Kylie Masse will look to lower her Canadian Record once again tonight after a blistering 58.42 this morning in the women’s 100 back.
Katerine Savard carries the top seed in the women’s 200 free into day one of the Canadian Swimming Trials in Victoria, BC.
Kelsey Wog’s DQ in the 200 breast prelims has been overturned, as she now heads into the final seeded 3rd at 2:28.53.
At the 2016 Canada West Swimming Championships, Kelsey brought home three gold medals and one silver, and was awarded “Rookie of the meet” for the University of Manitoba Bisons where she swims under Vlastimil Cerny.
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson will look to hold off Kylie Masse in tonight’s 200 IM final.
Yuri Kisil and Evan van Moerkerke will have a showdown in the men’s 100 free final tonight after both clocking 48.3 this morning.
Kylie Masse will look to defend her 100 back title tonight and hunt down her Canadian Record of 56.02.
Kylie Masse will be on the hunt for her Canadian Record tonight in the 100 back after crushing the U Sport Championship Record this morning in 57.63.
Yuri Kisil leads a loaded field tonight in the men’s 200 free, including three of the four members of Canada’s 4×100 free relay in Rio.
Katerine Savard of the Universite de Montreal will make be the odds on favorite in both the women’s 200 free and 100 fly on day 1 at the 2017 U Sport Championships.
Canada has demonstrated clear, rapid development, rising to become one of the best swimming nations on the women’s side, and for it’s success this year is being named the recipient of the National Development Swammy Award.
Al fin, terminamos con la competencia de natación en el Campeonato Mundial Curso Corto de la FINA, en Windsor, Canadá.
UBC appears to be the top team in the Canada West conference for both men and women with the Canada West championships just over two-weeks away.
Olivia Anderson wins her second event taking the women’s 1500 freestyle on the final day of competition of the Canadian Swimming Championships…