Several swimmers posted provincial records on night 6 of the 2023 Canadian Swimming Age Group Championships, including Olympian Rachel Nicol.
The University of Calgary Swim Club took the lead after day 2 of the Canadian Summer National Championships, including a record-demolishing performance in the 400 free relay.
Maggie MacNeil was unable to compete on day one of the meet due to travel delays, but she’s now made it to Vancouver and is ready to race.
Summer McIntosh will be back in the water on Thursday as she tackles the women’s 200 IM at the Canadian Swimming Trials in Toronto.
After a breakout performance at Nationals in Montreal, 14-year-old Maxine Clark headlines Team Alberta at the 2022 Canada Summer Games.
Three of the top eight times in the Canadian boys’ 13-14 rankings were produced on Thursday in Montreal, led by Grand Prairie Piranha’s Oliver Dawson.
15-year old Will Browne, who trains in the US with Cavalier Aquatics, won the 14-15 age group in the 100 free at the Canadian Championships on Thursday.
15-year-old Will Browne was one of a few young stars during the first finals session of the meet. He dropped four seconds in the 200 IM to win the event.
Clark produced a time of 1:00.18, dropping her previous best by nearly a second while moving into #2 all-time in the Canadian 13-14 age group rankings.