Former world record holder Kylie Masse took the win with a powerful swim, posting a 59.27 as the only finisher under a minute.
Swimming Canada has released its selection criteria for 2019’s major international meets. The World Championships and World Junior Championships have top priority, with Pan American Games outranking the World University Games.
Chris Wieser, above, was the top seed in the men’s 400 free, and scratched out of Thursday’s prelims pre-session after missing the 800 free on Wednesday as well.
Ben Proud is just 1 of 3 British athletes set to compete in Hangzhou, where powerhouses Japan, China, Russia and the United States are bringing upwards of 30+ competitors.
The US team heading to Short Course Worlds is absent from US Winter Nationals, but the event will still include a few headliners, like Katie Ledecky.
This is Pettifer’s 2nd international competition after serving as an apprentice coach with the National Development Team at the 2015 Mare Nostrum tour.
Rivard’s record is unlikely to be ratified, but she was faster than the current mark this weekend in Ontario.
A charge of sexual exploitation against former Barrie, Ontario swim coach Zachary Hurd has been withdrawn. During proceedings on Thursday, the…
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Swimming Canada has become the 2nd of North America’s major swimming national governing bodies to announce a change at the…
He was also part of another Canadian Record, when the UBC collegiate team took down a national standard.
Canadian Kylie Masse took 3 golds in the battle against Loughborough, but it wasn’t enough for her University of Toronto squad to stop the home team.
2018 DUEL IN THE POOL – LOUGHBOROUGH VS UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Saturday, November 3rd Loughborough University/British Swimming National Centre Races…
The inaugural Duel in the Pool between Loughborough University and University of Toronto is slated for this Saturday, November 3rd. The idea came from witnessing the thrill of the NCAA duel meet.
Canadian backstroker/breaststroker/IMer Aëla Janvier has verbally committed to swim at the University of Southern California next fall.