December 7th, 2014


After being the only swimmer under two minutes this morning in the 200m fly it seemed as though Andrew Seliskar was going to steal the show in finals, and that he did.

The NCAP swimmer dropped a wicked 1:51.96 to crack the top 10 in the world this year. He took the race out hard and finished well splitting a 24.89, 53.06, 1:21.72, 1:51.96.


Andrew Seliskar dropped another big swim to go with his 200m butterfly victory from earlier in the evening. Seliskar was a 51.65 for a massive win in the 100m backstroke over Swim Ontario’s Javier Acevedo.


Andrew Seliskar. Andrew Seliskar. Andrew Seliskar.

Seliskar was the talk of the town in Toronto this evening as he came home with his third win of the night, winning the 200m breaststroke final in 2:05.59. With that time he took down fellow teammate Carsten Vissering who finished well behind in 2:10.21.

Andrew Seliskar will be swimming the 200m IM and 100m Freestyle during day three finals.

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