Canadian Penny Oleksiak Dials Up 53.41 in 100 Free At USA Swimming Pro Series

Penny Oleksiak made the podium alone and with teammates at the World Junior Champs last year [TV still] and made her mark at Canadian Olympic trials today
Penny Oleksiak made the podium alone and with teammates at the World Junior Champs last year [TV still] and made her mark at Canadian Olympic trials today

Canadian teenager Penny Oleksiak went 53.41 in the 100 freestyle to win the event at the USA Swimming Pro Series stop in Charlotte.

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Yozhik

If there is someone to follow among young swimmers then this is Penny Oleksiak. She doesn’t look like 13-15 years old puberty spark. But more like Snostrom-Ledecky phenomenon with her prime at late teens – early twenties. Her splits at both best 100 fs races look very promising with a lot of reserves. She is definitely gifted to swim under 53. Good professional coaching and training environment are the only things she is needed.

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