Penny Oleksiak will return to the Toronto Swim Club after two years at the High Performance Centre – Ontario.
Taylor Ruck will be in Toronto for the inaugural RBC Canadian Junior Championships.
Swimming Canada has announced its largest ever Select Coaches Group, as 12 Canadian coaches will participate in the annual development…
A few members of the Canadian World Championship team spoke to the media on Thursday, and the women sounded very confident heading into Budapest.
Open water/distance coach Mark Perry’s addition to Swimming Canada is part of John Atkinson’s plan to expand Canada’s medal potential.
Swimming Canada has put forth a strategy to improve the men’s team after the recent success of the women.
Canada’s top female distance swimmer is calling it a career. Brittany MacLean spanned two generations of Canadian swimming and earned…
Coming on the heels of their monstrous performance at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Swimming Canada has released their “On Track Times” to identify up-and-coming talent for 2020.
Brittany MacLean leads a group that can change it all
Swimming Canada announced today that they would be establishing a training base in the Wakayama Prefecture in Japan.
Swimming Canada High Performance Director John Atkinson recently attended the Canadian Swimming Congress where he had a chance to share his vision with coaches from across the country.
“This team is having great exposure and opportunity at the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs, and will be the backbone of Canadian teams for the next six years,” said John Atkinson, Swimming Canada high performance director.
Swimming Canada has launched its Female Endurance/Distance Swimming Program with the objective to develop contenders in the longer distance pool events for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
‘’The talent in our Canadian swimming coaches ranks is critical to our continued success on the international stage and developing our talented Canadian athletes,’’ said Swimming Canada High Performance Director John Atkinson.