When Commonwealth Games swimming gets going Thursday in Gold Coast, Australia, chances are Canada’s women’s relays will be heavily influenced by the Swimming Canada High Performance Centre – Ontario.
Adam Peaty leads the charge for England, as the 2018 Commonwealth Games’ swimming competition kicks off on Thursday, April 5th.
Penny Oleksiak still felt like a normal 16-year-old when she left for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Siobhan Marie O’Connor of England is the odds-on favorite to win the 200 IM at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
British national record holder Jocelyn Ulyett, representing England, will try to shake up a very tightly packed women’s breaststroke field at the Commonwealth Games.
It might be a busy time of year to be an Oleksiak parent. That’s because Richard and Alison Oleksiak will have two children competing at the highest levels of two different sports next week… and perhaps also competing for the attention of their proud and supportive parents.
Canada’s Katerine Savard has been forced to withdraw from next month’s Commonwealth Games due to health reasons.
One of the most anticipated competitions of 2018, the Pan Pacific Championships, will now be undergoing a change of venue for its open water portion.
Charlotte Bonnet impressed in Milan tonight, winning the 200m freestyle in the world’s 7th fastest time this season.
We are pleased to announce that effective March 1, 2018, Team Aquatic Supplies Ltd., has acquired AquaSport’s business activities (excluding Endless Pools), a Quebec-based company and a leader in the Canadian aquatic market since 1982.
A pair of Hyack Swim Club swimmers broke the Canadian NAG in the boys’ and girls’ 11-12 100 fly on Saturday.
The University of Toronto swimming program is pleased to announce that Everett Smith, Ethan Fazekas and Connor Walker have signed letters of intent and committed to swim for the Varsity Blues beginning in the 2018-19 season.
Olympic Champion in the 100m Free, Penny Oleksiak, has been building her endurance, and plans to debut her 200m free for the first time at a championship meet this April at the Commonwealth Games
Taylor Ruck not only went a best time in the 200 back and destroyed the rest of the field in the process, but 20 minutes later broke a Canadian record en route to her 2nd runaway victory of the night
Taylor Ruck pulled off an incredible double on Friday night, posting the world’s #1 200 back time and breaking the Canadian 200 free record.