Sydney Pickrem Makes Maple History With First Sub-2:10 For 200IM Ticket To Worlds

The relief of making the cut: Sydney Pickrem - by Scott Grant, courtesy of Swimming Canada

Sydney Pickrem became the first Canadian woman to break through 2:10 over 200m medley when she ended her Canadian nationals and World-Championship trials campaign with a 2:09.56 victory in Victoria. Canada will send 32 swimmers (20 women, 12 men) to the world championships in Budapest this July after trials came to a close this evening after a wave of last-day qualifiers made the cut

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Sydney Pickrem became the first Canadian woman to break through 2:10 over 200m medley when she ended her Canadian nationals and World-Championship trials campaign with a 2:09.56 victory in Victoria. Canada will send 32 swimmers (20 women, 12 men) to the world championships in Budapest this July after trials came to a close this evening after a wave of last-day qualifiers made the cut

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