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.
Kylie Masse flew to the wall first in the women’s 100m backstroke in Uster, rocking a winning time of 58.54.
Canada’s Kylie Masse rocked a 2:07.47 meet record-setting 200m backstroke in Uster, as just one of several meet marks that went down on the night.
Six young athletes are in South Africa for a two-week Race Train Race Tour as part of Swimming Canada’s strategy to develop a culture of distance swimming in Canada.
A group of 16 male swimmers and four coaches are on their way to the Trinidad National Aquatic Centre for an important development opportunity geared towards building Swimming Canada’s next great men’s team.
Strong Canadian and British contingencies are among the stars getting more pre-Commonwealth Games racing in this weekend in Switzerland.
Texas A&M senior diver Tyler Henschel earned a spot on Canada’s 2018 Commonweath Games roster by winning the platform dive at the 2018 Canadian Winter Senior Nationals.
Madison Broad, who hails from Wallaceburg, Ontario in Canada, and swims with the Chatham Y Pool Sharks under coach Kyle…
15-year-old Alfred Wong of Hyack Swim Club was killed in an exchange of gunfire last week in Vancouver, B.C., while in the car with his parents.
Masse won the 200 back on Saturday to go with her 100 win from Friday.
The swim is Masse’s first 100 back in long course meters since winning gold and breaking the World Record at the World Championships this summer.
Swimming Canada is nominating 11 Para-swimmers to its 2018 Commonwealth Games team, which will be the largest integrated team in Canadian swimming history.