Canada has named Mary C. Lyne to their Board of Directors.
Swimming Canada has announced the grand prize winners for their 2018 Swim-A-Thon campaign.
Canada’s Katerine Savard has been forced to withdraw from next month’s Commonwealth Games due to health reasons.
Philippe Guertin is retiring after a turbulent year in his relationship with Swimming Canada and its open water head coach, Mark Perry.
Swimming Canada has announced the hiring of Mike Edey as the new assistant coach at the High Performance Centre – Quebec.
Taylor Ruck will be in Toronto for the inaugural RBC Canadian Junior Championships.
Katerine Savard of the Universite de Montreal will make be the odds on favorite in both the women’s 200 free and 100 fly on day 1 at the 2017 U Sport Championships.
Swimming Canada just released a statement on behalf of themselves, Masters Swimming Canada, and Swim Ontario on how they’re going to allow masters swimmers to participate in sanctioned provincial, national, and international competitions.
Penny Oleksiak was identified as a potential podium earner when she was just 14 years old.
Matt Bell was sentenced to seven months in jail, two years of probation, and will be on the national sex offender registry for life for the sexual exploitation of a former teenage athlete
Former owner of Ajax Swimming, Matt Bell, was sentenced to seven months in jail for the sexual exploitation of a former teenage athlete.
Coming on the heels of their monstrous performance at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Swimming Canada has released their “On Track Times” to identify up-and-coming talent for 2020.
Genevieve Cantin comes into tonight’s final as the top seed in the women’s 200 back.
As part of their new Competition Framework, Swimming Canada will be removing all short course qualifying times from national competitions.
Swimming Canada plans to make many changes starting in 2017, including removing stroke 50m races from all competitions.