade Hannah bid for a sweep of the Women’s Backstrokes after winning the 100 and 200 Titles during the 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest Hungary came up short by three tenths of a second.
Competing in the Women’s 50m Backstroke, Hannah was out touched at the wall by Australia’s Bronte Job.
Although not reaching the championship record, Aussie Job stayed ahead of Hannah who was representing Canada and Russian Daria Vaskina to secure a World Junior Title.
Hannah and Vaskina tied for second place with a 27.91.
Job still remains the second fastest 16-year-old Aussie event performer with her 27.83 Semi-Final time. Hannah, after winning the 100/200 Back, remains the second-fastest Canadian all-time and as the fastest Canadian time this season.
Hannah during the Junior Championships has captured 2 Gold, a Silver and a Bronze Medal.