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Canadian swimmer Maggie MacNeil is poised for breakout at Tokyo Olympics

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I mean, Isle of Man got 6 spots…one very good female breaststroker, one lad who made it to a B final at the British champs champs I think, and well, four other youngsters.

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In Tokyo, Mac Neil was a member of the mixed 4x50m freestyle that finished seventh.

Honorable Mentions:• She would later cite the in as the point where she "started to take swimming seriously and knew that I wanted to pursue it further.

Description: Mac Neil wears glasses, and without contacts or prescription goggles, could not immediately see her results; it took her a few seconds to focus on the results board and realize she won gold.

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At the Games, Oleksiak threw down best times in the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle, claiming an individual bronze medal in the former of the two events.
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    Hannah Margaret McNair MacNeil – better known as Maggie in swimming circles – was born on February 26, 2000, in Jiujiang, China. She was reportedly adopted by her Canadian parents in Guanxi after .
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    Canadian swimmer Canadian professional swimmer Maggie MacNeil won gold at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Swimming Championships and broke the world record for the 50-meter .
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    The 2021 Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award goes to Maggie MacNeil, making her the first repeat winner of this award. MacNeil, who competes in the NCAA as a member of the Michigan .
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    Canadian swimmer Maggie MacNeil has won two medals at Tokyo Olympics thus far, including the first gold for Canada. She beat China's swimming golden girl Zhang Yufei at the Women's 100m butterfly .
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    Biography. • Represented Canada. • Became first U-M varsity swimmer (female or male) to win three medals in a single Olympics. • Won gold in the 100-meter butterfly, becoming the first Michigan women's swimmer since 1964 to win gold in an individual event. Her 55.59 was a new Americas record.
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