Sandrine Mainville doubled up on day 2 of the U SPORTS Championships, winning both the 50 free and 50 fly.
Kylie Masse won two individual events on day 1 of the U SPORTS Championships.
Kylie Masse will look to defend her 100 back title tonight and hunt down her Canadian Record of 56.02.
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.
Richard Funk posted the top time of the morning in the men’s 50 breast in 28.17.
Santo Condorelli will look for redemption today in the 50 free after being disqualified in the 100 fly yesterday.
Psych Sheets Released For The Mel Zejac International – Kevin Cordes And Noemie Thomas Set Up For Sweeps
Cordes is entered in the three breaststroke events and is the top seed in all of them. He’s favoured to win at the meet, and will have the chance to down some of the meet records. All three breaststroke records are held by Canadian Olympian Scott Dickens.
The Canadian Pan American Games and World Championship trials started this morning in Toronto…
The UBC men cleaned up the men’s 100m freestyle final with a 1-2-3 podium sweep led by up-and-coming sprinter Yuri Kisil. Kisil rocketed to a 48.73 to win the event followed by Stefan Milosevic who touched in at 49.58. Luke Peddie came in fast as well throwing down a 49.94. The three leaders were the only ones under the 50 second barrier, pointing the UBC 4x100m freestyle relay in a very good direction.
Missy Franklin has been nothing but spectacular this weekend at the Mel Zajac International and she continued to impress by…
The fastest heats in the men’s 1500m freestyle final and women’s 800m freestyle final will be swum tonight. Ryan Cochrane is the undisputed favourite in the 1500m free, Brittany MacLean in the 800.
Richard Funk won his 2nd-straight long course 100 breaststroke national title on Thursday evening.
The University of Toronto will play host to two swim meets this weekend, with the one-day University Challenge Cup setting…
The Canadian team has truly outdone themselves on the Twittersphere since the Olympic games. Now every swimmer on the women’s roster has Twitter account along with only two missing on the men’s side…impressive. (Image courtesy of Swimming Canada)
Ryan Lochte of the Gator Swim Club in the United States took Canada by storm in Friday’s prelims session. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)