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Leela D'Cruz

The Board of Directors of North York Aquatic Club (NYAC) is delighted to announce the new structure of the club’s executive leadership team. Based on recommendations from the 2018 Capitis Report, new capabilities have been introduced to the club’s staff leadership with the goal to enhance member experience, program quality and most importantly establish the club as a Canadian leader in club swimmer and coach development. Building on the recent appointment of Leela D’Cruz as the club’s new General Manager, two new positions have been created – Director of Performanceand...

 Wow! Josh Liendo and the record-breaking relay of Sam Griffith, Reilly Baker, and Justin Baker make SwimSwam Magazine!      Read both Articles here:   JOSH LIENDO, AHEAD OF LUCA URLANDO’S PACE, DROPS 52.1 LCM 100 FLY IN QUEBEC   SEVERAL NAGS FALL, JOSH LIENDO AND KATRINA BELLIO WOW AT EASTERN CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS    

 Congratulations to Coach Murray, Joshua Liendo & Michelle Tovizi! Making NYAC Proud at the Canadian Trials!    Coach Murray has been selected by Swim Canada as a national coach for Canada at the World Junior Swimming Championships!                                                                                Joshua Liendo has been selected to represent Canada at the World Swimming Championships in South Korea...

NYAC recognizes the hard work and dedication of Josh Liendo and Justin Baker at the National Team Development Program! Josh, Justin and Murray attended Training camp to prepare for the Senior National Team and International podium success. The National Team Development Program (NDTP) Male Training Camp is a Swimming Canada initiative based on the concept of a “Band of Brothers”.  Twelve athletes (aged 16-18 years) of Canada’s highest ranked swimmers were chosen.  Coaches were also selected based on their experience at an international level and their track record of producing...

New Canadian Record for NYAC Swimmers Congratulations to Sam Griffith, Reilly Baker, Josh Liendo, and Justin Baker, supported by coaches Murry Drudge and Eddy Toro, for setting a new Canadian National Age-Group Record for boys age 15-17 in the 4 x 50 SC Freestyle relay on December 9, 2018 at Youth Cup.