Thormeyer Anchors Record-breaking Swim for WDSC

Markus Thormeyer, who made his Pan Am Games debut last month, provided a thrill by delivering a come-from-behind win for his Winskill Dolphins in 16- to 18-year-old boys 4 x 100-m freestyle. Thormeyer swam a 49.42-second anchor leg to combine for the gold with teammates Brandon Freiberger, Tai Long Singh and Paul Zou

Singh also won 15-year-old boys 100-m backstroke and 200-m freestyle for his fourth and fifth individual gold medals of the meet. The Winskill swimmer posted a 57.80-second 100-m backstroke.

Molly Gowans of University of Victoria – Pacific Swim Club won her fourth gold by capturing 15-year-old girls 200-m freestyle in 2:01.30. Gowans prevailed two-thirds of a second over Red Deer Catalina Swim Club’s Rebecca Smith (2:01.96).

Sunday’s schedule also includes finals in 200-m IM and 400-m freestyle.

For full results:
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