Each year, Canadian swimmers are selected to receive a financial award from the Victor Davis Memorial Fund that recognizes his impact on swimming in Canada.
3 time Olympian Katerine Savard is the 3rd post-draft addition to the Cali Condors and will bring the team’s roster up to 30 swimmers.
Summer McIntosh got a picture with Penny Oleksiak at the 2016 Olympic Trials. Five years later, the two are Canadian Olympic teammates.
Aurélie Rivard, Canada’s flag bearer at the 2016 Closing Ceremony, leads the way for the team coming off of three gold and one silver medal in Rio.
With Ruck out of the 100 freestyle, there will be 3 women from the 2019 World Championships final absent from the event in Tokyo.
Japan’s Daiya Seto is primed to make a statement in the men’s 400m IM, making up for lost time with his 2020 ethics suspension.
21-year old Rebecca Smith will swim for Canada later this month in Tokyo. After that, she’ll return home to Alberta to swim for the Calgary Dinos.
Joseph Schooling’s 100 butterfly victory in Rio meant a S$1,000,000 payout (~$744,000 USD) from Singapore. We compared that to other medal bonuses worldwide
With less than half a minute between the beginning and the end, it truly is anybody’s race in Tokyo in the women’s 50 freestyle.
MacDonald, the longtime voice of Canadian swimming, will be joined by his Olympic Trials partner Rob Snoek in the booth in Tokyo.
University of Toronto assistant head coach Linda Kiefer is the lone female coach on a staff of 8 who will lead Canada’s swimmers to Tokyo.
23-year old Emily Overholt, who represented Canada at the 2016 Summer Olympics, has decided to step away from competitive swimming.
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