Steven Bielby, a sophomore sensation from Pointe Claire, Que., won three major trophies at the Friends of McGill Swimming awards gala, held at the Montreal Athletic Association on April 16.
Pointe Claire swimmer Steven Bielby recently won three major trophies at the Friends of McGill Swimming awards gala. The 20-year-old electrical engineering student was named team MVP in addition to receiving the Redmen performance-of-the-year award for his record-breaking swim in the 400 individual medley at the CIS championship meet.
Charline Labonté, the Canadian Olympian goaltender from Boisbriand, Que., and Steven Bielby, a swimmer from Pointe Claire, Que., were named female and male athletes of the year, respectively, at the 32nd annual McGill intercollegiate sports awards gala held at the McGill Sports Centre, Thursday.
Steven Bielby, a 20-year-old McGill engineering sophomore from Pointe Claire, Que., won one gold, a silver and a pair of bronze medals at the CIS swim championships over the weekend, a three-day meet held at U of T's Varsity Pool. He now owns four CIS gold medals over his two years at McGill, tying the school career record held by current teammate Francois Castonguay.
McGill sophomore Steven Bielby of Pointe Claire, Que., won bronze in the 400-metre freestyle on Day 2 of the CIS swimming championships hosted by the University of Toronto, Friday.