The women’s 50m fly displayed one of Canada’s top swimmers over the last few years: flyer Noemie Thomas. Thomas came into the meet as the top seed and the fastest Canadian swimmer in this event after posting a 26.33 at Mare Nostrum. The future Golden Bear swam a time of 26.23 tonight to better that time and move her up in the world rankings from 15th to 13th.
Noemie Thomas qualified with the fastest time in the 50 butterfly and will have with a shot at a Canadian record this evening…
While the entirety of the swimming community focused on the action in Santa Clara this weekend, fast swimming was happening…
Katerine Savard broke her own Canadian record winning the women’s 100 butterfly in a time of 57.27, the second fastest time done in the world this year…
The women’s 200m backstroke final should be a quick one as there’s a lot of depth in that field. Taking the top spot was Hilary Caldwell who swam a 2:10.82.
2014 CANADIAN TRIALS April 2-5 in Victoria, British Columbia Live results Live stream of the meet available here Pan Pacs…
Canadian record-holder Katherine Savard is the top seed in the women’s 50 fly, just ahead of rising youngster Noemie Thomas.
Leave it to the University of Georgia Diving Coach Dan Laak to do a graceful victory celebration dive at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.
The marquee matchup pits American record-holder Emma Reaney of Notre Dame against the woman whose record she broke just a few weeks ago, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson. But a tough field should make this more than a 2-horse race.
Melanie Margalis is already a star for those who follow the NCAA closely. On Wednesday, she has a chance to stamp her name upon a wider audience if she can beat the Olympian Beisel in the 200 IM.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean took the first top seed out of Wednesday’s preliminary session in Georgia.
Texas A&M’s Paige Miller won a pair of individual events on Friday, including the 100 backstroke in 53.90.
TCU’s Sebastien Arispe and Tyler Crosson used rock-paper-scissors to decide the outcome of a swim-off.
Breeja Larson just missed breaking a minute in the 100 breaststroke on Saturday in Nashville.
Three Island Swimmers go under world best in the 1500 freestyle on the final day of Canadian World Championship Trials
The final night of the Canadian World Championship Trials started out with an amazing race in the women’s 800 freestyle….