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Nov 9, 2012 8:29pm
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EDMONTON —Vancouvers Noemie Thomas was the biggest winner on the first day of
swimming at the 2012 Canadian Summer Nationals on Thursday, earning gold and
silver medals. Antonio Gates Womens Jersey . Thomas claimed
the gold medal in the womens 200-metre butterfly in two minutes 12.59 seconds,
followed by Brenna MacLean of West Vancouver, B.C., at 2:13.88 and Winnipegs
Breanna Siwicki at 2:15.10. Earlier in the evening, Sandrine Mainville of
Boucherville, Que., won gold in the 50-metre butterfly, arriving just 0.01
seconds ahead of Thomas, with 26.96. Chantique Payne of Guelph, Ont., was third
in 27.45. In the womens 200-metre freestyle, the gold medalist was Vancouvers
Brittney Harley, while Dominique Bouchard of North Bay, Ont., won the 100-metre
backstroke and Edmontons Alexandra Aitchison won gold in the 1,500 freestyle. In
mens competition, Mack Darragh of Oakville, Ont., claimed his first career
national title, winning the 200-metre butterfly. “It feels great to get the
win,” said the 18-year-old Darragh. “I was feeling more nervous than usual
before the race because I knew I had a chance to win. Im happy to see all my
efforts pay off.” Vancouvers Kelly Aspinall won gold in the mens 50-metre
butterfly, Hassaan Abdel-Khalik of Etobicoke, Ont., won the 200 freestyle, Jake
Tapp of Langley, B.C., won the 100-metre backstroke and Edmontons Kier Maitland
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goals, earning the games first star, as his Saint John Sea Dogs defeated the
visiting Quebec Remparts 4-1 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
action.