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Swim Nova Scotia – Calgary (AB)- Competition continues in Calgary during the third day of competition at the 2019 Canadian Junior Swimming Championships.


15-year-old Madison Bond from the Truro Centurions Swim Club was Nova Scotia’s top swimmer of the day with a 14th place finish in the 15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke with a time of 1:15.03.


11 swimmers from across Nova Scotia are joined by nearly 550 swimmers from Canada; this meet is the highest national-level competition for swimmers 18 years of age and under.


Pool action continues daily through Sunday at Calgary’s Repsol Sports Centre, with competition starting at 9:00am local time for preliminaries and 5:30pm local time for finals.  The open water events will take place Monday July 29th at Lake Chaparral.


Day Three Results for NS Swimmers:




Will Myrer, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC)

14-15 men’s 200m Butterfly


Marion Synishin (HTAC)

15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke


15-17 women’s 1500m Freestyle


Ella Dobson, Sackville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT)

15-17 women’s 1500m Freestyle


Juliette Mercier (SWAT)

13-14 women’s 100m Breaststroke


Craig Bush, Truro Centurions Swim Club (TCSC)

16-18 men’s 200m Butterfly


Madison Bond (TCSC)

15-17 women’s 100m Breaststroke


Ava Vial, Wolfville Tritons Swim Club (WTSC)

15-17 women’s 200m Butterfly




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For additional information please, including daily timelines and reports visit Swimming Canada’s Information Page


For more information, please contact:




Bette El-Hawary

Executive Director| Swim Nova Scotia

5516 Spring Garden Rd. 4th Floor, Halifax N.S. B3J 1G6

902.425.5454 ext. 314 (o)|902.497.2088 (cell)|902.425.5606 (fax)