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Gauthier, Dagasso, Alexander represent TRU WolfPack at Canada West Swimming Championships

Gauthier’s fourth-place finish — he touched the wall in a personal-best time of 28.30 seconds in the 50-metre breaststroke — is the WolfPack’s best individual result in program history at the CW Championships.
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Emily Dagasso of Kamloops was in action on the weekend at the Canada West Swimming Championships in Edmonton.

Matthew Gauthier of Sylvan Lake, Alta., led the way for the TRU WolfPack at the Canada West Swimming Championships, which wrapped up on Sunday in Edmonton.

He finished fourth, ninth and 11th in three breaststroke events.

Gauthier’s fourth-place finish — he touched the wall in a personal-best time of 28.30 seconds in the 50-metre breaststroke — is the WolfPack’s best individual result in program history at the CW Championships.

Gauthier has qualified to compete in the U Sports National Championships.

Emily Dagasso of Kamloops and Thomas Alexander of Lethbridge rounded out the Pack’s three-person team at the event.

Dagasso’s best result came on Friday, a third-place finish in the 50m breaststroke B final.

Alexander finished sixth in the 200m individual medley B final on Sunday, his best result.