2014 Canadian Swimming Trials

04/02/14 - 04/05/14 | Saanich Commonwealth Place, Victoria, Canada | Sponsored by Nike


Previews & Recaps

MacLean Continues Her Winning Ways; Canadian Trials Live Coverage

For all of SwimSwam’s coverage of the Canadian Swimming Trials check out our competition channel…

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Savard, MacLean among top seeds after day 1 prelims of Canadian Trials

Canadian record-holder Katherine Savard is the top seed in the women’s 50 fly, just ahead of rising youngster Noemie Thomas.

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Get To Know Your Canadian Hopefuls: Ryan Cochrane

Working on my sprinting and working on my shorter distance events can support my longer distance events…

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More Analysis

Savard Breaks Canadian Record In The 100 Butterfly In A Time Of 57.27

Katerine Savard broke her own Canadian record winning the women’s 100 butterfly in a time of 57.27, the second fastest time done in the world this year…

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18 Canadians Achieve Qualifying Standards Through First Two Days Of Trials

The follow is a list of swimmers that have acheived the qualifying standards to be considered for the Pan Pacific Championships and Commonwealth Games teams…

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Heading Into Trials Atkinson Discusses His First Year On The Job

It has now been just over a year since John Atkinson was hired as Swimming Canada’s High Performance Director…

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Who To Look For At The Canadian Trials

The 2014 Canadian Commonwealth Games and Pan Pac trials will be taking place in Victoria, British Columbia April 2-5 highlighting Canada’s finest swimming stars. If you don’t know the Canadian roster too well you might want to know who to look for at the meet.

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Psych Sheets for 2014 Canadian Pan-Pac/Commonwealth Games Trials Have Two Glaring Absences

ESwim’s Brittany MacLean will try and carry her NCAA taper over into the Canadian Pan Pac and Commonwealth Games Trials next weekend in British Columbia.

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