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Off to record: Swimmers in 200-metre freestyle event push off at Etobicoke Olympium last night. Wendy Quirk of Edmonton, in lane 4, won in 2:01.20, a Canadian record. She also broke Canadian and Commonwealth mark in 100-metre butterfly with time of 1:01.27. Open in full size

Off to record: Swimmers in 200-metre freestyle event push off at Etobicoke Olympium last night. Wendy Quirk of Edmonton, in lane 4, won in 2:01.20, a Canadian record. She also broke Canadian and Commonwealth mark in 100-metre butterfly with time of 1:01.27.

Picture, 1980, English

Off to record: Swimmers in 200-metre freestyle event push off at Etobicoke Olympium last night. Wendy Quirk of Edmonton, in lane 4, won in 2:01.20, a Canadian record. She also broke Canadian and Commonwealth mark in 100-metre butterfly with time of 1:01.27.

Picture, 1980, English

Notes

Etobicoke Olympium, located on Rathburn Road, north side, west of Renforth Drive. (43.650010, -79.584429)
Published in Toronto Star, 23 July 1980, page B6, with article "It's not Moscow, but don't tell Wendy"

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Sports - Swimming - Groups (-1986)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0098288f