University of Toronto

Osvald Nitski Named Top-8 USport Academic All-Canadian

Third-year University of Toronto Varsity Blues swimming standout Osvald Nitski has been honoured as U SPORTS proudly announced the student-athletes selected as Top 8 Academic All-Canadians for the 2016-17 season on Thursday afternoon.

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Manuella Lyrio to Train with Kylie Masse in Canada

Manuella Lyrio is leaving Brazil to train at the University of Toronto. 

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Previewing The 2017 Canadian U Sports Swimming Championships

The University of Toronto men and women will be looking to defend their CIS Championship titles from the 2015-2016 season here in Sherbrooke at the U Sports Championships this week, and to do so will need to face tough opposition from their rivals at the University of British Columbia.

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Five OUA Records Fall On Last Day As Toronto Wins Championships

The University of Toronto men and women took home both OUA Championship titles Saturday night as they edged out their competitors with two very decisive leads to establish their dominance heading into the U Sports championships at the end of the month.

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Kylie Masse Headlines Upcoming OUA Championships

The 2017 OUA Championships hosted by the University of Toronto will be taking place this week showcasing the best university teams in Ontario as well as some of the best athletes including 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Kylie Masse.

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University of Toronto Looking Strong Heading into Fairweather Champs

The University of Toronto men’s and women’s teams are looking like they’ll be repeat winners at this year’s Fairweather Division Championships after an impressive start to the season.


University of Toronto Signs 13 Swimmers For 2016-17 Season

The University of Toronto has signed four boys and nine girls to complete a 13-strong freshman class for the 2016-17 season.

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Kylie Masse Named CIS Female Athlete Of The Year

Kylie Masse was named the 2015-16 female CIS athlete of the year at the 24th annual BLG awards at the Martha Cohen Theatre in Calgary.

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University of Toronto Men And Women Win CIS Championships

For the first time since the 1992-93 season the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s and women’s swim teams both won the CIS Championships.

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Kylie Masse Re-takes The 50m Backstroke Canadian Record

Kylie Masse on the podium after setting the 50m backstroke Canadian record en route to gold in the 200m medley relay.

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Kylie Masse Breaks Canadian Record At Ontario University Championships

Kylie Masse broke a senior Canadian record on the first night of the Ontario University Championships at Western University Thursday, taking the win in the 100m backstroke by over four-seconds with a 56.55 performance.

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Kylie Masse Takes Down Teammate’s Two Week Old Canadian Record

University of Toronto swimmer Kylie Masse put her name on the Canadian record books with a 26.84 performance in the short course 50m backstroke at the OUA Fairweather Divisional Championships.

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Osvald Nitski Will Join The University of Toronto Roster In The Fall

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues singed Osvald Nitski, who can arguably be described as the top recruit coming out of Ontario for the 2015-2016 season.

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Chris Manning Reflects On CIS Career And Looks Towards Canadian Trials

Chris Manning has been a staple athlete on the University of Toronto’s roster throughout the five years he has competed as a Varsity Blue. Unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end, and Manning has used up all five years of eligibility in the CIS and thus is finished competing in Canadian collegiate competition.


Video Interview: Eli Wall Grabs 100 and 200 Breaststroke Victories

University of Toronto’s Eli Wall has emerged as one of the biggest breaststroke forces at this year’s CIS Championships in Victoria, B.C, claiming gold in both the 100 and the 200.

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