Ryan Cochrane

Swimming Canada’s Brad Dingey Appointed As Singapore NTC Head Coach

The Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) has finally revealed who has taken over the position of National Training Centre (NTC) head coach.

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2022 Commonwealth Games Previews: Winnington, Jervis Highlight Men’s Distance Free

After winning World Championship gold in the 400 free in June, Australia’s Elijah Winnington is poised to add the Commonwealth title to his resume.

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Americans And Oleksiak Break All-Time Medal Records (Day 8 North America Recap)

The Americans won the most medals by a nation at any World Championships in history and Oleksiak became the most decorated Canadian World Champs swimmer.

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Liendo Makes Canadian History With 3rd World Champs Medal (Day 7 N. America Recap)

After winning his 3rd medal on day 7, Josh Liendo has won the most medals of any Canadian man at a single World Championships.

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Dopo 10 Anni Ben Titley Lascia Il Canada-Allenerà La Nazionale Spagnola

Ben Titley, dopo 10 anni alla guida del centro ad alte prestazioni del Canada (10 medaglie olimpiche), si trasferisce in Spagna

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Ben Titley To Take Over As Head Coach Of Sant Cugat NTC In Barcelona

Following 10 years of coaching in Canada, Ben Titley will make the move to Spain’s National Training Center in Barcelona.

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Joshua Liendo Re-Breaks Canadian Record in 50 Free

Canada’s Joshua Liendo dropped a massive Canadian Record of 20.76 to take bronze in the men’s 50 free final in Abu Dhabi.

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Epic Swims: Paltrinieri Wins Gold in the 1500m Freestyle at Kazan, 2015

Gregorio Paltrinieri won his first world title in the 1500m freestyle at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia, in a final that was without Sun Yang.

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2019 Swammy Awards: Canadian Male Swimmer of the Year — Markus Thormeyer

Markus Thormeyer wins Canadian Male Swimmer of the Year for the second straight time after a stellar 2019 that included National Records and a Worlds final.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Hall Of Fame Inductees & Tokyo Social Media Warning

In this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, Corrie Scott & Ryan Cochrane receive Hall of Fame honors, while Tokyo 2020 has specific instructions pertaining to posting Olympic material on social media.

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Former National Team Coach Bennett Enters Circle of Excellence

Courtesy: Swimming Canada In a career cut short by cancer, Randy Bennett coached Olympic, world championship and Commonwealth Games medalists….

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Technology in Swimming Part II

While technology is extremely important to the advancement and progress of swimming, we need to be very careful about how we use this new information.

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Follow The 2018 Canadian Pan Pacs Team On Social Media

Follow the 2018 Canadian Pan Pacific Championship team on Twitter and Instagram.

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2016 Olympic Medalist Hilary Caldwell Announces Retirement

2016 Olympic medalist Hilary Caldwell has announced her retirement from swimming.

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Cate Campbell 51s00 lancée, l’Australie bat le record mondial du 4 fois 100 mètres

Le record a été battu essentiellement grâce un de ces parcours phénomènes qu’une « énorme » Cate Campbell réalisa, lancée comme dernière relayeuse, en 51s00.

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