• September 26, 2021

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Canada’s Masse, Pickrem claim wins as Toronto Titans kick off final match of ISL regular season

Canada’s Masse, Pickrem claim wins as Toronto Titans kick off final match of ISL regular season

The Toronto Titans sit fourth after the opening day of their final match of the International Swimming League’s regular campaign, while the undefeated Energy Standard took a commanding lead following another strong performance on Thursday in Naples, Italy.…

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Oleksiak earns historic medal No. 7 as Canadian women win bronze in 4x100m medley relay

Oleksiak earns historic medal No. 7 as Canadian women win bronze in 4x100m medley relay

Penny Oleksiak is now Canada’s most decorated Olympian, captivating her seventh medal — a bronze — in the women’s 4×100-metre medley relay Sunday morning in Tokyo.  But in the celebration and excitement of the historic moment,…

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Canada’s Kylie Masse surges to silver in Olympic 100m backstroke

Canada’s Kylie Masse surges to silver in Olympic 100m backstroke

Swimmer Kylie Masse is Canada’s latest medalist in the pool. The Lasalle, Ont., native narrowly missed the gold medal in the women’s 100-metre backstroke, earning a well deserved silver on Tuesday in Tokyo. A close…

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Kylie Masse loses Olympic backstroke record minutes after winning heat

Kylie Masse loses Olympic backstroke record minutes after winning heat

Kylie Masse capped a unforgettable Sunday for Canada’s swim team. The two-time world champion set an Olympic record in the women’s 100-metre backstroke, winning in 58.17 seconds, only to see American rival Regan Smith (57.96)…

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Women are going to carry Canada’s Olympic team

Women are going to carry Canada’s Olympic team

According to the latest medals forecast released by a data company called Gracenote, women are projected to collect 19 of Canada’s expected 22 medals at the Tokyo Olympics — including four of the five gold. This isn’t a…

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Kylie Masse named top Canadian female swimmer

Kylie Masse named top Canadian female swimmer

Being a model of consistency has made Kylie Masse one of the world’s best backstroke swimmers. The 23-year-old, who trains at the University of Toronto, is the first Canadian to win back-to-back FINA World Championships gold medals. Since her bronze…