Swimming Canada told athletes that they are hoping to keep the Trials in Toronto, but are exploring other options, including internationally.
Ralph Lauren ha svelato l’Outfit pensato per il team USA per le cerimonie di apertura e chiusura delle Olimpiadi. Canada in jeans
Mounting cases of COVID-19 in Ontario have caused a potential 4-week lockdown just a month and a half before Olympic Trials is set to begin.
Our analysis on the 2019 World Championships finals will tackle the women’s 100m backstroke final today. It is time to study
Studiare il nuoto. Nella nostra rubrica a cura di Stefano Nurra oggi si analizza la finale dei 100 metri dorso donne ai Mondiali 2019
Katinka Hosszu is one of the greatest swimmers of her generation, or any generation, but the last year has left doubts about her Tokyo future.
With a few months away from their Olympic Trials, we take a look here at how many Canadians have hit the FINA A in the three most recent swim season.
Este es el primer equipo olímpico para MacNeil (fotografiada), mientras que será la segunda aparición de los otros cinco, que estuvieron presentes en Río.
Swimming Canada nomina 6 atleti per i Giochi e sposta i Trials. Cambia anche la procedura di qualificazione che non si baserà sui tempi
Kylie Masse has been nominated in the women’s 100 & 200 backstroke, along with Maggie MacNeil, Penny Oleksiak, Taylor Ruck, Sydney Pickrem & Markus Thormeyer.
Swimming Canada interrompe l’invio degli inviti ai Trials, le condizioni legate alla pandemia non assicurano lo svolgimento della gara
Jade Hannah describes what swimming consistently with the likes of Penny Oleksiak, Kylie Masse, and more has done for her maturity as an athlete.
Bilquist’s shoulder pain started before she left for the 2020 International Swimming League. After recovery, she plans to continue training for Olympic Trials
Half of voters predicted that exactly two women would break 58 seconds in the 100 backstroke final at next summer’s Tokyo Olympics.
The 2020 Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award goes to Canadian Olympian and World Championship medalist Sydney Pickrem.