2013 CIS Swimming Championships Viewer’s Guide

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CIS Swimming Championships Preview

The UBC Thunderbirds look to repeat a men’s & women’s double in Calgary.

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Pointe-Claire Swim Club Wins the Speedo Eastern/Western Canadian Championships

The Pointe-Claire Swim Club walked away with both the men’s and combined team titles at the Speedo Eastern/Western Canadian Championships…

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Canadian Olympian, NCAA Champion Julia Wilkinson Announces Retirement

Canadian swimmer Julia Wilkinson said she will leave her decorated career with no regrets. (File Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Pierre Lafontaine on Canadian Swimming and Canadian Interuniversity Sport

Pierre Lafontaine was hired as CEO and National Team Head Coach of Swimming Canada in 2005. In his nearly eight…


Canadian Universities; OUA, RSEQ and AUS Championship Weekend

In advance of the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) Swimming Championships the Ontario University Athletics (OUA), Quebec Student Sport Federation (RSEQ)…

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Lafontaine to Step Down as Swimming Canada CEO, New High Performance Director Hired

Pierre Lafontaine (middle), both the CEO and National Team Director of Swimming Canada, is stepping down to work on the college scene instead. (Photo Courtesy:

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Olympic Swimmer Annamay Pierse Shows Improv Talent at Second City

“The former 200 breaststroke world record holder is fearless onstage.” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)


UBC wins the women Canada West Championships, while Calgary takes the men’s title

The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, led by Canadian Olympian Savannah King took home the Felstad Memorial Trophy as the…


Olympians King and Page Highlight first night of Canada West University Championships

Canadian Olympians Alec Page and Savannah King highlighted the first evening of competition at the Canada West University Championships in…

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Para World Championships Coming to North America for First Time

Swimming Canada is thrilled to be the first North American host of the IPC World Championships. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Moving On: What Lies in Store for Brent Hayden and the Future of Canada

“I think it will come from the person who puts themselves out into the international arena.” (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Austin Grand Prix: Franklin Pushes Hardest on Day 1 Prelims

Missy Franklin’s 100 free was the most impressive swim of a quiet prelims session in Austin. (File Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Cochrane and Heymans; The Key to Canada’s Success

Ryan Cochrane (above) won the Aquatics Canada Male Athlete of the Year award. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Toronto Pool to receive major upgrade for the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

With Toronto, Ontario, Canada hosting the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games, one of their aquatic facilities is about…

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