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Thomas just came off a disappointing World Championships trials where despite being one of the favorites, failed to qualify for the Pan Pac and Commonwealth Games team.
Thomas will have the chance to race Katerine Savard, Audrey Lacroix, and Sandrine Mainville, who all showed they can be competitive in the sprint fly event at trials, for the first time since trials. Geoff Cheah grabbed the top spot in the mens version of the event with a 25.01. Coleman Allen who qualified for the Canadian national team took the fourth seed in 25.32, look for him to be a major factor in the finals as well.
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The Mel Zajac International being held in Canada this weekend has drawn quite a lot of international attention including some big names from American college swimming and the US national team.
Noemie Thomas took the top seed in the 50m fly with a time of 27.14.The 50m backstroke was dominated by Cal’s golden girls as Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Pelton took the top three spots.