Javier Acevedo


World Cup Swing Shows Relay Potential of Javier Acevedo, Canadian Men

World Cup Swing Shows Relay Potential of Javier Acevedo, Canadian Men. It was a little tough to keep up with, all the breaking and re-breaking of records by Canadians during the recent FINA World Cup. But the end product, given what records went down, bodes well for the future of the Canadian men’s swim team.
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Javier Acevedo Breaks 2 Canadian Records on Opening Night of World Cup in Indy

SCM (25 meters) Javier Acevedo broke two more Canadian records on the opening night of the final World Cup series stop in Indianapolis on Thursday. The 24-year-old from Ontario began his evening by becoming the first swimmer from his nation to clock a sub-1:50 time in the men’s 200 back final before setting another national mark in the men’s 100 IM final to cap off his impressive double. Acevedo has now lowered four Canadian standards during this year’s World Cup series to give him eight national records in total.

Report: Protection orders issued against Javier Acevedo preceding double murder in Loveland

Loveland Police shared a timeline of Javier Acevedo's troubled past with law enforcement. Acevedo shot and killed Lindsay Daum and her 16-year-old daughter on July 28 in Loveland before turning the gun on himself in Erie the same day.In September of 2021, Daum filed a protection order against Acevedo in Larimer County. She and three children were named. That temporary order was granted, but then vacated by a court on Sept. 28 when a mandatory order was denied.On Nov. 4, a Larimer County District Court issued a mandatory criminal protection order against Acevedo which listed two children. Nearly a week...

Javier Acevedo Breaks Super-Suited Canadian SCM 200 Fly Record In 1:52.93

SCM (25m) Results on Meet Mobile: “SCAR December Invite 2021”. Coming off of a busy few months of racing in the International Swimming League (ISL) over in Europe, Javier Acevedo remained in the flow of competition over the weekend at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC), breaking a longstanding Canadian Record in the men’s 200 butterfly.