Ontario’s Logan Belanger has announced her commitment to Oakland University. She will arrive on campus in the fall of 2021.
The Works athletic facility in St. John’s, Newfoundland has announced that they do not have any current plans to re-open their ‘Aquarena’ pool.
Take a look at the upcoming swim meets happening around the world in the month of September, knowing things can change in an instant.
Lafontaine will join the club after several executive positions with Swimming Canada, Canadian Interuniversity Sport, Cross Country Canada and Cycling Canada.
The three-time Canadian World Championship team member will continue to pursue his first Olympic team while attending medical school in Limerick, Ireland.
While pools across Ontario have reopened in some capacity, the Laurentian University facility remains closed, frustrating several local athletes.
Taylor Ruck, who scored 50 points at the 2019 NCAA Championship meet, will stay in Canada for the fall semester, and is taking things “month to month” she says.
Canadian World Champion Maggie MacNeil posted a 55.6 in the 100m freestyle during a post-practice time trial, which falls just a second shy of her PB.
Jeanne Dahmen from Pointe-Claire Swim Club in Quebec, Canada has verbally committed to TCU for 2021-22.
The collection names style and functionality as the cornerstones of the design (pictured: Sarah Douglas, Kylie Masse, Pierce Lepage)
Ajete Eggers from Barrie Trojans Swim Club in Barrie, Ontario will head to Oakland University for the 2021-22 school year.
Among the current big names at Swimming Canada’s High Performance Center – Vancouver are Commonwealth Games medalist Markus Thormeyer, above.
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