Brent Hayden’s Olympic comeback at 37 years old might have cemented his true legacy in Canadian swimming on Monday morning.
After the women’s 400 free relay left the U.S. coaching staff with a deep calculus to make, the men’s 400 free relay will be straight-forward on Monday.
Countries are beginning group training as Tokyo draws near. Some are training together in their home country while others are getting to know the Tokyo pool.
Sri Lankan National Record holders Matthew Abeysinghe and Aniqah Gaffoor will compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, pending FINA’s approval on July 1st.
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.
While he injured his arm and didn’t race the A final, Yuri Kisil is not yet out of the running to race the 100 free in Tokyo.
Follow along here for live updates and analysis as racing gets underway on night 4 of the Canadian Olympic Swimming Trials.
After qualifying for the Olympic team in the 50 freestyle on night 3, Brent Hayden has decided not to swim the 100 freestyle final.
Kelsey Wog swam to victory in the 100 breast on night 2 of 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials to make her first-ever Olympic squad.
Follow along here as Rebecca Smith, Kelsey Wog, Jeremy Bagshaw, and Gabe Mastromatteo, and many more try to punch their ticket to Tokyo.
Knox took the record from 2008 Olympian Keith Beavers who previously held the mark at 1:59.19 which he set during the heats in Beijing.
The Canadian 400 free relay got a little stronger on Friday when 3 out of 5 possible relay members when lifetime bests in Toronto.
Mack Horton and the Australians lead the pack as the Aussies will be looking for their first gold in the 800 free relay since 2000