Canadian Olympian Brent Hayden made his long-awaited comeback at the 2020 Cascade Trans Mountain Festival in Calgary, Alberta.
After nearly 8 years removed from racing, Canadian record holder Brent Hayden is ready to rock at this weekend’s Western Trans Mountain Festival.
Brent Hayden, medaglia di bronzo alle Olimpiadi di Londra del 2012 nei 100m stile libero, ritornerà a gareggiare a Marzo dopo 7 anni
Canadian Olympic medalist Brent Hayden is eyeing his return, possibly diving in at the Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, Iowa.
This year’s Swammy Award for Canadian Coach of the Year goes to Tom Johnson of the High Performance Centre, Vancouver.
Brent Hayden, 2012 Olympic bronze medalist in the 100 freestyle, has announced his return to the sport competitively with a focus on making it to Tokyo.
16-year-old Joshua Liendo broke the Canadian 15-17 Age Group Record that had stood since 2009 in the men’s 50 freestyle in Toronto.
Life after competing is one of the toughest transitions an athlete will ever have to make. Brent Hayden has not only found a new passion to commit to, but he is also inspiring others achieve their goals through his experiences.
Olympians Brent Hayden, Daiya Seto, Dawn Fraser, Amanda Weir and Joseph Schooling all have stories rolled up into this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Canadian coach Tom Johnson will be inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame.
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Filippo Magnini abandonne la natation. Alors qu’il venait de gagner le bronze du 200 mètres nage libre des championnats d’Italie en petit bassin, le champion du monde du 100 mètres nage libre de 2005, à Montréal, a simplement déclaré aux journalistes éberlués qui l’écoutaient, micros tendus, dans la tribune de presse, qu’il avait choisi de s’en aller sur une note heureuse.
Kylie Masse won the first Canadian gold medal at the FINA World Aquatics Championships since 2007.
A few members of the Canadian World Championship team spoke to the media on Thursday, and the women sounded very confident heading into Budapest.
Rachel Nicol threw down a 30.84 PB in the 50 breast to move into 9th in the world at the Mel Zajac Jr. International in Vancouver.