On the last night of the Mel Zajac Jr. International both Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson and Yuri Kisil, who will both be representing Canada at the Olympics this summer, took home a win.
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson and Markus Thormeyer both won multiple gold on Saturday night at the Mel Zajac Jr. International…
Canadian Olympic team members Kierra Smith and Yuri Kisil both picked up two wins on the first night of competition at the Mel Zajac Jr. International…
Lilly King (above) is making her move into long course after breaking the American Record in both the 100 and 200 yard breaststrokes in March.
Three-time NCAA Champion Brittany MacLean will lead a roster of 37 Canadians to their home Short Course World Championships in December.
Swimming Canada will send its Olympic 4×100 medley and 4×100 free relays to the Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte to conclude a weeklong “relay camp.”
Kierra Smith won both breaststroke races and punched her ticket to Rio after taking the year off from the University of Minnesota to pursue her Olympic dreams.
Kierra Smith qualified for the 2016 Canadian Olympic team in two individual events: the 100 and 200m breaststrokes and will also likely be taking the reign on Canada’s 4x100m medley relay.
Four more swimmers managed to earn a nomination for Canada’s Olympic team on night five, bringing the roster to a grand total of 25 with one day remaining.
Penny Oleksiak has emerged as one of the best young talents in the world this week after several top performances, but one performance that arguably tops them all is her 100m freestyle.
Penny Oleksiak will seek her third individual event for the Olympics tonight in the 100 free, coming into tonight as the top seed.
Sprint star Chantal van Landeghem will finally hit the water at these trials in the women’s 100 free heats.
Kierra Smith proved last night that she has 100 speed as well as 200 speed en route to a victory in the 100m breaststroke and punching in her ticket to the 2016 Olympic Games.
After barely missing out on earning a spot on the Olympic team early in the meet, both Katerine Savard and Kennedy Goss made the criteria to gain Olympic nomination for the Rio Games this summer.
MacLean threw down a 1:56.94 to break Genevieve Saumur’s Canadian record of 1:56.97 from the 2009 World Championships in Rome. MacLean’s performance makes her the only Canadian swimmer to dip under 1:57 following the end of the tech-suit era.