All three women who stood on the medal podium for the 100 breaststroke at the 2015 Pan American Games will be taking part in the event in Charlotte…
High Performance Centre – Ontario head coach Ben Titley will be leading the Canadian Olympic team for the first time this summer in Rio.
Swimming Canada will send its Olympic 4×100 medley and 4×100 free relays to the Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte to conclude a weeklong “relay camp.”
A resident of Windsor? You’ll want to check out snagging some tickets early for this December’s Short Course World Championships.
The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds are undergoing a large rebuild in terms of their team, saying goodbye to staple veterans such as Tera Van Beilen and Rebecca Terejko, and focusing on a new group of athletes.
Kylie Masse was named the 2015-16 female CIS athlete of the year at the 24th annual BLG awards at the Martha Cohen Theatre in Calgary.
A collision with a moose killed Temikaming Northern Loons Swim Club head coach Leonard Lear last night on Highway 11 just north of North Bay, Ont.
Distance swimmer Peter Brothers committed to swim for the University of Calgary and head coach Mike Blondal next season as he gears up to compete at the 2016 short course World Championships in December.
Though Canada’s Olympic team could have featured more event entries with less strict selection standards, almost half of our poll respondents expressed support for Canada’s selection criteria.
Let’s take a look at what the women’s Olympic relay landscape looks like now that we’re 100 days away from Rio’s Opening Ceremony.
Famed Canadian Paralympic swimmer Stephanie Dixon is one of the seven inductees into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Canada’s High Performance Director John Atkinson has a full roster for the 2016 Olympic Games that he’s happy with moving forward as the games approach.
Hilary Caldwell waited until the last day of the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials in order to make the team, securing her spot with a first place finish in the 200m backstroke.
Dominique Bouchard made her mark on the backstroke events last week at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials, finishing second in both the 100 and 200 and solidifying her spot on Canada’s Olympic team.
Chantal Van Landeghem had a very successful run at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials which qualified her to compete at her first Olympic Games ever.