Si apre oggi, venerdì 6 Ottobre 2017, presso la sala congressi del Collegio San Giuseppe, in via San Francesco da…
Penny Oleksiak will return to the Toronto Swim Club after two years at the High Performance Centre – Ontario.
Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, the first Canadian university accepted into the NCAA, has hired Mandi Smith as their new…
Canada will send two Olympic medalists, along with two other members of their senior World Championships team, to the 2017 World Junior Championships in August.
Canada announced a roster of 26 pool and 6 open water swimmers for the upcoming 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
It’s early in the year, but the Canadians already have four junior swimmers who are ranked first worldwide this season for 17&under females spanning across a total of eight events.
fter finishing second at the men’s 2016 NCAA Championships, Durden put five swimmers on the American men’s Olympic team, all of which went on to make an Olympic final.
Rebecca Smith has been one of the top age group talents in Canada over the last few years producing several age group national records under former coach Mandi Smith.
Ryan Mallette has been named the head coach of the Canadian team that will head to Windsor, Ontario this December…
Olympian Olivia Smoliga was a difference-maker in 2016, but the Bulldogs face a heightened NCAA challenge in 2017.
Canadian Olympic head coach Ben Titley discussed the state of the Canadian team with SwimSwam as they prepare for the Rio Olympic Games.
High Performance Centre – Ontario head coach Ben Titley will be leading the Canadian Olympic team for the first time this summer in Rio.
With a little bit more speed and some more improvement off the flying starts it’s likely they could get into the 3:33-high range come Rio which would make them one of the best teams worldwide.
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.
Swimmer’s and coaches will do whatever it takes to push performance to the next level. Whether that’s spending more hours in the pool or the weight room, or more time spent rigorously analyzing video footage of their strokes.