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August 26, 1985

Canada's Carolyn Waldo captured top honors in solo competition at the McDonald's FINA World Cup Synchronized Swimming championships at Indianaplois, Ind., giving the Olympic silver medalist a sweep of the three gold medals.

On Saturday, Waldo teamed with Michelle Cameron to give Canada a narrow victory in the duet competition. The two then helped Canada capture the team championship.

Waldo, 20, from Montreal, was near-perfect in her solo routine, receiving five scores of 9.9 out of a possible 10 from the seven-judge panel. The remaining scores were 9.7 and 9.8.

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