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Swimming Canada​ – BUDAPEST, Hungary – Canada’s 4×100-metre medley relay will be looking for the podium in tonight’s finals at the FINA World Championships in Budapest.

The team of Kylie Masse, Kierra Smith, Rebecca Smith and Sandrine Mainville qualified third after swimming the relay in 3 minutes, 57.17 seconds.

“It was super fun. It’s the first time the four of us swam together. We really just tried to get pumped up this morning and swim as fast as we could,” said Masse, who set a world record in the 100-m backstroke on Tuesday. “We’re hoping to get on the podium and have some good swims tonight.”
Sydney Pickrem will be looking for redemption in the 400-m individual medley tonight. Pickrem stopped after 50 m during Monday’s 200-m IM after taking on water during the butterfly leg. The 20-year-old is going into tonight’s finals fourth after a 4:36.25 in prelims.

“I’ve been moving forward and trying to get to a better mindset and see that my year isn’t gone by that one swim,” she said. “The more I’m swimming the more confident I’m getting. Whatever happens, happens, all I can do is try to do my best race.”

They will join Rachel Nicol of Lethbridge, Alta., in the final session. The 24-year-old from LA Swim Club sits eighth in the women’s 50-m breaststroke.

The men’s medley relay team of Javier Acevedo, Richard Funk, Josiah Binnema and Yuri Kisil finished outside the finals in 12th after going 3:35.14 in prelims.

The long wait was finally over for Tristan Cote, whose 400-m IM was his first race of the competition. The 21-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., finished 17th in a personal-best prelims time of 4:19.87.

Mary-Sophie Harvey, of Montreal, finished her first senior international meet with a 19th in the 400-m IM in 4:46.88.

The FINA World Championships end tonight. Finals begin at 11:30 am ET and will be streamed live by CBC in English at and in French on Radio-Canada Sports Facebook Live.

Full results are available at

Nathan White
Senior manager, Communications, Swimming Canada
Gestionnaire supérieur des communications, Natation Canada
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