Swimming Canada has cancelled one trials event and has announced a target date for another.
Swimming Canada is pleased to announce that TritonWear is partnering with the organization as the Official Training Technology of Swimming Canada.
Canadian Maggie MacNeil shocked Sarah Sjostrom to win gold in the women’s 100 fly, becoming the #2 performer of all-time in 55.83.
A pair of 52-second splits in the women’s 400 free relay signal a return to top form for Penny Oleksiak, who helped Canada win bronze on day 1 in Gwangju.
The city of Manchester, England, will host Canadian swimmers in a staging camp prior to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Today TritonWear releases the Triton 2, its fully re-invented hardware, along with re-designed software and a new set of AI-based auto-coaching tools.
Natation Canada a annoncé que les Essais olympiques et paralympiques canadiens de natation se tiendront au Centre panaméricain de Toronto…
The clinic provided insight into training of some of the world’s best swimmers. Featured above: Peter Andrew, father and coach of Michael Andrew.
Penny Oleksiak has withdrawn from the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.
Sarah Fournier secured her spot on Canada’s Pan Pac team with a win in the 50 free on day 4.
Canada will be using their upcoming Trials as the sole means of qualification for the Pan Pacific Championships.
Five Canadian coaches will have an opportunity to develop their skills as apprentice national team coaches thanks to a partnership between Swimming Canada and the Canadian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association.
2016 Olympic medalist Hilary Caldwell has announced her retirement from swimming.
John Atkinson, high performance director, Swimming Canada: “We’re always looking for innovative ways to help our athletes and coaches improve, and this project with TritonWear is definitely a part of that overall plan.”
Swimming Canada is expanding its Paralympic program staff with the hiring of Michel Berube as the new NextGen & Pathways…