Hau-Li Fan, Eric Hedlin and Laila Oravsky will compete at the Open Water Swimming World Cup in Funchal, Portugal, on Saturday.
After missing this year’s World Championship team with an injury, Taylor Ruck is scheduled to race for Canada in Doha in 2024.
Barrie Trojans’ Laila Oravsky, 16, dominated the women’s 10 km event to book her ticket to the 2024 World Championships in Doha.
Although he’s already qualified to represent Canada in the pool, Ilya Kharun will be vying for a spot in open water at this summer’s World Championships.
Pan Am medalist Danielle Hanus is among the 11 swimmers currently training out of HPC–Vancouver under new coach Scott Talbot.
Two-time Canadian Olympian Sydney Pickrem will co-chair the 10-member council along with 2019 Parapan American Games medalist Patrick Waters.
A total of 32 swimmers were selected to represent Team Canada at the 2022 FINA World Championships in Budapest this summer.
Next up, Mabel Zavaros, the #5 seed in the women’s 1500 free coming into the meet, will not be racing the event today.
Wilby takes over in the interim in place of former head coach Brad Dingey.
Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.
Swimming Canada has announced that it has canceled the open water qualifiers for the FINA World Championships next year.
The top 10 men’s and women’s finishers from the 2019 World Championships earned spots, while the other 15 were selected from last weekend’s race in Portugal.
Brent Hayden will make his fourth Olympic appearance in Tokyo after winning the men’s 50 freestyle at the Canadian Trials in Toronto.
With no formal qualifier event, Canada established a selection committee to choose the country’s entrants for the last-chance Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier in the open water 10km race. (Above, Eric Hedlin).
Swimming Canada has cancelled one trials event and has announced a target date for another.