Swimming Canada is adding yet another internationally renowned coach to its stable of High Performance leaders. Martyn Wilby has accepted the new role of senior coach. This...

Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Humboldt, Sask., today announced her retirement from track and field. You can read her full statement on her website at www.weareeaton.com.  

OTTAWA – Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) congratulates the new Board and Individual Members elected at the organization’s Annual General Meeting held in Edmonton, Alberta.

OTTAWA, ON — Pierre Lafontaine is returning to Ottawa full time, accepting the role as chief executive officer/secretary general for Cycling Canada, after splitting time...

The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) has reached a major milestone with today marking 500 days to go until Queensland, Australia Shares the Dream  

Team Canada took the gold medal on Saturday in the Men’s Team Pursuit at Round 2 of the Track World Cup in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.  This is the first-ever World Cup...

GLASGOW, Nov. 4, 2016. – Team Canada took their first ever World Cup medal in the Men’s Team Pursuit on Friday evening in Glasgow, Scotland, with a bronze medal performance...

Commonwealth Games Canada Celebrates Exceptional Contributions

Katerine Savard of Pont-Rouge, Que., ended the three-stop FINA World Cup swimming cluster in Asia the same way she began: on the podium. Savard won the bronze medal Sunday...

Olympic and Commonwealth medallist Michelle Williams of North York, Ont., earned her second medal on the FINA World Cup Swimming circuit this week with a silver

Proven business leader focused on shaping new era for triathlon in Canada rooted in excellence

Commonwealth and Olympic medallist Michelle Williams of North York, Ont., earned her first individual international medal placing third in the women’s 50-m freestyle to...

Leigh has been instrumental in developing and successfully leading the women’s high performance program since 1996, first as a head coach at numerous Games and World...

Brittany MacLean spanned two generations of Canadian swimming and earned a reputation as a hard worker and tough competitor.

SINGAPORE – Commonwealth & Olympic medallist Katerine Savard of Pont-Rouge, Que., won the bronze medal on Friday in the women’s 100-m butterfly at a FINA World Cup...

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