Age-Group Swimmers Dominate Day One of Speedo Eastern Canadian Championships

Danielle Hanus stepped up in her speciality, the 100m backstroke to grab the gold in 59.24…

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Designs Approved For New $38.5 Million UBC Aquatic Centre

The University of British Columbia, a nearly 50,000-student university in Vancouver, has announced plans for a new $38.5 million aquatics…


University of Toronto Wins OUA Championships

The UofT men ended up winning the meet with 959 points to McMasters 746. Western was third behind McMaster with 659…

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Paige Schultz Adds Two More Medals On Day Two of OUA Championships

This time, Schultz stepped up to take down a tough field in the 100m freestyle, beating the record by just five one-hundredths (55.31 to 55.36).

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University of Toronto Team Comes Home With Nine Records On Day One of OUA Champs

That win gave Shultz three golds and three OUA records; her teammate Vanessa Treasure earned herself her second gold and OUA record of the meet…

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Richmond Rapids 13 & 14 Year Old Boys Relay Breaks National Mark

Over the weekend the Richmond Rapids Boys 13 & 14 200 medley relay team broke a 12 year old national mark held by the Markham Aquatic Club…

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Weinberger to join Swimming Canada High Performance Centre in Vancouver

Olympic medalist Richard Weinberger of Victoria is making a move as he continues in his preparations toward the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games in 2016.

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Amanda Reason Picks Up Three Golds At Alberta Open

Tonight, we’ll see Reason in the 50m freestyle as she took the top spot heading into finals with a 27.11. She’ll also be testing the waters in the 400m freestyle, an event that we don’t often see her in.

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Shaw Centre In Saskatoon Receives Major Upgrades

Of the $650,000 budget $475,000 are going towards upgrading the heating and ventilation system whereas the remaining sum will be used to add a new 70 ton chiller to the venue.


Evan White’s 5 National Age Group Records From Thunderbolt International Won’t Be Ratified

Swimming Canada has not ratified Evan White’s National Age Group Records.


104-year-old Jaring Timmerman sets two world records and becomes oldest Masters swimmer in history

Some persevering swimmers have to wait until they’re nearly 30 years old to finally feel the thrill of breaking a world record. Jaring Timmerman of Winnipeg waited until he was 100. And he’s now added the first recorded records in the 105-109 age group.


UBC Women Set Canada West Records For Most Points With 1071

UBC’s Coleman Allen set his third Canada West record tonight en route to breaking completing a gold medal sweep of the fly events…

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Coleman Allen Breaks Second Record, Aims For Third Tonight

Tonight Allen will be looking for a sweep of the butterfly events by swimming the 200m fly…

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Coleman Allen Breaks Meet Record In 50m Fly At Canada West

Multi-time CIS Champion Coleman Allen broke a Canada West record today at the Canada West meet on his way to…

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Registration Open for World Masters in Montreal

Set for July 27 to Aug. 10 at Parc Jean-Drapeau, the event incorporates pool swimming and open water swimming, as well as diving, water polo and synchronized swimming.

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