Canadian Nationals Results: Kelly Aspinall Takes Win In Men’s 50 Fly

VICTORIA, British Columbia, April 2. THE sprint butterfly at the Canadian long course nationals featured national record holder Kelly Aspinall going for his Canadian record of 23.52.

Aspinall, 25, posted a 24.09 to win comfortably over Cameron Kidd and his 24.38. Gamal Assaad was third with a 24.69.

Event 2 Men 50 LC Meter Butterfly
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Sponsor: Times Colonist
World: w 22.43 4/5/2009 Rafael Munoz Perez, ESP
Canadian: n 23.52 7/11/2013 Kelly Aspinall, UBCD
Meet: m 23.66 7/8/2009 Thomas Kindler, CNPPO
Meet Qualifying: 25.97
Name Year Team Prelims Finals FINA
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=== A – Final ===

1 Aspinall, Kelly 89 UBCD/VNSC 24.23 24.09 807
2 Kidd, Cameron 96 WRMS 24.64 24.38 778
3 Assaad, Gamal 95 OAKVILLE 24.80 24.69 749
4 Cantin, Eric 87 C.A.POLYDIUM CHA 25.11 24.70 748
5 Thornley, Ryan 89 LASC 25.24 24.89 731
6 Hunter, Scott 94 LASC 25.16 25.01 721
7 Perron, Dillon 91 UMAN 25.14 25.05 717
8 Daly, Owen 95 ST JOHN’S LEGEND 25.08 25.10 713

=== B – Final ===

9 *Lindau, Henrik 90 UNAT-US 25.03 24.79 740
10 Ackman, Matthew 96 POINTE-CLAIRE SW 25.24 25.02 720
10 Dans, Matthew 95 GO/UTOR 25.32 25.02 720
12 *Jacobs, Rohan 87 LLSC 25.42 25.09 714
13 Dekker, Nicolaa 95 RAPID 25.50 25.14 710
14 Kiedrzyn, Justi 93 HYACK 25.26 25.37 691
15 Anderson, Eric 92 MSSAC/MACU 25.45 25.51 679
16 Grillo, Matthew 93 POINTE-CLAIRE SW 25.53 25.59 673

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