Don’t miss this spectacular event from Friday October 28 to Sunday October 30 2022, as Canada hosts its first FINA Swimming World Cup event in more than 20 years! More than 450 athletes from 40 countries are expected to compete for an overall series prize pool of $224,000 US. Toronto will be the second of a three-stop tour this fall, as the short-course swimming series touches down at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, which has welcomed such major events as the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games, and two Olympic Swimming Trials.


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WS Representatives
Alym Kurji (swimmer), Olivier Renaud (coach), Paul Duff (official), Steve Sachs (official), Suzi Santaguida (official) and JF Potvin (deck announcer)

Wednesday October 26

Whitby Swimming has been selected to host a swimming clinic led by two international swimmers.

Junior 1 and Development 1 will receive the visit of Hali Flickinger (USA) and Matthew Sates (RSA) at AOP from 5 to 6 pm. 

Development 3 and 4 swimmers will practice from 4 to 5 pm and can watch the clinic from the viewing area and get autographs at the end of the clinic. Swimmers from other groups are welcome to come watch as well.

Friday October 28

Alym is racing the 100m Individual Medley

Finals: Youth Volunteers

W&M 400 FR, W 50 BK, M 200 BK, W 200 FLY, M 100 FLY, W 200 BR, M 100 BR, W&M 50 FR, W&M 100 IM

Saturday October 29

Alym is racing the 50m Backstroke

Trevor Campbell, Addison Card, Tayissa Gallant and Olivia Johnson will be representing the club at the World Cup Clinic at TPASC between prelims and finals

W 400 IM, W 1500 FR, M 50 BK, W 200 FR, M 200 IM, W 100 BK, M 50 BR, W 50 FLY, M 100 FR, W 100 BR, M 200 FLY


Sunday October 30

Alym is racing the 100m Backstroke

M 400 IM, M 800 FR, W 100 FLY, M 50 FLY, W 200 BK, M 200 BK, W 50 BR, M 200 BR, W 100 FR, M 200 FR, W 200 IM