The High Performance Centre training groups from Toronto and Vancouver have come together for a two-week training camp in Fort Lauderdale.
Oleksiak is in Knoxville training, but has made the decision alongside her coach not to compete at the first Pro Swim Series stop of the year.
McIntosh had a phenomenal 2022 that included winning four medals at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest and setting multiple World Junior Records.
Katie Ledecky and Summer McIntosh were two of the biggest stars of 2022 in the pool.
Mallette guided some of Canada’s top performers this summer, and then led names such as Javier Acevedo and Ella Jansen to breakouts later in the year.
Novak will join the High Performance Centre – Ontario staff in November after wrapping up his duties as the head coach of Etobicoke Swim Club.
Kharun was removed from the U.S. Junior Pan Pacific Championship team after USA Swimming learned that he was not an American citizen.
Recently hired HPC-Ontario head coach Ryan Mallette discussed his new job, Canada’s performance at the World Championships, and choosing event lineups.
Mallette has served as in the interim head coach since March after the departure of Ben Titley.
“I have decided this is the best option long-term to prepare for the 2023 season and into Paris 2024,” Oleksiak said.
Maggie MacNeil, the defending Olympic and World Champion in the 100 fly, is on kicking-only duty for at least the next few weeks.
Ben Titley, the Swimming Canada Coach of the Year in 2021, is no longer the head coach of the High Performance Center in Toronto, Ontario.
Tennessee commit Regan Rathwell and USC commit Ashley McMillan will join a talented group of veterans at the High Performance Centre – Ontario in Toronto.
Coming off a standout ISL season, Pickrem heads to Toronto to join the elite training group that includes Olympic medalists Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck.
Ryan Mallette was previously the head coach of the HPC – Victoria, and will now head east to support Ben Titley in Toronto instead.