VIDEO | A 16-year-old Canadian woman set a world record in the 400-meter freestyle
The 16-year-old Canadian swimmer, Summer McTinosh set a new world record in the 400 meter freestyle.
She swam her all-time best time at the national qualifiers for the World Championships held in Canada.
McIntosh swam a time of 3:56.08, beating the Australian record by 32 hundredths Ariarna Titmus. McTinosh's record is all the more impressive because he beat his personal best by three seconds.
"Really crazy results." At this point, I didn't expect that I could swim for a world record, but it's proof that anything is possible. I fully devoted myself to swimming, but I could not have predicted this result," said McTinosh after the fantastic result.
Summer McIntosh just set a new WR in the 400 Fr in front of a home crowd at the Canadian Trial. It's her first world record.
This tree is her full race video
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