Two Canadian Short Course Records
Feb 1, 2000
New information was received from Mike Walker, Co-Head Coach of the Women's team at the University of California (Berkeley).
Marylyn Chiang bettered two Canadian (SCM) records on January 28, in Los Angeles, during the women's dual meet between USC and Cal (Berkeley).
Chiang will be graduating in May 2000 with and has been studying Integrative Biology with a major in Marine Biology, she is currently in her final semester at Cal (Berkeley). She has completed her four years of elegibility last year when she set an NCAA record for 100 yards backstroke with 52.3.
In addition to the 100 butterfly record, she also swam a 100 backstroke in 1:00.13.
Women's 100 backstroke:
1:00.13 (29.56 split) Marylyn Chiang, ESWIM, Los Angeles, Jan 28.
Betters old record of 1:00.28 Julie Howard, BRANT, 1995.
Women's 100 butterfly:
59.10 (27.90 split) Marylyn Chiang, ESWIM, Los Angeles, Jan 28.
Betters old record of 59.98 Jessica Amey, UCSC, 1995.
Chiang, also swam a 50 free in 25.78.
She was swimming exhibition during the dual meet between the University of California (Berkeley) and the University of Southern California, the meet was held in Los Angeles at USA. Marylyn hopes to compete at SC Worlds in March, for Canada. The three swims were done within one hour, and she was not rested.