Megan Jendrick Breaks Three Masters World Records in Vancouver

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, February 15. OLYMPIAN Megan Jendrick made the short trip from her home in Seattle across the border to Vancouver last weekend to set three Masters world records at the EBSC Swim Classic short course meters meet.

Jendrick, the 2000 Olympic champion in the 100 breaststroke and the 400 medley relay, started the meet with a 1:02.89 in the 100 IM, breaking Linda Lund's world record of 1:03.49 in the 25-29 age group from last year.

Event 3 Women 25-29 100 SC Meter IM
1 Jendrick, Megan 27 Pacific Northwest Aquatics 29.38 1:02.89 (33.51)

Next, Jendrick set a new mark in the 200 breast with a 2:28.48, erasing Katie Henderson's record of 2:30.29 set in 2009.

Event 8 Women 25-29 200 SC Meter Breaststroke
1 Jendrick, Megan 27 Pacific Northwest Aquatics 33.53 1:11.13 (37.60) 1:49.74 (38.61) 2:28.48 (38.74)

Jendrick, 27, concluded her meet with a world record in the 100 breast, a 1:08.82 that smashed Lund's 1:09.80 from 2009.

Event 14 Women 25-29 100 SC Meter Breaststroke
1 Jendrick, Megan 27 Pacific Northwest Aquatics 32.58 1:08.82 (36.24)

Jendrick also owns the world records for the 25-29 age group in the long course 50 and 100 breaststrokes.

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