Bronze medalist Kylie Masse of Canada on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Women's Backstroke Final on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium on August 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On Sunday, Olympic swimmer Fu Yuanhui did something kind of extraordinary: She told a TV interviewer she was menstruating. After China finished in the relay, Fu was seen holding her stomach,. Sports News Summaries.
Canada has its third medal from the pool and fourth overall at Rio with Kylie Masse taking bronze (tied) in the backstroke on Monday night. The Canadian had come into the race with …
July 24 2017 - Canadian Masse sets 100M backstroke record Kylie Masse Canadian swimmer Kylie Masse has won gold in the women's 100-metre backstroke with a word-record time of 58.10 seconds at the world swimming championships Kylie Masse, The Canadian Press
In an instant, Canadian Kylie Masse became an inspiration for local swimmers with her bronze-medal finish at the Rio Summer Olympics — earning a wave of admiration from those in her hometown of LaSalle.
CBC Sports announced on Thursday that it will become the exclusive broadcaster of the world aquatics body FINA for the next four years.The coverage will kick off on July 15 with the FINA world championships in Budapest, Hungary this summer where.
Another 🏊🏻 medal! @kyliemasse has delivered bronze for #TeamCanada in the 100m backstroke. #Rio2016. 🇨🇦👏 // Une autre médaille en 🏊🏻! Kylie Masse a capturé le bronze pour #ÉquipeCanada au 100 m dos. #Rio2016
(L-R) Silver medalist Kathleen Baker of the United States, gold medal medallist Katinka Hosszu of Hungary and bronze medalist’s Kylie Masse of Canada and Yuanhui Fu of China pose on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Women’s Backstroke.