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2024 Fran Crippen SMOC: Katie Grimes Opens First Night With 15:57.31 In 1500 Freestyle

The 2024 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions (SMOC) kicked off tonight in Mission Viejo with the 1500 freestyle and sprint relays on the schedule.


Calgary Boys Shatter Canadian 15-17 NAG Record In 400 Medley Relay At Alberta Provincials

The quartet of Nicholas Duncan, Paul Dardis, Aiden Norman and Laon Kim (pictured L-R) combined for a time of 3:45.99, cracking the previous record of 3:48.35.


2023 Swammy Awards: Canadian Coach of the Year – Carl Simonson

Simonson coached the likes of Lorne Wigginton, Laon Kim, Paul Dardis and several other age groupers to standout years in the pool at UCSC.


14-Year-Old Amelie Blocksidge Rips Another British Junior Record in SCM 800 Free (8:19.85)

Amelie Blocksidge won the 800 free by almost 10 seconds in 8:19.85, two seconds faster than her own British junior record (8:21.97) from earlier this month.


UCSC Boys Break Three Canadian 15-17 NAG Relay Records At OJI; ESWIM Girls Claim Two

The University of Calgary Swim Club broke three national relay age group records for 15-17 boys at the Ontario Junior International meet over the weekend.


Ella Jansen Wins Three Times, Laon Kim Adds Another 13-14 NAG Record To Close OJI

Ella Jansen won two more individual events and added a relay victory on Sunday to close out the 2022 Ontario Junior International meet in Toronto.

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Maxine Clark Lowers Provincial Record On Day 1 Of Edmonton Keyano International

The 14-year-old Clark clocked a time of 27.60 in the 50 butterfly, obliterating the Alberta Provincial Record by nearly a half-second.

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UCSC Boys Lower 15-17 400 Medley Relay NAG At Western Canadian Champs

The University of Calgary Swim Club had a standout showing in Edmonton, highlighted by a new Canadian NAG in the boys’ 15-17 400 medley relay.

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200 Medley Relay NAG Highlights Standout UCSC Showing At VPSC Winter Invite

Kaycee Cannings, Kamryn Cannings, Alicia L’Archeveque and Ella Varga (L-R) combined to break the Canadian NAG Record in the women’s 15-17 200 medley relay.