Olympic medalists Maggie MacNeil and Brent Hayden were honored by Aquatics Canada for their performances at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Ben Titley is this year’s winner for the Canadian Coach of the Year Swammy, which marks the fourth time in six years that he’s won the award.
Liendo had an incredible 2021, from breaking national records to making his first Olympic team, and then finishing things off with three medals at SC Worlds.
In a year where competition returned in full force, see who gets honored with our 2021 Swammy Awards.
Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.
Summer McIntosh got a picture with Penny Oleksiak at the 2016 Olympic Trials. Five years later, the two are Canadian Olympic teammates.
Penny Oleksiak won a silver medal in the 100 butterfly in Rio but 5 years later has decided not to enter in the event at Olympic Trials.
Maggie MacNeil nuota il tempo di 56.14 nei 100 metri farfalla femminili e si posiziona al secondo posto nel ranking mondiale stagionale
Titley notes that if you ever see Swim Canada at a Pro Swim in the US, they will do a full swim set after their racing session
Swimming Canada ha chiuso temporaneamente il suo High Performance Centre sito nell’ Ontario a causa di un test COVID-19 positivo
Some of Canada’s top swimmers, including Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck, train out of the centre.
Coming off a standout ISL season, Pickrem heads to Toronto to join the elite training group that includes Olympic medalists Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck.
Knox, a two-time World Juniors medalist, is one of seven to receive the award that gives young Canadian swimmers bursaries to aid in training costs.
Check out who has entered what hall of fame and earned which award during this special edition of our Beyond the Lane Lines series.
Ryan Mallette was previously the head coach of the HPC – Victoria, and will now head east to support Ben Titley in Toronto instead.