Women’s Swimming News

McGill’s Isabel Sarty and Pablo Collin are the U SPORTS swimmers of the week for the period ending February 5, 2023.

Isabel Sarty, McGill
Hometown: Halifax, N.S.
Year of eligibility: 5th
Academic Program: Neuroscience

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Sarty, a master's student in neuroscience, won six gold medals and was named both swimmer of the meet and RSEQ swimmer of the year after leading McGill to the women's conference championship, a three-day competition that concluded on Sunday. The freestyle specialist scored a meet-high 75 points for her team over their six events. Sarty won three individual gold medals: 50-metre free (0:25.26), 100-metre free (0:55.10) and 200-metre free (2:02.73), in addition to three relay golds: 4x50-metre free (1:43.46), 4x100-metre free (3:46.69) and the 4x100-metre medley (4:09.18).

The Martlets will be back in action at the U SPORTS championship in Victoria, B.C., in two weeks.

Pablo Collin, McGill
Hometown: Marseille, France
Year of eligibility: 2nd
Academic program: Science

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McGill sophomore Pablo Collin was named swimmer of the meet and RSEQ swimmer of the year. Collin won four golds and two silver medals while registering the meet high 84 points in last weekend’s RSEQ championship in Trois-Rivières, Que. Collin finished first in the 200-metre free, 400-metre free, 4x100-metre free, and 4x200-metre free. The Frenchman also collected silver medals in the 100-metre free and 1500-metre free.

Collin and the Redbirds next compete when they travel to Victoria, B.C., for the U SPORTS championship, starting on Feb. 23.