Mikhaela Johnson has announced her decision to swim for Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia beginning in the fall of 2021.
Comeau has experience as the Assistant Chef de Mission at the 2017 and 2019 Worlds, along with being a member of the Mission Staff at three Olympics.
Get your coffee brewing now to help you keep up with all of the intense international racing action taking place this upcoming week.
One of Canada’s leading sprinters, Kayla Sanchez has announced that she’ll make the move form Toronto to British Columbia this fall.
Douthwright, a Tennessee commit, clocked 1:02.75 in the women’s 100 back (LCM) to set the New Brunswick Provincial Record.
Andison now sits behind only Sydney Pickrem, who holds the Canadian Record at 2:08.61.
Maggie MacNeil, Sarah Bacon, Wenbo Chen, and Bill Dorenkott were named the Big Ten end of year award recipients following the conclusion of the NCAA season.
Olympic medalist Daiya Seto will be racing in April at the 2021 Japan Swim, the meet which acts as the nation’s sole Olympic-qualifying opportunity.
Tonight, Maggie MacNeil swam the fastest 100-yard fly in history, breaking the NCAA, U.S. Open, and NCAA meet record with a 48.89
Leading off the 400 medley relay, Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil threw down a time of 49.76 in the 100 backstroke, making her the 7th fastest performer in history.
The program aims to increase the number of females in coaching positions across Canadian universities.
The five former National Team members claim Canada Artistic Swimming failed to provide an envrionment “free of psychological abuse, neglect and harassment.”
The combined junior and senior National Championships, along with the Masters Championships, have been called off due to COVID-19 restrictions.
With no formal qualifier event, Canada established a selection committee to choose the country’s entrants for the last-chance Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier in the open water 10km race. (Above, Eric Hedlin).