Saskatoon Goldfins Swim Club


Saskatoon Goldfins provides growth and development opportunities

to teach life skills through the sport of swimming. Our successes are

celebrated by the excellence we achieve in and out of the pool.

Goldfins Swimmers Climb Into the Goldfins All-Time Rankings at the Al Anderson's Winter Classic

Jennifer Robinson


The Saskatoon Goldfins Swim Club swimmers had a added challenge at the 2023 Al Anderson's Source for Sports Winter Classic - February 3 - 5, 2023.

Goldfins swimmers raced to post their new personal best onto the All-Time Goldfins Top 100 Rankings.  Goldfins swimmers posted 727 new long course Top 100 Goldfins rankings.

As swimmers achieved these times, they entered into prize draws based on their rankings.  Congratulations to the following Goldfins swimmers on their prize winning achievements:


Top 10 Ranking Winner

Lauren Anderson - 200M Backstroke - 2:33.96:

  • Goldfins Open Female - 10th Place and in 8th Place - Goldfins - Female 15 - 17 Years. - 7th Place

Top 25 Ranking Winner

Mariah Weber - 100M Backstroke - 1:20.30

  • Goldfins Open Female - 82nd Place - Goldfins Female 11 - 12 Years - 22nd Place

Top 50 Ranking Winner

Landon Dubiel - 200M Breaststroke - 2:56.41

  • Goldfins Open Male - 44th Place - Goldfins Male 15 - 17 Years - 35th Place

Top 100 Ranking Winner

Dejan Jarcan - 50M Breaststroke -45.24

  • Goldfins Male 11 - 12 Years - 49th Place


Congratulations to our White Group swimmers who posted a Zero DQ report at the 2023 Al Anderson's Source for Sports Winter Classic. 

Goldfins' Sienna Weber won the Prize draw for the White 1, 2 & 3 swimmers, posting Zero DQ's at the Winter Classic.


To review the Goldfins Top 100 Long Course Rankings, please log in to your Goldfins account and click on the drop-down tab under Club Records & Rankings.  Rankings are provided by SwimRankings.Net.