Congratulations to HALO Research Assistant Audrey Prayal-Brown on setting two new records at Rescue 2014: Lifesaving World Championships in Montpellier, France.

From the Lifesaving Society Canada Sport Commission website:

There were three new Canadian records on the second and final day of national open team competition at the Antigone Pool in Montpellier.

The record was Audrey Prayal-Brown’s second new record after she set one in the 100m tow with fins on Wednesday. Her new record in the 100m carry with fins marks the first time a Canadian woman has swum this event in international competition under one minute. In an strong international field, the time earned her a 12th-place finish.

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Congratulations, Audrey!