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.
Kylie Masse posted a new personal best 2:02.17 200 back on day 3 of the U SPORTS Swimming Championships.
Sandrine Mainville doubled up on day 2 of the U SPORTS Championships, winning both the 50 free and 50 fly.
Watch Kylie Masse break the Canadian Record in the SCM 50 backstroke.
Kylie Masse won two individual events on day 1 of the U SPORTS Championships.
Kylie Masse clocked 26.15 in the SCM 50 back to lower her Canadian Record once again.
Kylie Masse clocked 26.24 to set a new Canadian SCM 50 back record at the U SPORTS Championships.
Kylie Masse will highlight the Canadian University Championships, set to begin Thursday at the University of Toronto.
Kylie Masse won six gold medals as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues defended their OUA team titles in London.
The Tigers finished the 2018 Subway AUS Swimming Championships with two team wins. It was the 20th consecutive championship win for the men, while the women earned their 17th consecutive title.
American Ashley Twichell earned her 4th Midmar Mile title over the weekend.
Catch some action shots of your favorite Canadian swimmers attending this past weekend’s Int’l Meet in Uster, Switzerland.