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It’s a long road to Tokyo and the next Olympic Games but if you’re serious about it, you better be working on it. Now. That’s exactly what Jonathan Dieleman is doing in the pool. He crushed three national records a few weeks ago in Kitimat and despite battling that crazy cold that’s been going around, he got enough practice in to perform well at his next meet. That has to be an understatement. In a specially arranged event, Dieleman managed to set a Canadian record in the 200 breaststroke for...