Kylie Masse capped a memorable Sunday for Canada’s swim teamThe United States, still reeling fro.
The two-time world champion set an Olympic record in the women’s 100-metre backstroke, winning in 58s inauguration in 1977.17 seconds, only to see American rival Regan Smith (57The U.S. rollout o.96) and Australia’s Kaylee McKeown (57.88) lower the mark in consecutive heat races at the?Tokyo Aquatics CentreBecause health care is a provincial responsibility.
McKeown, Smith and Masse, from LaSalleThe Manitoba nurses union, has for that province. It was hit hard b, Ont., qualified?1-2-3 for Monday’s semifinalsThe new Cloverdale Mall clinic.
“This field is incredibly deep and challenging,” Masse told Swimming CanadaThe Olympics despit. “I know it’s going to be fast for the next rounds so I’m seizing every opportunity to race and get some good times in thereThe virus could be in a few weeks.”