CALGARY, Alberta, November 28. LAURA Nicholls, TO, broke the Canadian national record in the 50 freestyle in the prelims of day two at :25.03, winning the title in the evening at :25.24.
On day one the leading swims, per the FINA point system, all came in the 50 backstroke, with Jennifer Carroll, Megophias, leading the women with a swim on the edge of the all-time top ten, :27.55 (1058 pts.). Two men were just short of 1000 points in the same event. Matt Rose, Trent Swimming, won at :25.39 (990), just in front of Callum Ng, UBC Dolphins at :25.42 (988).
The top performer beyond Nicholls on day two was Keith Beavers, ROW, who was a double winner in the 100 back (:54.24) and 200 IM (2:02.39).