For the second year in a row, the Swammy Award for Canadian Coach of the Year goes to Tom Johnson of the High Performance Centre Vancouver, British Columbia.
Padington explains her reasons for leaving the sport she’s been in since age 4, including injury and being unhappy with her current training environment
The 2020 Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award goes to Canadian Olympian and World Championship medalist Sydney Pickrem.
The 2020 Canadian Male Swimmer of the Year Swammy award goes to Canadian national teamer and member of the Toronto Titans.
She gave us her perspective on ISL Season 2, making the move to Toronto, and the new Canadian Olympic Trial format that was released last week.
Now-retired Canadian Olympic medalist Michelle Toro and husband Guillermo Toro announced the birth of their son Jacob Murray Toro.
Weaver’s long course best time of 23.94 in the 50 freestyle ranked him third in Canada among 15-16s in 2019-20.
After an injury-plagued 2015 season, Brittany MacLean entered the 2016 Trials ranked 10th in the women’s 200 free before winning in a new national record.
Swimming Canada has made a major shift in format for next year’s Olympic Trials due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Canadian national teamer and former Minnesota Gopher Mackenzie Padington has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
The Atlantic University Sports (AUS) conference of Canada has announced the cancellation of the remainder of their 2020 / 2021 sporting season.
Macneil walks through managing nerves, observing her role models, and how she converted her short course success into the 50m pool.
What a difference several years and thousands of laps can make as we compare present-day ISL swimmers to their younger selves.
Coming off a standout ISL season, Pickrem heads to Toronto to join the elite training group that includes Olympic medalists Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck.
Simon Fraser sophomore Collyn Gagne was the #2 qualifier in the 400 IM at last year’s NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships.