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2013 People's Choice Race of the Year Nominees for Swimming Canada
2013 Peopleýs Choice Race of the Year Nominees
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OTTAWA ý Canadian swimming fans will once again have their say in one of Swimming Canadaýs annual Big Splash Awards.
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Swimming Canada introduced the Peopleýs Choice Race of the Year award last year and the popular fan-vote award is making its return. Swimming Canada staff have nominated six memorable races. Now itýs up to fans of Canadian swimming to vote atýhttps://www.swimming.ca/RaceoftheYearNominees andýchoose who will receive the Peopleýs Choice Race of the Year award.
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The winner will be announced as part of Swimming Canadaýs Big Splash Awards Week between Nov. 22 and 29. Voting will close on Nov. 25 and the winner will be announced Nov. 29.
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Race of the Year Nominees
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Hilary Caldwell - Caldwell won a bronze medal in the women's 200-metre backstroke at FINA World ýChampionships, setting the Canadian record for the third time in 32 hours.
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Ryan Cochrane - Cochrane won his third straight FINA World Championships silver in the 1,500-metre freestyle, becoming the first Canadian to win six career medals at worlds.
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Valýrie GrandýMaison - Grand'Maison won won Canadaýs first gold medal at the IPC Swimming World Championships in her hometown of Montreal, taking the womenýs S13 disability category 100-m butterfly.
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Eric Hedlin - Hedlin won Canadaýs first medal on the first day of competition at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, beating German legend Thomas Lurz to take silver in the men's 5-kilometre open water.
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Benoit Huot - Huot won gold in the menýs 200-m individual medley in the S10 disability category at IPC Swimming World Championships. It was his 23rd world championship medal and the only men's gold for Canada at the event in his hometown of Montreal.
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Brianna Nelson - Nelson won medals of all three colours at the IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal, highlighted by her gold in the women's S7 category 50-m butterfly.
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Candidats pour le choix populaire de la course de lýannýe 2013
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OTTAWA ý Les amateurs de natation canadiens auront de nouveau leur mot ý dire dans un des Prix annuels du Grand Splash de Natation Canada.
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Natation Canada a ajoutý lýan dernier le prix du choix populaire de la course de lýannýe et le populaire prix des amateurs est de retour. Le personnel de Natation Canada a choisi six courses mýmorables. Maintenant cýest aux partisans de la natation canadienne de voterýýhttps://www.swimming.ca/coursedelanneedeNatationCanada2013ýet choisir qui recevra le prix du choix populaire de la course de lýannýe.
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Cliquez ici simplement pour voir les courses en nomination et votez pour votre prýfýrýe. La gagnante sera annoncýe dans le cadre de la semaine des prix du Grand Splash de Natation Canada entre le 22 et le 29 novembre. Le vote se terminera le 25 novembre et le gagnant sera annoncý le 29 novembre.
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Race of the Year Nominees
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Hilary Caldwell - Caldwell a gagný une mýdaille de bronze au 200 mýtres dos fýminin aux championnats du monde de la FINA, battant le record canadien ýpour la troisiýme fois en 32 heures.
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Ryan Cochrane - Cochrane a gagný sa troisiýme mýdaille dýargent de suite aux championnats du monde de la FINA au 1500 mýtres libre, devenant le premier Canadien ý gagner six mýdailles en carriýre aux championnats du monde.
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Valýrie GrandýMaison - Grand'Maison a gagný la premiýre mýdaille dýor du Canada aux championnats du monde de natation du CIP dans sa ville dýorigine de Montrýal, remportant le 100m papillon fýminin dans la catýgorie de handicap S13.
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Eric Hedlin - Hedlin a gagný la premiýre mýdaille du Canada lors de la premiýre journýe de compýtition aux championnats du monde de la FINA ý Barcelone, battant le lýgendaire Allemand Thomas Lurz pour obtenir la mýdaille dýargent au 5 kilomýtres masculin en eau libre.
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Benoýt Huot - Huot a gagný la mýdaille dýor du 200m QNI masculin dans la catýgorie de handicap S10 aux championnats du monde de natation du CIP. Cýýtait sa 23e mýdaille aux championnats du monde et la seule mýdaille dýor masculine du Canada dans la compýtition dans sa ville dýorigine de Montrýal.
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Brianna Nelson - Nelson a gagný des mýdailles des trois couleurs aux championnats du monde de natation du CIP ý Montrýal, dont sa mýdaille dýor au 50m papillon fýminin dans la catýgorie S7.
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Nathan White
Manager, gestionnaire communicationsý| Swimming ý Natation Canada | 2445 St. Laurent Blvd. Ottawa ON K1G 6C3 | tel. +1 613 260 1348 x2002 | mob. +1 613 866 7946 |ý