Linda Kiefer and Mike Thompson both led their swimmers to success on the international stage as they were named Swimming Canada’s 2019 Coaches of the Year.
Jean-Michel Lavalliere, who holds nine Canadian records in his category and two more in relays – more than any other Canadian swimmer – leaves swimming as he has lived: head held high with no regrets.
Swimming Canada has announced the hiring of Mike Edey as the new assistant coach at the High Performance Centre – Quebec.
Real-time data in a coach’s hand is a powerful tool that will allow coaches to optimize each swimmer’s training program.
The Oakville Aquatic Club, one of the best age group programs in Canada, has hired a new sprint coach.
For the 2nd night, Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson was the story of the night at the 2012 Canada Cup (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Alia Atkinson broke the Canada Cup and Jamaican Records on day 1 of the two-day Canada Cup meet. (Photo Courtesy: Mike Thompson)
Ben Titley chats with Mike Thompson about his new role as the head of Toronto’s National Training Center.
Matthew Fox of HHBF after winning silver in the 14-year old boys’ 50 backstroke. (Photo Courtesy: Mike Thompson)
The brothers Matthew and Jeffrey Swanston after the 200 back final where they took gold and silver, respectively. (Photo Courtesy: Craig Maitland)