Two-time Canadian Olympian Sydney Pickrem will co-chair the 10-member council along with 2019 Parapan American Games medalist Patrick Waters.
17 of the selected swimmers are returnees from the 2019 Para Worlds, including superstar Aurélie Rivard who claimed two gold and five total medals in London.
The 2022 Canadian Trials kick off this morning in Victoria, on the west coast of the country.
2016 medalist Tess Routliffe was forced to withdraw from the team due to injury, resulting in the addition of her HPC – Quebec teammate Danielle Kisser.
Swimming Canada’s HPC Quebec has set a tentative July 4 date for restarting its swimming training group, including several top Paralympians.
Swim Canada finished at 2019 World Para Swimming Championships with 14 medals, following disappointment of pulling out of the 2017 meet due to an earthquake.
New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe took down the 50 free, 100 free and 200 IM records over the course of three days in Singapore.
Emily Overholt comes in as the favorite in the women’s 400 free final on night three in Toronto.
Après des Essais canadiens concluants, le Canada enverra 50 de ses meilleurs nageurs aux prochains Championnats pan-pacifiques.
Courtesy: Swimming Canada BERLIN – Aurélie Rivard of Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre – Quebec lowered her world record twice…
2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES Thursday, April 5th – Tuesday, April 10th (swimming) Optus Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast, Australia Prelims at 10:30am…
Swimming Canada is nominating 11 Para-swimmers to its 2018 Commonwealth Games team, which will be the largest integrated team in Canadian swimming history.
Canada announced their roster for the 2016 Paralympic Games at the end of the last finals session at the Olympic & Paralympic Trials.
Aurelie Rivard swam a world record in the S10 100-meter freestyle to win a record sixth gold medal Friday night as Canada’s Para-swimming team wrapped up its most successful Parapan Ams ever.
Routliffe won the S7 women’s 100-meter backstroke Saturday morning while teammate Sarah Mehain come second in an exciting neck-and-neck battle.