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Three-time NCAA Champion Brittany MacLean will lead a roster of 37 Canadians to their home Short Course World Championships in December.
Ryan Cochrane secured his spot on the Canadian Olympic team that will compete in Rio this summer with a first place finish in both the 400 and 1500m freestyles.
Ryan Cochrane will look to qualify for the Olympics in the 1500 free for the third straight Games tonight.
Jeremy Bagshaw and the Canadian men tried to improve their 800 free relay ranking at the end of day 5 finals at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
Sprint star Chantal van Landeghem will finally hit the water at these trials in the women’s 100 free heats.
So far these Olympic Trials haven’t been going exactly according to plan for Ryan Cochrane despite the fact that he’s now set to represent Canada at his third Olympic Games.
After barely missing out on earning a spot on the Olympic team early in the meet, both Katerine Savard and Kennedy Goss made the criteria to gain Olympic nomination for the Rio Games this summer.
MacLean threw down a 1:56.94 to break Genevieve Saumur’s Canadian record of 1:56.97 from the 2009 World Championships in Rome. MacLean’s performance makes her the only Canadian swimmer to dip under 1:57 following the end of the tech-suit era.
15 year-old Taylor Ruck will look to make the Olympic team tonight in the 200 free as she comes in as the top seed from the prelims.
Canadian record holder Ryan Cochrane will compete in the men’s 400m free on day 3 at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
After an eighth place finish in the 200m freestyle to kick of the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials, Ryan Cochrane will be competing in one of his best events tomorrow in hopes of making his third Olympic team.
Santo Condorelli comes in as the favorite in both the 50 and 100m freestyle events.
Santo Condorelli is among the swimmers competing at Canadian Olympic and Para-Swimming Trials April 5-10. Tickets are now on sale.
Larkin and McKeon are two Aussies on fire in Melbourne.