Maggie MacNeil has collected her first-ever Olympic gold medal in the 100 butterfly in Canadian and Americas record fashion.
Australia’s Emma McKeon’s split a 51.35 100 free on the Australian relay to become the 5th-fastest relay performance of all time.
The Campbell sisters, Meg Harris, and Emma McKeon have collected the nation’s second straight relay gold in world record fashion.
After a trying 2021, Japan’s Daiya Seto will set the tone for the host nation on the opening night of competition in the men’s 400 IM.
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Australia has dominated this relay recently, setting world records in 2014, 2016 and 2018. But 2021 might be their best roster yet.
21-year old Rebecca Smith will swim for Canada later this month in Tokyo. After that, she’ll return home to Alberta to swim for the Calgary Dinos.
As the swimmers prepare for Tokyo, follow the Canadian Olympic Team on Twitter and Instagram which features MacNeil, Oleksiak, Sanchez, and Ruck.
Brent Hayden will make his fourth Olympic appearance in Tokyo after winning the men’s 50 freestyle at the Canadian Trials in Toronto.
Follow along here for live updates and analysis as racing gets underway on night 4 of the Canadian Olympic Swimming Trials.
Having already qualified to race the 200 freestyle in Tokyo, Oleksiak will be hoping to make her return to the Games in 100 freestyle.
Check out the race video from the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials where 14-year-old McIntosh booked a ticket to Tokyo with a world-class 1:56.9 200 free.
Kelsey Wog swam to victory in the 100 breast on night 2 of 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials to make her first-ever Olympic squad.
The 14-year-old McIntosh won the women’s 200 freestyle at the Canadian Olympic Trials to officially punch her ticket to the Tokyo Olympics.
Follow along here as Rebecca Smith, Kelsey Wog, Jeremy Bagshaw, and Gabe Mastromatteo, and many more try to punch their ticket to Tokyo.