Audrey Lacroix was one of many Canadians swimming at Plantation Sectionals, winning the 200 fly on the final day.
2016 SOUTHERN ZONE SOUTH SECTONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Plantation, Florida March 10th-13th, 2016 Live results Saturday Finals results Team Standings after day 2…
Missy Franklin (above) was bested by her new training partner in the women’s 200 back final at the Plantation Sectionals on Friday night. The two teamed up to help the Colorado Stars win the 800 free relay.
After having her best in-season meet in three years at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Orlando, Missy Franklin will head south to Plantation for a Sectionals meet.
Plenty of Canada’s Olympic hopefuls will be heading to Montréal Thursday to compete at the 2016 Speedo Eastern Canadian Open.
Santo Condorelli is among the swimmers competing at Canadian Olympic and Para-Swimming Trials April 5-10. Tickets are now on sale.
Penny Oleksiak, who’s working her way to becoming one of the top sprinters in Canada, pushed her way to a 53.22 performance in the 100m freestyle.
Penny Oleksiak is on the rise to becoming one of the top butterfly and freestyle swimmers in Canada, breaking provincial and national age group records almost every time she dives in for a race.
Kelsey Wog broke her second national age group record of the competition en route to a strong victory in the girls 200m IM final.
A team comprised fully of coach Ben Titley’s High Performance Centre Ontario swimmers took a sizable chunk off the national record in the short course 4x100m freestyle relay.
Here (above) is Ross Murdoch swimming in a pool. But what if we told you he’s been doing some swimming OUTSIDE OF A POOL!?
Michael Andrew earned FINA male swimmer of the meet honors after winning 5 medals and swimming 25 races in the 6 day competition
Rikako Ikee of Japan won the women’s 100 fly in a new championship record of 58.28
Fresh off a silver medal performance in the 50m backstroke, Minna Atherton helped her Australian teammates to a gold medal and new junior world record in the 400m free relay to close out day 5
Canada snatched up four medals on day 3, shifting the standings in the medal table halfway through the 2015 FINA World Junior Championships.