Canadian Kylie Masse swims to the silver medal at the World Championships

Canadian swimmer Kylie Masse won a silver medal in the 100m backstroke on Monday at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

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Regan Smith from the United States (58.22 seconds) overtook Mas (58.40) for gold.

Masse was the two-time reigning world champion after winning the competition in Budapest in 2017 and in Guangzhou, South Korea in 2019.

This is the third medal for Canada from this year’s World Cup – after the silver medal of 15-year-old Summer Mackintosh (400 meters freestyle) and the women’s relay team 4 × 100 meters on Saturday.

Masse, a 26-year-old from LaSal, Ont., Won silver medals at last year’s Tokyo Olympics in the 100m and 200m backstroke and added bronze to the relay.

Her first Olympic medal came in 2016, when she took bronze in the 100 backstroke in Rio.

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