Kylie Masse Makes It A Backstroke Sweep in Duel With Hilary Caldwell Both On 2:07.2

Kylie Masse, left, and Hilary Caldwell, 200 back guns heading for world titles - by Kevin Light/ Swimming Canada

Kylie Masse made it a sweep of all backstroke titles at Canadian Championships when she pipped reigning 200m champion Hilary Caldwell for a 2:07.23 to 2:07.29 victory in Victoria on the penultimate day of selection trials for the World Championships. And Olympic silver medallist Penny Oleksiak goes 57.35 ahead of Katerina Savard’s 58.2, both landing tickets to the world-title race in July

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Kylie Masse made it a sweep of all backstroke titles at Canadian Championships when she pipped reigning 200m champion Hilary Caldwell for a 2:07.23 to 2:07.29 victory in Victoria on the penultimate day of selection trials for the World Championships. And Olympic silver medallist Penny Oleksiak goes 57.35 ahead of Katerina Savard’s 58.2, both landing tickets to the world-title race in July

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