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Swimming Canada – Windsor, ON – 11 of Nova Scotia’s top swimmers began competing today, at the 2018 Speedo Eastern Canadian Championships at the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre.

Top finishers during the first day of competition include Sackville’s Lucy Jardine and Halifax’s Nicholas Bourbonniere.  13-year-old Lucy Jardine of the Sackville Waves Aquatic Team finished 17th in the 13 & Over Women’s 800m Freestyle with a personal best time of 9:39.68. Nicholas Bourbonniere of the Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club finished 19th overall in the 14 & Over Men’s 200m Freestyle with a time of 2:01.20 during the consolation final tonight.

This long course competition serves as an excellent racing and development opportunity for Youth and Junior competitors, and is held on the same weekend as the Speedo Western Canadian Championships.  There are approximately 550 swimmers racing through Sunday April 15th.

Preliminaries begin at 9:00am local time and finals at 6:00pm local time daily.

Nova Scotia Results from Day One




Nicholas Bourbonniere, Halifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC)

14 & Over 200m Freestyle


Grace Earle, HTAC

13 & Over 100m Backstroke


Marion Synishin, HTAC

13 & Over 200m Breaststroke


Ethan Boyle, HTAC

14 & Over 1500m Freestyle


Lucy Jardine, Sackville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT)

13 & Over 200m Freestyle


13 & Over 800m Freestyle


Craig Bush, SWAT

14 & Over 200m Freestyle


Madison Bond, Truro Centurions Swim Club (TCSC)

13 & Over 200m Breaststroke


Bo Stokesbury-Price, Wolfville Tritons Swim Club (WTSC)

14 & Over 200m Freestyle


Live results link:

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)