ESWIM athletes on Team Canada's roster for Tokyo 2020:

Records from the Olympic Games:

Summer McIntosh
400FR 4:02.42 13-14 Club, 14 and OPEN Provincial, 13-14 and OPEN National

Katrina Bellio
1500FR 16:24.37 16 Provincial

Records from Florida State Championships

Antoine Destang
100FL 57.28 13-14 Club, 13 Provincial
50FR 24.89 13 Provincial
50FL 25.36 13 Provincial

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Summer McIntosh - Smashing records

Date:  July-26

Summer McIntosh - 400 Free - 4:02.42 - 4th! NEW CANADIAN RECORD!

Katrina Bellio - Olympic debut in 1500

Date:  July-26

Best time of 16:24.37 for Katrina Bellio in the 1500 free! Also the first women’s 1500 free ever swum at an Olympics.

Ruslan Gaziev - in mens 4x100 free

Date:  July-25

Canadian Relay Team touch in 3:10.82 in the 4x100 free to come in 4th in the final and a new Canadian record!

Canada's Summer McIntosh, 14, puts Olympics on notice with record swim

Date:  July-25

Summer McIntosh breaks the Canadian record in the 400-m freestyle which was last set by Brittany MacLean at the 2016 Olympics!

2020-21 Victor Davis Award Winners Announced

Date:  July-21

Congratulations to Ella Jansen on being one of the six recipients for 2020-2021!

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