Canadian backstroker Kylie Masse recently made headlines again as a part of the U Sports Top 10 Moments of 2016 list.
Canada’s Club Aquatique Montreal (CAMO) has selected the Cuova-based National Aquatic Center facility in Trinidad & Tobago to conduct its Winter training
Canadian paralympic swimmer Benoît Huot was named to the Order of Canada at the end of December to honour his work as both a parasport ambassador and Paralympic athlete.
Hungarian iron lady Katinka Hosszu wasted no time redeeming herself after missing the 400 IM podium in 2012.
Condorelli, who became a household name in the swimming world after stories of his middle finger ritual circulated, finished just off the podium at the Olympics with a 4th place finish in the 100 free.
Canada has demonstrated clear, rapid development, rising to become one of the best swimming nations on the women’s side, and for it’s success this year is being named the recipient of the National Development Swammy Award.
2016 was a breakout year for Canada’s Penny Oleksiak. She had previously had success representing Canada internationally at the junior level, but she quickly broke onto the senior level scene at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Young Canadian star Penny Oleksiak continues to reel in accolades after a stellar summer in Rio and continued success on the…
Penny Oleksiak was identified as a potential podium earner when she was just 14 years old.
In another showdown between Sarah Darcel and Mary-Sophie Harvey, Darcel came up ahead with the win in the 200m IM. Her time of 2:07.78 just beat Harvey to the wall as she touched in for second at 2:07.88.
Rebecca Smith has been one of the top age group talents in Canada over the last few years producing several age group national records under former coach Mandi Smith.
At the 2016 Ontario Junior International Mary-Sophie Harvey has been absolutely on fire, taking down two national records in order to earn herself two wins here in Toronto.
It took a senior Canadian national record for 17-year-old Mary-Sophie Harvey to win the women’s 400m freestyle, dropping a total of 13-seconds off her entry time.
Newcastle Swim Team athletes Emily Large (pictured) and Jane Brown wrote their names into the British Junior Recordbooks while competing in Sheffield and Ontario.
Featured in the meet will be both four-time Olympic medallist Penny Oleksiak and her new HPC – Ontario training partner Rebecca Smith. Both have broken several age group records during their careers, the former breaking plenty of senior Canadian records last season.