The U of T Varsity Blues women’s swim team is in prime position to compete for the USports national Swimming Championship.
With the 2015 Pan American Games in the past, the pool at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre in Scarborough has turned its focus to the future of swimming in Canada. Coming off the most successful summer muti-sport event in the country’s history, the goal is to continue to grow the sport not only for the 2016 Olympics, but for the next few cycles. However, the first step is Rio, and improving on the two medals won at London 2012.
Ryan Cochrane wants Canadians to aim higher. The 26-year-old has been Canada’s only swimmer to medal at the past two Olympic Games, winning a bronze at Beijing, then a silver at London, both in the…
TORONTO – Chris Manning is no stranger to the national stage.
The Brantford, Ont., native has been a fixture at the Canadian trials since he was just a teenager swimming for the W Ross Macdonald team.
Canadians may not be over-the-top, obnoxiously arrogant athletes, but don’t for a split second believe that means they are not fierce competitors. Kylie Masse may be new to Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) but her competitive…
Paige Schultz had been anticipating this moment for the last four years. “It’s crazy how fast it’s come,” the 20-year-old East York swimmer said in a March 9 interview before this year’s Olympic trials in Montreal. “2008 feels like yesterday.”
With trials set to get underway in just over two weeks, Paige Schultz is hoping to become one of Canada’s youngest representatives at the 2012 London Olympics in swimming
Amateur swimming officials say the Pan American Games pool proposed for the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto will inspire athletes and casual swimmers alike.
Byron MacDonald’s eight-year wait has paid off.