Mark Tewksbury

Deryk Snelling, One of Canada’s Most Legendary Swim Coaches, Dies

Deryk Snelling was on the Canadian Olympic coaching staff for 7 consecutive Games. He also coached 1992 Olympic gold medalist Mark Tewksbury.


Swimming’s TopTenTweets: Efimova Does The Turkey Dance

Back with another edition of Top Ten Tweets!


Tewksbury To Mentor Top Young Males At Trinidad Camp

A group of 16 male swimmers and four coaches are on their way to the Trinidad National Aquatic Centre for an important development opportunity geared towards building Swimming Canada’s next great men’s team.

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Oleksiak Wins Canada’s First Gold Medal in Rio

16 year old Penny Oleksiak has become Canada’s first gold medalist of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games…


Canadian Women Poised to End Twenty Year Olympic Medal Drought

Brittany MacLean leads a group that can change it all


Shouts From the Stands: Changing Lanes

Matt Pariselli explores the tough transition to life beyond swimming

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5 Things I Will Remember About Victor Davis

Today would have been Victor Davis’ 51st birthday…


Firby, Snelling and Thierry Become the First Inductees Into the CSCTA Hall of Fame

Tonight marked the creation of the Canadian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association Hall of Fame. The inaugural inductees were announced…

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RBC Insurance announces multi-year partnership with Swimming Canada

To raise awareness about the importance of swimming as a lifelong skill, Swimming Canada and RBC Insurance announced a new multi-year partnership Tuesday…

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Olympians Tewksbury and McCabe kick off program to teach 70,000 kids to swim

RBC Insurance partners with Swimming Canada to ensure more than 700,000 Canadian children can swim 25 metres to safety.

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