Check out this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Joseph Schooling, Cate Campbell, Katie Shanahan, Katie Ledecky and more.
Canadian Junior National Team member Graysen Bernard recently announced his verbal commitment to swim for Northwestern University.
The 19-year-old clocked a time of 57.64 to overtake Russian Arina Surkova (57.78) for the top time in the world for the 2019-20 season.
Canada’s reigning champs, the UBC Thunderbirds, have adopted FORM Swim Goggles with smart display which allow swimmers to see their metrics in the moment.
Markus Thormeyer broke his own Canadian national record in the SCM 200 back while repping the NY Breakers at the ISL Budapest match-up.
France’s Florent Manaudou will be back in action in November representing Team Energy Standard at ISL meets, but check out additional action around the world.
Brent Hayden, 2012 Olympic bronze medalist in the 100 freestyle, has announced his return to the sport competitively with a focus on making it to Tokyo.
Canadian junior standout Gabe Mastromatteo has committed to swim at the University of Toronto beginning in the fall of 2020.
Danas Rapsys of Lithuania would not be denied in the men’s 200m free, rocking another solid performance of 1:45.82 to close out Berlin.
Katinka Hosszu takes 400m IM gold yet again, this time at the Berlin stop of the FINA World Cup Series, where Italy’s Ilaria Cusinato was also in the mix.
Kira Toussaint is having the World Cup of her life, going 2-for-2 in Dutch national backstroke records for the 2nd week in a row.
Canada has joined the United States in withdrawing its athletes from open water competition at the 2019 ANOC Beach Games (above – Eric Hedlin)
25-year-old Michele Coleman pulled out a mild upset in the women’s 50m free, beating out World Championships medalists Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Cate Campbell.
Jade Hannah, who has won 5 World Junior Swimming Championships, is among the elite swimmers who currently train at the HPC – Victoria.
With Energy Standard now in a substantial lead over the Cali Condors, how can these teams’ different strengths affect day two’s competition?