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Day Four in Edmonton sees PCS pack 7 into the A final.

Day Four Prelims Summary

Once again the Blue and Gold rose to the occasion. 8 of 11 PCS swims made it to the evening session and 7 of 8 are in the A final. Our two visiting atheltes also came through in multiple events. 

200m Butterfly was the initial event of the day. Sydney Meldrum continued her trend of competing in finals every day in her first national meet. She qualified 7th in the A final in 2:28. While Chapman failed to advance after a tough schedule of events, Keir Ogilvie stayed strong in spite of 17 races here in Edmonton and 6 last week, he qualified 2nd in 16 and U. Rambo will start in 8th in the 17 and over A Final.

Ian Goodyear will start in 5th tonight in the Para 50m Freestyle and 8th in the 200m IM.

Also in 200IM Acacia Benn (KISU) qualified 6th, Tom Chapman got in the A final in 2:15. Rambo took top spot in 17 and over in his 19th race of the meet!

The final individual event of the night will feature Naeva Scott-Bouris will start in 4th in the 1500m Free.

Rounding out the evening and the meet will be the popular 4x100 Mixed Medley Relay. PCS will send three teams into the fray, expecting medals for the A team and top 10 points for the B team. Tune in to cheer on the Blue and Gold as they fight to stay in fourth spot with several medal opportunities.

6:00pm MT in the Kinsmen Aquatic Centre.