Oakville Aquatic Club are counting down the days and hours to the 2016 Canadian Olympic & Para Swimming Trials. OAK is sending 28 athletes along to the Trials being held at Toronto Pan Am Sport Centre, each hoping to represent Canada in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
CBC Sports and Swimming Canada are proud to announce a multiplatform broadcast partnership connecting Canadians to six days of live coverage of the Olympic & Para-swimming Trials.
Four athletes from the High Performance Centre – Ontario are looking to make their mark at the Canadian Olympic Trials this April with hopes of all qualifying for a spot on the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Missy Franklin (above) was bested by her new training partner in the women’s 200 back final at the Plantation Sectionals on Friday night. The two teamed up to help the Colorado Stars win the 800 free relay.
Swimming Canada announced today that they would be establishing a training base in the Wakayama Prefecture in Japan.
Thormeyer helped Canada to a gold medal in the mixed 4×100 free relay at the 2015 World Jr Champs in Singapore.
For the first time since the 1992-93 season the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s and women’s swim teams both won the CIS Championships.
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UBC’s Tera Van Beilen is perfectly set up to sweep the breaststroke events here at her last CIS Championships. Van Beilen was a 31.43 this morning in the 50m breaststroke in order to take the top seed over Rebecca Terejko.
The UBC women and Toronto men will look to increase their leads in the 2nd finals session of the 2016 CIS Championships.
Tera Van Beilen of UBC made a statement this morning with a 2:23.98 performance in the heats of the 200m breaststroke. Not only did that give her the top seed overall, but she was almost five seconds faster than all of her remaining competitors.
University of Toronto swimmer Kylie Masse broke her first long course Canadian national record tonight at the CIS Championships en route to a victory by over a second.
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson is the top seed in both the women’s 200m freestyle and 400m IM.
Kylie Masse is the clear favourite in the 50m backstroke after her performance this morning. Masse was just seven one-hundredths off her Canadian record of 26.65, going a 26.72 to take the top seed by over a second.
The Canadian Deaf National Team capped off an exciting weekend at the 2016 Speedo Western Canadian Open by setting a new Canadian deaf record in the 4 x 50 medley relay.