After winning his 3rd medal on day 7, Josh Liendo has won the most medals of any Canadian man at a single World Championships.
Lyne, who joined the board in 2018, had been serving as vice-president since June, when then-President Cheryl Gibson stepped down to join the FINA Bureau.
Swimming Canada has named Dean Crawford as its new president as Cheryl Gibson takes on a new challenge at the FINA Bureau.
The province of Ontario is expected to be under a stay-at-home order through May 20, with the Canadian Olympic Trials scheduled for May 24-28 in Toronto.
Canadian swimmers won’t attend either the World Junior Swimming Championships or the World Junior Open Water Championships.
Cheryl Gibson, a 1976 Olympic silver medalist in the women’s 400 IM, has been put forth as Canada’s nominee to the FINA Bureau.
Campionati Pan-Pacifici del 2022 rinviati al 2026. L’ultimo evento internazionale in ordine di tempo a subire gli effetti della pandemia COVID-19
With the FINA World Championships and Commonwealth Games both scheduled in 2022, the Pan Pacific Championships have been delayed until 2026.
Olympic qualifier Paula Kelly who was months away from her Olympic debut at Moscow 1980 when Canada boycotted the Games shared her thoughts on Tokyo 2020.
Sydney Pickrem became the first Canadian woman to win three individual medals at the LC World Championships with her bronze in the 200 breast.
Canada has named Mary C. Lyne to their Board of Directors.
Canada will host the 2022 Pan Pacific Championships, though they haven’t announced in which city yet.
One of Canada’s most accomplished and respected Olympic coaches, Danièle Sauvageau, will bring her leadership and vision to Swimming Canada’s Board of Directors.