Masters Swimming

Masters Swimming


An integral part of Swimming Canada’s mission is to inspire Canadians to be active and healthy. Masters Swimmers are the embodiment of this. Swimming Canada recognizes that Masters Swimmers are magnificent ambassadors and advocates for our sport, both with their friends and families, and within the community at large. Whether training for fitness or to compete, all Masters Swimmers are an essential part of the Swimming Canada family.

Swimming Canada aims to provide the best possible support to the Masters Swimming community, working collaboratively with the provincial sections, to provide meet sanctioning, coach certification, official certification, club services, insurance, etc.   Swimming Canada’s close relationship with our international partners provides recognition of Swimming Canada events and of our member Swimmers’ performances.

January 6, 2022

The results of the December Challenge are now available.

Congratulations to our participation prize winners of a 25$ gift certificate to the Swimming Canada Store .

Edie Hilts                  Regina Masters Swim Club

Jim Douglas           Windsor-Essex Swim Team

David Zayonc        Delta Retreads Masters

Susan Selby           Manitoba Masters Aquatic Club

Remember to participate in the January Challenge and submit you results by February 5th, 2022.

January 1, 2022

Happy New Year to all! We hope 2022 will find you healthy, happy and swimming. Congratulations to all those who have ‘’aged-up’’ this January 1st, welcome to your new age group for the next 5 years.

January’s Mail-in challenge has been launched and is available in the challenges section of the Swimming Canada Masters page. Swimmers are invited to swim a timed 50m of each stroke, which will be added together for a 200 individual medley time. The results will be compiled for the 200 IM add up.

The December challenge data is due back by January 6th so that results can be compiled and prizes awarded.

December 6, 2021

The results of the November Challenge are now available.

Congratulations to our participation prize winners of a 25$ gift certificate to the Swimming Canada Store .

Meaghan McBride                  Dartmouth Whalers

Hossein Fani                             Windsor Essex Swim Team

Philippe Paquin                      Club Aquatique Fouiqs Anjou

Linda Stanley Wilson           White Rock Waves

Remember to participate in the December Challenge and submit you results by January 5th, 2022.

November 19, 2021


Congratulations to the followng new Canadian Record holders

Mae Waldie, MPC, 85-89, 50 m Freestyle 47.00
Lynn Marshall, CARMA, 60-64, 200 m Freesyle 2:21.90
Lynn Marshall, CARMA, 60-64, 400 m Freestyle 5:00.22
Lynn Marshall, CARMA, 60-64, 800 m Freestyle 9:59.85
Lynn Marshall, CARMA, 60-64, 200 m Backstroke 2:39.80
Lynn Marshall, CARMA, 60-64, 200 m IM 2:45.96
Detlev Grabs, MEGO, 60-64, 200 m Backstroke 2:35.43

Lynn Marshall also broke the World Record for ladies 60-64 in the 800 m Freestyle, we are awaiting the ratification of this record by FINA.

November 1, 2021

After many starts and stops for most Swimmers during the 2020-2021 season we can happily say that the 2021-2022 season looks much more promising. We hope that you have had the chance to get back in the pool and find some of the technique and well-being that may have been lost over the past 18 months.

Swimming Canada is pleased to launch the first challenge of the season with a 15-minute swim. Record how far you swim in this time and submit your results to us using the form found HERE or have your coach submit your team’s results using the excel form found HERE. Full instructions about the challenge are available on the first page of the excel form. You will have until the 5th of December to submit November results, which will be published on the Swimming Canada web site. A drawing will take place for the Swimming Canada Store gift cards.

Swimming Canada will be creating exclusive t-shirts for Masters Swimmers which will be available soon. Please follow the Masters web site for more information.

We are pleased to be coordinating Masters Swimmers wishing to participate in the 19th FINA World Masters Championships 2022 from May 31 to June 9, 2022 across the Island of Kyushu, Japan. Swimmers may join the True North team for this event and participate in relays under this team name.

Swimming Canada will provide the same service for the UANA Pan American Masters Championships scheduled for July 21-28 in Medellin Columbia.

Please contact us at [email protected]

The meet information has now been posted for the 2022 Canadian Masters Swimming Championships in Quebec City, May 20-22, 2022.  Please consult the meet page for more information.

Please reach out and tell us what you are doing, in and out of the water. We are always looking for Swimmers and Clubs to profile on the Masters page of the Swimming Canada web site.

We wish you all a wonderful fall season with many opportunities to get in the pool. Stay well, stay safe.

(613) 260-1348 x 2026
[email protected]

Swimming Canada Masters page messages 2020-2021




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