June, 27, 2015

MISSION VIEJO, California –Tera Van Beilen led Canada to a 1-2 finish in the women’s 200-m breaststroke on Saturday at the Fran Crippen Memorial swimming competition.

Van Beilen, based at Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre-Vancouver and tuning up for the Pan American Games next month, clocked 2:30.04 for the victory. Canadian junior Kelsey Wog of Winnipeg was second in 2:31.61 and Riley Scott of the U.S. third in 2:32.83.

Bronwyn Pasloski of Calgary was fourth in 2:34.03 and Erin Stamp of Vancouver was sixth.

Canada collected two more medals in the men’s 50-m freestyle. The race was won by Danny Tucker of the U.S. in 22.68 while Alex Loginov of Toronto followed in 22.84 and his Pan Am Games teammate Santo Condorelli was third in 22.95. Yuri Kisil of Calgary was sixth,.

In the women’s 400-m individual medley, Haley Anderson of the U.S. clocked 4:44.64 for the win edging Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson of Ottawa in second in 4:45.04. Tessa Cieplucha and Mabel Zavaros, both of Oakville, were fifth and seventh.

Jason Block of Calgary was fifth in the 200-m breaststroke and Stefan Milosevic of Vancouver, Kisil and Jonathon Brown of Calgary were sixth, seventh and eighth in the 200-m freestyle.

For the women, Paige Kremer of Edmonton and Rebecca Terejko of Vancouver were fifth and sixth in the 50-m freestyle and Danica Ludlow of Victoria was sixth in the 200-m freestyle.

Competition ends Sunday.

Source : Swimming Canada