Canada's Madison Broad claims silver in 200m backstroke at Youth Olympics

Canada's Madison Broad won the silver medal in the 200-metre backstroke on Tuesday at the Youth Olympic Games.

The 18-year-old from Wallaceburg, Ont., completed the race in two minutes 10.32 seconds. Tatiana Salcutan of Moldova won gold in 2:10.13 and Australian Kaylee McKeown won bronze in 2:10.67.

Broad will race in the 50-metre backstroke heats on Wednesday.

Her medal was the second for Canada's swim team at the event. Finlay Knox won bronze in the men's 200 individual medley on Monday.

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