Taylor Ruck Roars With Two WJ Records As Canada Takes ‘Team’ To New Level On 7:51

At every level, Project Team is taking hold, this day the turn of Kayla Sanchez, Penny Oleksiak, Rebecca Smith and Taylor Ruck to land a Maple masterclass with a World Junior Record 7:51.47 victory over 4x200m freestyle at the global youth championships in Indianapolis. Building teams means having more than four: Mabel Zavaros raced in heats to help get the final foursome to their blocks - courtesy of Swimming Canada

At every level, Canada’s Project Team is taking hold, this day the turn of Kayla Sanchez, Penny Oleksiak, Rebecca Smith and Taylor Ruck to land a Maple masterclass with a World Junior Record 7:51.47 victory over 4x200m freestyle at the global youth championships in Indianapolis. Building teams means having more than four: Mabel Zavaros raced in heats to help get the final foursome to their blocks – courtesy of Swimming Canada

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At every level, Canada’s Project Team is taking hold, this day the turn of Kayla Sanchez, Penny Oleksiak, Rebecca Smith and Taylor Ruck to land a Maple masterclass with a World Junior Record 7:51.47 victory over 4x200m freestyle at the global youth championships in Indianapolis. Building teams means having more than four: Mabel Zavaros raced in heats to help get the final foursome to their blocks – courtesy of Swimming Canada

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