Paralympic swimming icon Benoit Huot has retired from competition after 20 Paralympic medals, five consecutive Paralympic appearances and a slew of world records.
Penny Oleksiak becomes art, Ian Thorpe is honored and an Arkansas school gets surprised in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Twelve female coaches from across Canada will partake in a female coaching leadership workshop called “Taking the Stage” next month.
Jot down these key dates on your swimming calendar.
Masse leads the world rankings this season with her 59.27 from the 2018 U.S. Winter Nationals.
Kylie Masse, the 2nd-fastest 100m backstroker in history, will compete this weekend in Toronto.
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
Sanchez has had a whirlwind year, dropping best times seemingly every time she hits the pool
Penny Oleksiak swam a lifetime best in 2018 in the 200 fly, but hasn’t swum the race in long course since.
“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.
Take in the sights of the 2018 Lausanne Cup with a Canadian-specific photo vault, courtesy of photographer Kevin Reust.
Markus Thormeyer won the Canadian men’s only medal in swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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.
Courtesy: Swimming Canada In a career cut short by cancer, Randy Bennett coached Olympic, world championship and Commonwealth Games medalists….
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.