Women's Swimming

Nicol Garners Second Silver At Canadian Swimming Championships

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July 17, 2014

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan (SMU) – Senior Rachel Nicol found herself in a close battle and was narrowly edged out for the gold in the 100-meter breaststroke on night two of the Canadian Swimming Championships.

Nicol clocked in at 1:08.89, just behind Fiona Doyle who finished in 1:08.81, for the silver medal. The pair also went one-two in the prelims, with both improving their times in the final.

On night one of the Championships, Nicol earned a silver medal in the 200-meter breaststroke clocking in at 2:29.16. She outpaced Doyle, who finished fourth in the event.

Nicol is one of numerous SMU swimmers competing globally this summer. Check SMUMustangs.com, "like" the Mustangs on Facebook (/SMUSwimDiveW) and "follow" on Twitter (@SMUSwimmingW) for the latest updates.



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