Mel Zajac Jr International | Pacific Coast Swimming
Olympic silver medallist Penny Oleksiak of the Toronto Swim Club Full results can be found at vlozodkaz.info That broke the mark of set by Australian Hayden Stoeckel in Welcome to the 56th Annual Mel Zajac Jr. International Swim Meet at the University of British Unofficial results are also available on the Meet Mobile app . The psych sheet for the 54th Annual Mel Zajac Jr. International meet has the meet here, and check out the meet site for previous meet results.
Olympic medalists are tough to topple. Her stellar short course season stands out especially her 1: Excited to see how this translates in the big kid pool.
2017 Mel Zajac Jr International, Live Results - Meet Results
Off event but the Canadian Olympian has home pool advantage and is having a lights out year so far. Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte have had a domestic stranglehold on this event since as long as I can remember. The Arizona Wildcat commit swam a 2nd place 2: He swam a 1: Look for a spitting nails bounce back meet as he tries to defend the homeland in his home province.Big guy swimming!
Erika Seltenreich Hodgson won this event this year at both the Canadian University Championships and Canada West championships before mercifully dropping it at Trials. My predictions, 1st Kierra Smith. I feel as awkward writing this part as you probably do reading it. The Cal Berkeley commit enters with a 2: This represents a 5 second not a typo time drop over a year ago.
Mel Zajac Meet Preview - Shaping up to be Canada vs. USA showdown
The showers did not produce hot water, the heater in the pool was often broken, the hot tub was out of service, and the roof leaked.
Despite its flaws, it still held a special place in a lot of Canadian swimmers hearts.
The old UBC pool was home to 40 Olympian alumni swimmers and 5 current Canadian national team swimmers. Anyone who grew up in the British Columbia area had grown familiar with the pool.
Mel Zajac Jr International, Live Results - Meet Results - Swimming World
Over the past four months we have certainly seen students, staff, faculty and residents take advantage of the bright new space. This event will be the first of many as the UBC Aquatic Centre looks to work with partners to host local, regional, provincial swimming, water polo and synchronized swimming over the years ahead.
These events will provide access to quality high level competition right here at home reducing the burden of travel on local athletes and their families.
Similarly, they will contribute to the development of volunteers, officials as we continue to raise the bar for events at UBC. International Swim Meet back on the map. The new UBC Aquatic Centre has a lane 50m competition pool, an 8 lane meter pool, and a leisure pool with a lazy river.