Young Canadian phenom Emily Overholt smashed the Canadian record in the women’s 400m IM final in order to take home her first major international medal of her career.
Canadian Santo Condorelli has emerged as the star of Canadian swimming
After an extremely eventful week in Toronto, we at Swimswam compiled a list explaining just why these Pan American Games were the best ever.
Josh Schneider’s 50m freestyle win added another gold to the United States’ total of 9 through four days of competition in Toronto.
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Canadians Caldwell and Bouchard (above) will try to set themselves up for another 1-2 finish in the 100 back; they are the top two seeds going into prelims tomorrow morning.
Brazilian Thiago Pereira missed a chance at Pan Ams history with his disqualification.
Team USA made some major moves in the medal standings, earning 4 golds during day 3 finals.
As things have been heating up all week here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, the tensions are high was we head into day three finals.
Brazilian Joanna Maranhão posted a new national record time of 4:38.07…
Canadian teen Emily Overholt was trending nationally on Twitter after winning 400 IM gold, and then getting disqualified.
All photos are courtesy of Chris Tanouye. To see more of his work vist www.ChrisTanouye.com
The women’s 200 free podium from tonight. Silver medalist Emily Overholt (left) is the top seed of the women’s 400 IM tomorrow.
Allison Schmitt has broken a legendary Sippy Woodhead Pan American Games Record in the 200 meter freestyle.
Countries like Brazil and the United States are powerhouses when it comes to swimming, but at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Team Canada looks as though they have plenty of potential to top the medal table.