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  1. What's new in this club
  2. 50.73 100m Fly for Josh Liendo, a new Canadian Record
  3. Provisionally qualified for the 2023 World Aquatic Championships (after Day 1, meeting the FINA A/B standard) Women 400m Freestyle (FINA A-4:08.81) Summer McIntosh- 3:56.08 Ella Jansen- 4:08.81 100m Backstroke (FINA A- 1:00.59) Ingrid Wilm- 58.80 Kylie Masse- 59.00 Women’s 200m Breastroke (FINA A- 2:25.91) Sydney Pickrem- 2:24.63 Kelsey Wog- 2:25.26 Men 100m Backstroke (FINA A- 54.03) Javier Acevedo- 53.83 200m Breastroke (FINA A- 2:10.32) Brayden Taivasaalo (2:11.28)
  4. Weather in Verbier, Switzerland would just not cooperate, despite many delays to the schedule, which meant the final stop of the FWT season was cancelled. Congrats to Justine Dufour-Lapointe, who secures her first ever FWT title (In her first ever season! What can’t she do? )
  5. Winners on Day 1 of the 2023 Canadian Swim Trials Women’s Para 50m Breastroke- Niki Ens SB2 (1:43.32) Women’s Para 100m Breastroke- Tess Routliffe SB7 (1:34.68) Men’s Para 100m Breastroke- James Leroux SB9 (1:10.97) Women’s 200m Breastroke - Sydney Pickrem (2:24.63) Men’s 200m Breastroke- Brayden Taivasaalo (2:11.28) Women’s 100m Backstroke- Ingrid Wilm (58.80) Men’s 100m Backstroke- Javier Acevedo (53.83) Women’s 400m Freestyle- Summer McIntosh (3:56.08 // WR) Men’s 400m Freestyle- Eric Brown (3:50.81)
  6. Ruck will likely still be named to the world's team
  7. Sad to hear, but also not entirely surprised. Ruck was hyped to be a big thing in swimming where she could win individual medals at the World/Olympics, but she's mostly been an important depth swimmer for our relays. Hope she can train in mental strength. With her out and Sanchez changing nationalities our 4x100m freestyle relay will probably not medal. I guess we'll see how the trials look for us.
  8. Louis Krieber Gagnon (-90kg) loses in the second round to Lasha Bekauri (GEO)
  9. Shady El-Nahas (-100kg) wins bronze on Day 3 of the 2023 Grand Slam in Tbisili, Georgia defeating Nurlykhan Sharkhan (KAZ) 10-0. In the semifinals he lost to Gonchigsuren Batkhuyag (MGL) 2-0.
  10. Liam Brearley wins silver at the WC season-finale in Silvapana, Switzerland Results: Men Liam Brearley - 2nd - 89.00 Cameron Spalding - 4th - 79.50 Francis Jobin - 8th - 69.75 Women Jasmine Baird - 7th - 64.50 Laurie Blouin - 9th - 27.75
  11. Canada’s men’s team win 2-0 over hosts Curaçao in CONCACAF Nations League action, in their first match since the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Canada’s victory secured a berth in this summers CONCACAF Gold Cup.
  12. Team Einarson are back-to-back world championship bronze medalists with an 8-5 win over Team Hasselborg
  13. Noemie Beaulieu was our top ranked women’s finisher at the Triathlon WC New Plymouth. She finished 42nd (1:08:37) Other Canadian Women Results Amelie Kretz - DNF
  14. Tyler Mislawchuk was our top ranked finisher at the WC in New Plymouth, New Zealand. He finished 9th (57:18), 1:21 behind winner Hayden Wilde (NZL) Other Canadian Men Results Brock Hoel- 18th- 57:48 Martin Sobey- 28th - 58:10 Liam Donnelly- 46th- 1:00:14 Clayton Hutchins- 52nd- 1:02:39
  15. Pavan/Bukovec lose against Clancy/Mariafe 0-2 (21-13, 21-12) in the Round of 12, and finish the event in 9th. Mel/Brandie lose against Menegatti/Gottardi 1-2 (10-21, 21-19, 7-15) in the quarterfinals, and finish the event in 5th.
