Calgary’s Rebecca Smith won the women’s 100 free, 200 free, 100 fly and 100 IM at the meet as the Dinos edged UBC by 12.5 points.
Distance freestyler and sometimes backstroker Jay Lelliott is out of the International Swimming League playoffs with a shoulder injury.
19-year old Canadian Cole Pratt is out of Playoff #2 of the International Swimming League season with a shoulder injury, leaving an empty lane in the 200 backstroke.
Canadian Kylie Masse, who holds all three Canadian backstroke records in long course, grabbed the 200 back short course record on Saturday.
Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands will send swimmers to the Jr. Pan American Games, but the mainland US and Canada will both be absent from the inaugural event.
Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.
Camryn Kannings is now the 4th-fastest 15-year old 100 butterflier in Canadian history, including behind a pair of Olympic gold medalists.
Lyne, who joined the board in 2018, had been serving as vice-president since June, when then-President Cheryl Gibson stepped down to join the FINA Bureau.
3-time Olympic medalist and Tokyo 2020 champion in the women’s 100 butterfly Maggie MacNeil has been honoured for her accomplishments.
Former World Record holder Sergey Fesikov will join the Toronto Titans for the ISL Playoffs, replacing Finlay Knox, who underwent surgery earlier this month.
Rebecca Smith swam a 1:54 in the 200 short course meter free over the weekend in her first official racing since winning an Olympic silver medal in Tokyo.
Catch up on the key stories from the FINA World Cup Series stop in Budapest, including hearing what American Tom Shields had to say.
On-fire Matt Sates will try to repeat as the men’s 200m free winner on this FINA World Cup Series circuit. But Aussie Kyle Chalmers is among his obstacles.
Other notable absences from the nation’s World Championships squad are 2-time Olympian Taylor Ruck and Energy Standard star, Mary-Sophie Harvey.
Let’s see what multi-Olympic medalist Kyle Chalmers has in store for tonight’s 100m freestyle at the FINA World Cup stop in Budapest.