Canada

Maggie MacNeil on Chasing 22.9 in the 50 Back, Post Olympic Break

MacNeil won the 100 fly by over a second with a time of 49.97, becoming the first woman under 50.0 this season in the NCAA

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Jennifer Abel Retires After Career As One of Canada’s Top Divers

Jennifer Abel, who has won more World Championship medals than any other Canadian diver, announced her retirement in late November.

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Mandy Bell Returning Home To Join HPC-Vancouver Coaching Staff

Mandy Bell will join the centre as its new assistant coach in the new year, returning from several years coaching in England.

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Swimming Canada Monitoring COVID Developments As Planning Continues

Swimming Canada is still planning to send swimmers to the Short Course World Championships, but is keeping an eye on developing COVID restrictions in Canada.

Rebecca Smith Leads Calgary To First CAN West Title Since 2009; UBC Men Repeat

Smith set new Canada West meet records in all four of her individual events and added two relay wins to help lead the Dinos to their first win in 12 years.

Brent Hayden Ends His 2021 ISL Season Early with Back Injury

38-year old Brent Hayden is heading home early from Eindhoven, having not seen improvement in the back spasms that kept him out of last week’s match.

High-Level International Meets For December 2021

Australia’s Kyle Chalmers will be bouncing from the ISL to Abu Dhabi as 1 of 2 swimmers from his nation competing at the Short Course World Championships.

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Swimming Canada Puts Olympic Gold Medal Winning Suits Up for Auction

There is already a $1000 bid on the suit that Maggie MacNeil wore when she won an Olympic gold medal in the 100 fly at the Tokyo Olympics.

Siobhan Haughey and Summer McIntosh Break National Records in 400 Frees

2021 ISL Playoff Match 3 Thursday, November 18th – Friday, November 19th 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm local time; 1:00…

UBC Men, University of Calgary Women Win Odlum Brown Colleges Cup

Calgary’s Rebecca Smith won the women’s 100 free, 200 free, 100 fly and 100 IM at the meet as the Dinos edged UBC by 12.5 points.

Injury Bug Strikes Toronto Again: Shoulder Injury Knocks Jay Lelliott Out

Distance freestyler and sometimes backstroker Jay Lelliott is out of the International Swimming League playoffs with a shoulder injury.

Cole Pratt Out of Playoff 2 with Shoulder Injury; Toronto Takes 4 Point Penalty

19-year old Canadian Cole Pratt is out of Playoff #2 of the International Swimming League season with a shoulder injury, leaving an empty lane in the 200 backstroke.

Kylie Masse Breaks Taylor Ruck’s Canadian Record in 200 Back at ISL Playoff #2

Canadian Kylie Masse, who holds all three Canadian backstroke records in long course, grabbed the 200 back short course record on Saturday.

No Canada, US at Inaugural Junior Pan American Games (Psych Sheets)

Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands will send swimmers to the Jr. Pan American Games, but the mainland US and Canada will both be absent from the inaugural event.

Young Talent To Join Oleksiak, Masse & McIntosh At Canada’s HPCs

Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.