  16. Freestyle Ski/Snoboard WC Silvaplana finals were on today (With the exception of men’s snowboard) Evan McEachran (Men’s Ski) won silver, for his first WC podium of the season (92.00). Results Women’s Ski Megan Oldham - 5th - 85.75 Rylee Hackler - 18th - 53.80 Men’s Ski Evan McEachran - 2nd - 92.00 Mark Hendrickson - 7th - 90.00
  17. Team Einarson lose 5-8 to Team Rørvik in the semi-finals of the 2023 Women’s World Curling Championships Fight for bronze against Team Hasselborg on Sunday at 2am PST/5am EST. Coincidentally this was the bronze medal match last year too (Canada won that one 8-7)
  18. Elliot Grondin wins gold at the WC in Mount-Sainte-Anne, Quebec Hunt for the Crystal Globe is still on for him Results: Men- Elliot Grondin - 1st - Gold Medal Evan Bichon - 12th - 1/4th Final Colby Graham - 17th - 1/8th Final Liam Moffatt - 35th - Qualification Tristan Bell - 38th - Qualification William Scott - 45th - Qualification Griffin Mason - 46th - Qualification Noah Royz - 48th - Qualification Kai Hooper - 49th - Qualification Women- Audrey McManiman - 16th - 1/8th Final Kennedy Justinen - 21th - Qualification Lily Spruyt Bellaar - 23rd - Qualification Ariane Gallant - 24th - Qualification
  19. Antoine Bouchard (-73kg) loses his first round match against Kote Kopanadze (GEO) 10-0. Francois Gauthier Drapeau (-81kg) loses his second round match 11-0 against Askerbii Gerberkov (BRN), after getting a bye initially. Gauthier Drapeau was the number one seeded judoka in his weight category, so I’m sure he’ll be a bit disappointed with this result. Mohab El Nahas (-81kg) loses his second round match against Abylaikhan Zhubanazar (KAZ) 11-0, after getting a bye initially.
  20. Piper Gilles/Paul Poirier win back to back ISU Figure Skating World Championships bronze medals (217.88) in ice dance, behind Chock/Bates (USA) (226.1) and Guignard/Fabbri (ITA) (219.85) Fellow Canadians Nikolaj Sorensen/Laurence Fournier Beaudry finish 5th. (214.04) Men’s: Keegan Messing finishes 7th in his last ever skate at Worlds (265.16). Rookie Conrad Orzel did not advance to the free skate and finished in 25th place (67.65). Women’s: Madeline Schizas finished 13th (187.49). Pairs: Deanna Stellato-Dudek/Maxime Deschamps finished 4th (199.97), Lia Pereira/Trent Michaud finished 6th (193.00) and Brooke McIntosh/Benjamin Mimar finished 15th (181.95).
  21. World Athletics Gold Tour event was on earlier today in Dudince, Slovakia. Evan Dunfee placed 4th in the 35km race walk (2:29.15) Final Results Here
  22. Team Einarson (#3) d. Team Fujisawa (#6) 6-4 and are through to the semi-finals. They’re playing Team Rørvik (#2) right now, for a spot in the gold medal match (The other semifinal is Tirinzoni-Hasselborg)
  23. Second (and final) stop of the FWT Finals starts tomorrow at 1:20am PST/4:20am EST in Verbier, Switzerland Katie Anderson has already secured the title in the women’s snowboard category, but there’s still a fourth win of the season for her still up for grabs. She’ll be dropping in 4th in Verbier. Justine Dufour-Lapointe is the current WC leader in the women’s ski category, 2620pts ahead of Molly Armanino Dufour-Lapointe is 6th on the women’s start list in Verbier. Marcus Goguen , is currently ranked 9th. Goguen is 5th on the men’s start list in Verbier.

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