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06 December 2019 (Atlanta, Georgia) - What a night of racing - Cole Pratt in the “A” final and Ingrid Wilm bumped up in the “C” final - and some events (get this) - like the final of the women’s 200m freestyle where between the 8 women in the final they collectively had 30 World Championship and 20 Olympic medals amongst them! First up was Cole Pratt in the “A” final of the men’s 100m backstroke after scratching the “B” final of the 400m IM. In the prelims Pratt was...

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06 December 2019 (Atlanta, Georgia) - The US Open (FKA US Winter Nationals) in Atlanta, Georgia is a meet where all the big guns come out from all over the world to compete. As it is the Olympic year and as it is the last major international long course event of 2019 the meet is a who’s who of big swimming names: Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Taylor Ruck, Caeleb Dressel, Markus Thormeyer and a host of others - including almost every single US Senior National Team Member and…get this…27 different...

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06 Dec 2019 (Pointe Claire, PQ) - Pointe Claire was off to a quick start with all sorts of great swims last night in the distance events the 800m & 1500m freestyle races. The team dropped in to Pierre Elliot Trudeau National Energy Program International Airport (the PETNEP) a little past noon yesterday, left their bags off at the hotel and then made their way to the pool to get on with the first night of racing. No special rest needed after getting off of the plane as evidenced by...

Cascade Swimming

12 November 2019 (Calgary, AB) - The Repsol Sports Centre once again played host to some big efforts and fantastic swims from our Cascade crew over the past weekend - highlighted by a couple little 8 & 9 year-olds swimming their way into not just one but multiple races in the finals. The young guns were out in force with both the JAG Blue and JAG Gold programs in attendance. The meet was a great opportunity to build on the early season racing from October as there were more big...

20 Sep 2020 (Calgary, AB) - The Cascade Swim Club has just had four of it's top age group swimmers named to the 2019 Summer National ID Team for Swimming Canada: Addison Butler, Payton Kelly, Cole Pratt & Ella Varga have all been recognized and named by the National Develpment Program. The full information can be found on the Swimming Canada website here. Congratulations to our four athletes and their coaches Dave & Wendy Johnson! 2019 Summer National Development Team - Girls 2019 Summer National Development Team - Boys

Friday, the 17th of May, join us for a “Three-hour Power Camp" on backstroke technique with some of our Swimming Canada National Team swimmers including, Cole Pratt, 2019 Gwangju World Championships & a host of others! Where: Repsol Sports Centre When: 2:00-5:00PM Focus: Starts - 1 hour session (45min on & 15min off) Turns - 1 hour session (45min on & 15min off) Stroke - 1 hour session (45min on & 15min off) Join Cole and other performance program swimmers at the camp on Friday of the long weekend. The...