The Varsity Blues’ breaststroker is the first swimmer to win the award since 2020 and the first male swimmer since 2002.
Mastromatteo obliterated the U SPORTS Record by nearly a full second in 27.53 as he neared the Canadian Record of 27.53 that has been on the books since 2009.
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Two-time Olympian Scott Dickens describes how seeing his real-time heart rate last year transformed and enhanced his training.
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With eight years between his two Olympic Games, Scott Dickens learned a lot. Now Dickens is ready to share his top tips to improve your swimming in 2020.
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Canada’s reigning champs, the UBC Thunderbirds, have adopted FORM Swim Goggles with smart display which allow swimmers to see their metrics in the moment.
Canada’s Gabe Mastromatteo lowered his own Canadian age record below 1:01 in the 100 breast during semifinals of the 100 breast at World Juniors this evening.
Swim goggles. Doesn’t it seem like they’re missing something? Coming August 7th from FORM. Has the holy grail in swimming tech arrived?
Rachel Nicol threw down a 30.84 PB in the 50 breast to move into 9th in the world at the Mel Zajac Jr. International in Vancouver.
Richard Funk delivered a time of 1:00.03 in the men’s 100 breast to qualify for the World Championship team.
Penny Oleksiak will have her first opportunity to book a ticket to Budapest tonight in the women’s 100 free final.
Brittany Maclean of Etobicoke will look to make the Olympic team for the second straight time tonight in the 400 free after dominating the prelims.
Richard Funk comes into the Olympic Trials as the favorite in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke events.
‘’I’m going to miss my teammates the most,’’ said Dickens, who also competed at two Commonwealth Games, two Pan Am Games and three FINA World Championships.
Tom Johnson, the coach of Brent Hayden (above), is one of two nominees for Men’s Coach of the Year in Canada. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPIctures.com)