Michael Andrew is the obvious choice to swim breast on the men’s 400 medley relay, but could the U.S. go off the board with Nic Fink?
The 3-swimmer addition makes DC Trident the second team to announce post-draft signees for their 2021 roster after the Cali Condors.
We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
As the swimmers prepare for Tokyo, follow the Canadian Olympic Team on Twitter and Instagram which features MacNeil, Oleksiak, Sanchez, and Ruck.
Brent Hayden will make his fourth Olympic appearance in Tokyo after winning the men’s 50 freestyle at the Canadian Trials in Toronto.
Tonight’s 5th of 5 final sessions at Olympic Trials will feature the 400 IM, 200 back, women’s 1500 freestyle, and men’s 800 freestyle.
On the final day of racing at the Canadian Trials, Cole Pratt and Taylor Ruck will have a shot at adding the 200 backstroke to their 2020 Olympic program.
Day 3 finals at the 2021 Olympic Trials will feature the women’s and men’s 50 free and 200 IM, the women’s 800, and the men’s 1500.
Wog placed 2nd in the women’s 200 IM prelims at the Canadian Olympic Trials behind pre-selected 2019 World medalist Sydney Pickrem.
Kelsey Wog swam to victory in the 100 breast on night 2 of 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials to make her first-ever Olympic squad.
Ruck, the 2018 Commonwealth and Pan Pacific champion in the women’s 200 freestyle, placed 12th in the heats in a time of 2:01.06.
Without swimming in the final, Summer McIntosh may have nabbed a spot on the Canadian Olympic squad in the women’s 400 freestyle.
Follow along live with day 1 finals of the Canadian Olympic Trials as swimmers take to the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 400 freestyle.
During the second prelims session of day 1, Kylie Masse made a statement with the #4 ranked 100 back in the world this season.
Maggie Macneil, the 4th fastest 100-meter butterflier in the world this season, will race the 100 fly at the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials Saturday morning.