Brent Hayden’s Olympic comeback at 37 years old might have cemented his true legacy in Canadian swimming on Monday morning.
9 years after winning Olympic bronze in the 100 freestyle, Brent Hayden continues to impress and has just helped his country to a new national record.
Kyle Chalmers split 46.44 on the end of the Australian 4×100 free relay to post the 5th-fastest relay split of all time.
After the women’s 400 free relay left the U.S. coaching staff with a deep calculus to make, the men’s 400 free relay will be straight-forward on Monday.
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While he injured his arm and didn’t race the A final, Yuri Kisil is not yet out of the running to race the 100 free in Tokyo.
Follow along here for live updates and analysis as racing gets underway on night 4 of the Canadian Olympic Swimming Trials.
After qualifying for the Olympic team in the 50 freestyle on night 3, Brent Hayden has decided not to swim the 100 freestyle final.
La squadra olimpica canadese si arricchisce dopo la conclusione del terzo giorno dei trials. Il recap delle finali e l’aggiornamento roster
Liendo and Hayden will race the 50 free together in Tokyo. Interestingly, Liendo was born a month after Hayden first raced internationally for Canada.
Day 3 finals at the 2021 Olympic Trials will feature the women’s and men’s 50 free and 200 IM, the women’s 800, and the men’s 1500.
Darragh has scratched from his 6th place position in the event, likely to prep for his 200 butterfly prelims swim tomorrow.
After qualifying for Tokyo in the 100 butterfly, Josh Liendo has now matched the 22.01 FINA A cut during the 50 freestyle prelims.
Kelsey Wog swam to victory in the 100 breast on night 2 of 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials to make her first-ever Olympic squad.
Without swimming in the final, Summer McIntosh may have nabbed a spot on the Canadian Olympic squad in the women’s 400 freestyle.