The Canadian women’s team is looking to be well rounded with the potential to send a swimmer into the Olympic final in almost every stroke discipline. While women’s backstroke has the most depth in Canadian swimming, women’s breaststroke isn’t far behind. With plenty of top competitors like Rachel Nicol, Kierra Smith, and Martha McCabe, Canada has the potential to send a very solid breaststroke group to Rio.
Richard Funk and Ashley McGregor had dominating wins in the 200 breaststroke on the first night of competition in Montreal and both followed that up with victories in the 100 breaststroke…
Hometown standout Katerine Savard and 17-year-old Danielle Hanus each had important victories to kick off the Speedo Canadian Eastern Open…
Texas A&M’s Ashley McGregor will delay her senior season, training instead in Canada to prepare for the Olympic Trials.
The last two seasons have seen a big group of talented names graduate out of Texas A&M’s roster, but the last two batches of incoming Aggies may just be outstanding enough to keep the team among the NCAA’s best.
The Texas A&M swimming and diving teams will open the 2015-16 season with a 2 p.m. dual meet against Southeastern Conference opponent Kentucky on Wednesday at the Lancaster Aquatic Center.
17-year-old Markus Thormeyer took the title in come-from-behind fashion with a time of 50.21 seconds, beating Pan Am Games teammate Stefan Milosevic, racing for UBC Dolphin Association.
The Canadian Swimming Championships, a high-echelon meet where Olympians compete side-by-side with promising swimmers with world-class potential, take place from Thursday through Sunday at the Pointe-Claire Aquatic Centre.
The Aggies, who compiled 5-0 in fall dual meets, take on the No. 11 Lady Volunteers and SMU in a 2 p.m. “double-dual” on Thursday and the Crimson Tide at 1 p.m. on Friday.
It is shaping up to be a run-away win for Stanford in the men’s competition, but the Cardinal women have some work to do Saturday night to catch Texas A&M.
Both Texas A&M teams lost a lot to graduation, but both return a solid nucleus around which to build for the future.
The final night of competition kicked off in Saskatoon tonight as the Canadian Nationals came to an end. The night…
David Sharpe and Noemie Thomas both qualified with top times going into the final night of the 2014 Canadian Championships…
Alec Page, who recently was removed from the Canadian Commonwealth Games and Pan Pac roster due to a doping violation, was able to shed some light in what must’ve been a tough turn of events for him with a win in the 400m IM here in Saskatoon. Page was a 4:20.11 here, slower than he was at trials.