Follow along live with day 1 finals of the Canadian Olympic Trials as swimmers take to the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 400 freestyle.
From up-and-coming juniors to a returning 2012 Olympic medalist, here are 4 storylines to watch at the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials.
Kelsey Wog (above), Markus Thormeyer, and Emily Overholt will all be chasing at their 4th individual wins on Saturday.
After winning two individual gold medals on day one, Victoria’s Danielle Hanus enters day two finals with the top seed in two more events.
Katrina Bellio of Etobicoke won her third individual gold medal of the 2019 Canadian Championships in Winnipeg, topping the women’s 1500 free field.
Jade Hannah completed a sweep of the women’s backstroke events on day three of the 2019 Canadian Championships in Winnipeg.
Jade Hannah of Island Swimming was victorious in the women’s 200 back on night one of the Canadian Swimming Championships in Winnipeg.
17-year-old Luca Urlando won two events on Day 1 of the Mel Zajac Jr. International Meet, emerging victorious in both the 200 free and 50 fly.
Sydney Pickrem comes into the final night of the 2019 Canadian Trials looking for her third victory in the women’s 200 IM.
Kylie Masse will look to complete her fourth consecutive backstroke sweep on the final night of the U SPORTS Championships in Vancouver.
Rebecca Smith will look for her first Canadian University title tonight in the women’s 100 fly.
Coming off a strong 2017-18 campaign, the University of Calgary Dinos swim team will bring nine new swimmers into the fold next season.
American Ashley Twichell earned her 4th Midmar Mile title over the weekend.
Six young athletes are in South Africa for a two-week Race Train Race Tour as part of Swimming Canada’s strategy to develop a culture of distance swimming in Canada.