Brittany Maclean broke her own Canadian record in the Olympic heats for the second straight Games en route to qualifying 5th for the final.
Richard Funk took the top seed in the men’s 100 breast in a quick 1:01.49 this morning.
The Australian women downed the 400 freestyle relay world record last night, but remarkably, the individual best times from their personnel suggests they could have been even faster
Andrew Tiffany, who worked on the Olympic Aquatic Stadium, placed a toonie in the liner of the pool hoping that it will bring Canadians swimmers good luck in Rio…
16-year-olds Penny Oleksiak (pictured) and Taylor Ruck were each members of the Canadian bronze-medal 400 free relay, leading their country to top our 18-and-under medal table after day one.
The Canadians won their first Olympic relay medal in 24 years today in the women’s 4×100 free.
Following the first night of swimming competition at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Australia leads the gold medal race, becoming the only nation to win multiple golds with their 2 wins in tonight’s finals session.
For the second time today the Canadian women managed to break the national record in the 4x100m freestyle relay, this time dipping under 3:33 and securing an Olympic medal.
Recap of finals from day 3 at the Canadian Championships in Edmonton.
At the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, Alberta where the Canadian Swimming Championships are being held, tonight’s Olympic 100m butterfly semifinal will be shown on the timing board during tonight’s session.
Luke Reilly put up the top time in the heats of the men’s 200 IM.
The Canadian women broke the national record in the 4x100m freestyle relay this morning en route to finishing third overall in the heats and putting themselves in a great position to medal tonight.
Penny Oleksiak has broken the Canadian and and Junior-World Records in the first women’s swimming event of the 2016 Olympic Games.
Jeremy Bagshaw of Island Swimming won the men’s 200 freestyle on the second night of the Canadian Championships…