Windsor will be hosting the first stand alone opening ceremony of a Short Course World Championships.
Norway has 5 athletes competing at this year’s Short Course World Championships, including 2016 Olympic finalist Henrik Christiansen.
UBC appears to be the top team in the Canada West conference for both men and women with the Canada West championships just over two-weeks away.
Matt Bell was sentenced to seven months in jail, two years of probation, and will be on the national sex offender registry for life for the sexual exploitation of a former teenage athlete
Former owner of Ajax Swimming, Matt Bell, was sentenced to seven months in jail for the sexual exploitation of a former teenage athlete.
The UBC Thunderbirds swept the Rocky Mountain Cup, defeating rival Toronto after losing both of their CIS titles to them last February.
Press Release Courtesy of Florida State Athletics: Roberge Represents Canada at Grand Prix Junior diver Tyler Roberge competed at the Gold…
A former swim coach in Canada’s Northwest Territories is appealing his sexual assault conviction, saying the 2015 trial had been unfair.
Hot off the heels of Canada’s fine performance in the pool at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Kylie Masse (Windsor, ON), Olympic Bronze Medalist in the women’s 100m backstroke, and the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Swim Team are here in Calgary to compete at the 2016 Rocky Mountain Cup.
Canada’s top female distance swimmer is calling it a career. Brittany MacLean spanned two generations of Canadian swimming and earned…
Kay was a championship finalist in the 400 IM at last season’s 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials.
While Cochrane, 27, and Caldwell, 25, are back in the pool training, HPC-VIC head coach Ryan Mallette is also looking ahead to the next generation of new blood in the centre.
The Canadian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association has inducted 3 new members into its Hall of Fame the 2016 Canadian…
Coming on the heels of their monstrous performance at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Swimming Canada has released their “On Track Times” to identify up-and-coming talent for 2020.
Four-time Olympic medalist Penny Oleksiak will lead a roster of 34 Canadians to their home Short Course World Championships in December.