The UBC women rank #1 on the heels of their Canada West Championship title last month in Calgary, with defending U SPORTS champion Toronto sitting 2nd.
Calgary’s Stephen Calkins (pictured) won three individual events and added a pair of relay titles at the 2023 Canada West Championships.
Laon Kim and Sienna Rodgers, both 15 years old, set Alberta Provincial Age Group Short Course Records in the 50 free and 50 back, respectively.
UBC’s O’Croinin swept the women’s 50, 100, 200 and 400 free while also leading the Thunderbirds to two new Provincial relay records.
MacNeil will race the 50 free, 100 free, 50 fly and 100 fly this weekend in Vancouver, continuing to fine-tune things prior to the World Championships.
Only one night of racing is left at the 2023 Canadian Trials. Tune in now to watch how the fast week of racing will end!
Gabe Mastromatteo of the University of Toronto broke his 2nd U Sports record in two nights on Friday at the Canadian U Sports Championships.
The Calgary Dinos men’s team pose after winning their 21st Can West conference title earlier this season.
Pan Am medalist Danielle Hanus is among the 11 swimmers currently training out of HPC–Vancouver under new coach Scott Talbot.
This is the final day of racing in Knoxville, with today’s events including the 200 IM, 200 back, 50 breast, 100 free, and 1500.
Lethbridge’s Apollo Hess shaved .02 seconds off his own Canadian Record in the 50 meter breaststroke (short course) at the Canada West Championships.
Kim reset the Canadian Age Group Records in three events on the weekend, including shattering a 33-year-old mark by more than four seconds in the 400 free.