White has emerged as one of the most talented 17-year-old Canadian swimmers in many years. He produced numerous outstanding performances in 2013 including his December finale at the Thunderbolt Junior International in Portland, Oregon.
Martha McCabe will have to pull out of the Austin Grand Prix due to a small stress fracture of her clavicle…
Olympian and Canadian record holder Katerine Savard is joining a new club as she looks to take the next step on the road to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Canadian World Championship team members Chris Manning and Zach Chetrat also helped secure UofT’s victory with a combined total of three individual wins..
A 15 member squad made up of some of the most promising 17-18 year old Canadian swimmers are currently in the midst of a training camp as part of the process of preparing for the Victorian Open State Championships….
The Dinos recently added standout swimmer Tristan Cote to their roster at the start of the year who could definitely help them place more of an impact this year at the meet…
The Canadian team had a successful showing at two of the biggest competitions of the 2013 season. At the 2013…
Among the nine short course records that fell, six of them were from Sean Baker’s Oakville Aquatic Club…
Editor’s note: This award specifically relates to Canadian coaches who have had success with swimmers at the senior international level….
Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events on day 2 of the 2013 Salnikov Cup, including nearly a lifetime best in the 200 fly.
Canadian Alex Elliott took home three big wins, shocking the crowd in the 50m fly, 100m free and 100m breaststroke on day one.
White swam a fast 2:10.72 in the short course meter
breaststroke to beat out his closest competitor Yannick Lindenburg
who touched just behind White in 2:10.83.
White swam to an impressive 1:56.69 to break the boy’s 15-17 short course 200m butterfly record at the Thunderbolt Junior Invitational in Oregon…
Victoria Poon and a trio of teammates from PPO broke a decade-old relay record by almost three seconds on Friday.
Swimmer Ryan Cochrane of Victoria, B.C., and diver Pamela Ware of Beloeil, Que., have been named Aquatics Canada’s male and female athletes of the year for 2013. The honours are part of Aquatics Canada’s annual awards, which recognize the outstanding performances and contributions to the sport of diving, swimming, synchronized swimming and water polo.