Canadian backstroker/breaststroker/IMer Aëla Janvier has verbally committed to swim at the University of Southern California next fall.
Former Oakville Aquatic Club coach Dave Judd died on October 7th after battling a brain tumor. On August 1st, after…
The 2018 Youth Olympic Games wrapped up last night in Buenos Aires, Argentina with the nation of Russia racing away as the clear leader of the swimming medal table.
Denied 100m fly gold, Hungary’s Kristof Milak is ready to give it his all in the 200m fly final tonight in Buenos Aires.
Through the penultimate night of competition of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, a record number of nations penetrated the medal standings, totaling 30 in all.
Night 4 of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games saw the nation of Italy get a big bump in the overall medal standings, courtesy of 17-year-old Thomas Ceccon.
Heading into day 4 finals, Russia remains atop the overall swimming medal table at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games taking place in Buenos Aires.
World record holder Kliment Kolesnikov took the men’s 100m back in Buenos Aires tonight, contributing to Russia’s lead in the overall YOG medal table through day 2.
Some of the world’s biggest junior stars, including European Champion Kristof Milak, take the stage in Buenos Aires this week.
Canada has named Mary C. Lyne to their Board of Directors.
Swimming Canada has announced the grand prize winners for their 2018 Swim-A-Thon campaign.
Swimming Canada has swapped 3 of its 8 swimmers scheduled to race at the Youth Olympic Games.
Swimming Canada’s new rules regarding minimum dive depth standards came into effect and now the national review of municipal aquatic facilities begins.
Kisil will move east to Toronto to train under Ben Titley at the High Performance Center.