OTTAWA – Swimming Canada’s Board of Directors has a new look after the organization’s Annual General Meeting Saturday in Ottawa.Read More
The Canadian Olympic Committee announced today that they will not be moving forward with a Toronto bid for the 2024 Olympics. The deadline to submit bids to the International Olympic Committee is tonight, September 15th, at 6pm ET.Read More
World championship medallist and Olympic finallist Martha McCabe will be rejoining world-renowned breaststroke coach Jozsef Nagy in Vancouver.Read More
The Commonwealth Games Federation has officially named Durban, South Africa the host city of the 2022 Commonwealth Games after receiving support from the South African government.Read More
Australia is at risk of being seen as a “safe haven for drug cheats” reports Fox Sports Australia after recounting the recent key World Championships medalists who have both been trained by Australian coaches and have also been involved in doping ordealsRead More
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Joined by up-and-coming World Championship finalist Santo Condorelli, Swimswam would like to introduce episode two of “The Main Set.”Read More
Xavier Desharnais continued to show this year he is Canada’s top super-long-distance swimmer. We are talking about those exhausting races that are more than 20 kilometres, held in gruelling conditions and take almost a regular workday to complete.Read More
OTTAWA – The annual Swimming Canada Awards and Recognition Reception was busier than usual this year.Read More
In world-class swimming, “Have a good summer,” means something different than it does to most people.
“Have a good summer” can refer to expecting good results at major international competitions. If a swimmer wins an international medal, breaks a record or sets a personal best they may consider it a “good summer.”Read More
In the final individual event of the meet, Canada’s Taylor Ruck put an exclamation point on her week winning the women’s 200m free in a new championship record of 1:57.87Read More