We know that Summer McIntosh has the potential for greatness in the 400 IM, but will she be able to hold off Olympic Champ Ohashi in Budapest?
The Toronto Pam Am Sports Centre was one of the leaders in helping the swim community get back to training and ready to represent Canada during the pandemic.
Take a look at the international swimming meet schedule for the month of June, highlighted by the 2022 FINA World Aquatics Championships.
American Michael Andrew is ready to carry on his winning momentum from Barcelona to Canet for the final stop of the 2022 Mare Nostrum Tour.
The Mare Nostrum Tour will wrap up in Canet this weekend, with key matchups featuring Maggie MacNeil, Sarah Sjostrom, and Penny Oleksiak.
South Africa’s national record holder Lara van Niekerk already put up a swift 30.09 in the heats of the women’s 50m breast, but she still has the final.
Maggie MacNeil raced for the first time since her elbow injury, placing third in the 100 free on Day 1 of the Barcelona Mare Nostrum stop.
Reigning Olympic champion Tom Dean put up a solid morning swim of 1:46.89 in the 200m free and will try to improve upon that mark tonight in Barcelona.
Several Canadian women headline the 2022 Mare Notstrum Tour stop in Barcelona including Panny Oleksiak, Kylie Masse, Summer McIntosh, and Sydney Pickrem.
Spanish Olympic 200 butterfly gold medalist Mireia Belmonte Garcia is slated to make her return to competition in Monaco.
Here we’re keeping track of the swimming rosters as they’re announced for this summer’s 2022 FINA World Aquatic Championships in Budapest.
There is some primetime talent on both the men’s and women’s sides headed to the Mare Nostrum tour, whose first stop kicks off this weekend in Monaco.
In this SwimSwam Podcast, SPIRE Coach Thad Schultz breaks down why a sports academy might be the right choice for your swimming career.
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Kylie Masse headlines the 31 names set to represent Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, while Yuri Kisil has notably opted out of the competition.