Maggie MacNeil Sets Junior Pan Pacific Record in 100 Fly

Photo Courtesy: Scott Grant/Swimming Canada

The first short race of night three of the 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Fiji was a fast one as Maggie MacNeil of Canada cruised to the Junior Pan Pacific record in the 100 fly.

MacNeil finished in 58.38, breaking the record set by another Canadian, Noemie Thomas, who swam the race in 58.68 in 2012.

Japan’s Chiharu Iitsuka was second in 59.51, followed by Isabel Ivey (59.81) and Olivia Carter (1:00.29) of the U.S.

Australia’s Michaela Ryan was fifth (1:00.37), followed by Japan’s Mana Naito (1:00.50), Canada’s Sarah Watson (1:00.71) and Australia’s Kayla Costa (1:00.94).

Event 20  Women 100 LC Meter Butterfly
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     Jr World: W 56.46  08/07/2016Penny Oleksiak, CAN
  Jr. Pan Pac: M 58.68  08/25/2012Noemie THOMAS, Canada
    Name           Year Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
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                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 MACNEIL, Maggie  00 Canada-           1:00.12      58.38M  858    9  
    r:+0.66  27.77        58.38 (30.61)
  2 IITSUKA, Chihar  01 Japan-              59.92      59.51   810    7  
    r:+0.61  28.22        59.51 (31.29)
  3 IVEY, Isabel     00 USA-US-           1:00.00      59.81   798    6  
    r:+0.60  28.26        59.81 (31.55)
  4 CARTER, Olivia   00 USA-US-           1:00.14    1:00.29   779    5  
    r:+0.56  28.65      1:00.29 (31.64)
  5 RYAN, Michaela   02 Australia-        1:01.02    1:00.37   776    4  
    r:+0.71  28.22      1:00.37 (32.15)
  6 NAITO, Mana      03 Japan-            1:00.36    1:00.50   771    3  
    r:+0.57  28.28      1:00.50 (32.22)
  7 WATSON, Sarah    00 Canada-           1:01.06    1:00.71   763    2  
    r:+0.65  28.19      1:00.71 (32.52)
  8 COSTA, Kayla     01 Australia-        1:00.65    1:00.94   754    1  
    r:+0.63  28.03      1:00.94 (32.91)
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