Oct. 20, 2011
GUADALAJARA, Mexico — In his first ‘A’ final appearance in an international race, Pitt alumnus Warren Barnes placed fourth in the 200M breast at the Pan American Games on Tuesday.
Fresh off being named the Bob Pirie Trophy recipient earlier this month, Barnes touched the wall at 2:16.87. He was the first Canadian swimmer to finish the event.
To read more about the race, click here.
The Pan Am Games continue through Oct. 21.
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