Canada

High-Level International Meets For February 2019

Jot down these key dates on your swimming calendar.

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Kylie Masse Drops 59.8 100 Back at Toronto Grand Prix Night 1

Masse leads the world rankings this season with her 59.27 from the 2018 U.S. Winter Nationals.

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Kylie Masse, Rebecca Smith Highlight 2019 Toronto Grand Prix

Kylie Masse, the 2nd-fastest 100m backstroker in history, will compete this weekend in Toronto.

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Penny Oleksiak on Move to Toronto, Absence at Pan Pacs (Video)

Oleksiak says this is one of her best meets in the past 2 years, racing well in all her events and even taking the win in the 50 fly

Kayla Sanchez: “I try not to set too big of expectations on myself” (Video)

Sanchez has had a whirlwind year, dropping best times seemingly every time she hits the pool

Penny Oleksiak Scratches 200 Fly; Will Focus on 50 Fly in Knoxville

Penny Oleksiak swam a lifetime best in 2018 in the 200 fly, but hasn’t swum the race in long course since.

2018 Swammy Awards: Ben Titley, Canadian Coach of The Year

 “Coach Ben is just so amazing and got me to where I am. I’m so grateful for him,” says Taylor Ruck of our 2018 Swammy Award winner for Canadian Coach of the Year, Ben Titley.

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Canadians In Lausanne (Photo Vault)

Take in the sights of the 2018 Lausanne Cup with a Canadian-specific photo vault, courtesy of photographer Kevin Reust.

2018 Swammy Awards: Canadian Male Athlete of the Year Markus Thormeyer

Markus Thormeyer won the Canadian men’s only medal in swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Swimming Canada Will Host Their First-Ever Open Water Trials in 2019

While the meet will be the first Canada-hosted trials for an open water national team, it will actually be hosted in the Cayman Islands.

Former National Team Coach Bennett Enters Circle of Excellence

Courtesy: Swimming Canada In a career cut short by cancer, Randy Bennett coached Olympic, world championship and Commonwealth Games medalists….

2018 Swammy Awards: Canadian Female Athlete of the Year Taylor Ruck

Ruck shined at two of the biggest meets at the halfway point in the Olympiad, the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs, most notably claiming 200 free gold at both.

Lausanne Day 2: Ruck & Sanchez Each Top Hosszu

Taylor Ruck of Canada got her hand on the wall first in the women’s 100m back final in Lausanne, relegating Hungarian Katinka Hosszu to silver.

Hosszu Threatens Meet Records At Lausanne Day 2 Prelims

Katinka Hosszu is ending her 2018 year of seemingly continuous racing with quick morning swims in Lausanne.

Taylor Ruck Named Swimming Canada Female Aquatic Swimmer Of The Year

After a record-tying eight medal run at the Commonwealth Games in April followed by five medals at the 2018 Pan…

2018 Swammy Awards: World Jr Female Swimmer of the Year Taylor Ruck

This year, among many incredible female junior swimmers, Canadian Taylor Ruck has stood above the rest.

Knox, Pratt Lower Canadian Age Group Records To Close OJI In Toronto

Cole Pratt of the Cascade Swim Club set a new Canadian 15-17 age group record in the 200 back on the final of the Ontario Junior International meet in Toronto.

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