Mallory Weggemann Downs World Record at CanAm Open Championships; Plenty of Other Records Fall As Well

LA MIRADA, California, December 10. MALLORY Weggemann, a two-time Swimming World Female World Disabled Swimmer of the Year, downed the world record in the women's 800 LCM freestyle S7 event at the CanAm Open Championships.

Weggemann clocked an 11:14.35 in the distance event, that smashed the previous record of 11:21.66 set by New Zealand's Rebecca Dubber in 2010.

Here is a list of the rest of the records that have fallen already this weekend:

December 8
Prelims

Matthew Cowdrey (AUS) – Oceanian Record – 100m Breaststroke
Michael DeMarco (USA) – American Record – 150m IM

Finals
Jacqueline Freeney (AUS) – Oceanian Record – 100m Freestyle
Elizabeth Stone (USA) – American Record – 50m Butterfly
Sam Bramham (AUS) – Oceanian Record – 50m Butterfly
Matthew Cowdrey (AUS) – Oceanian Record – 100m Breaststroke
Michael DeMarco(USA) – American Record – 150m IM

December 9, 2011
Prelims

Jacqueline Freney (AUS) – Oceanian Record – 50m Free
Jenna Skieneh (CAN) – Pan American Record – 200m Fly
Joe Wise (USA) – American Record – 200m Fly
Victoria Arlen (USA) – Pan American Record – 50m Breaststroke
Roy Perkins (USA) – American Record – 800m Free

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