All Interviews From Day Four Of The 2015 Canadian Trials: Cochrane, Krug, VanLandeghem And More

Below are the interviews with all the event winners from the final day of competition at the 2015 Canadian Team Trials.

  • Ryan Cochrane – 1500 free – 15:01.41
  • Karl Krug – 50 free – 22.21
  • Chantal VanLandeghem – 50 free – 24.98
  • Audrey Lacroix – 200 fly – 2:09.22
  • Luke Reilly – 200 IM – 2:01.57
  • Alec Page – 200 fly – 1:58.64
  • Tabitha Baumann – 800 free – 8:37.95



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6 years ago

Team Canada needs to more top freestyle sprinters working with Michelle, Chantal and Sandrine (top 3 at Canadian Trials in the 50 and 100 free) at their high-performance center in Toronto, because whatever they’re doing is working well! If they can get a strong #4 the Canada women’s 4×100 in Rio may do very well!

It’s unfortunate that whoever selected Canada’s World Team didn’t think Luke Reilly and Alec Page were (along with numerous other National Champions) competitive enough to be a part of the squad. No, they didn’t make the posted Top 16 standards, but neither did 6/9 of the other men chosen or a number of the women. I wish them well in their preparations for the Pan… Read more »

6 years ago

Mitch, Thanks for taking the time to reply! I’m glad to hear it. I don’t know if Penny will be able to make the improvement she would need to make the 4×100 in the next year, but I expect her and Taylor Ruck to qualify for the Olympics in something. What a talented pair! But I would really love to see at least Canada’s women’s 4×100 medley and free relays fighting for a place on that podium!

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Mitch Bowmile

Mitch worked for 5-years with SwimSwam news as a web producer focusing on both Canadian and international content. He coached for Toronto Swim Club for four seasons as a senior coach focusing on the development of young swimmers. Mitch is an NCCP level 2 certified coach in Canada and an ASCA Level …

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