Canada's best divers set for 2011 Pan American Games
Just one week prior to the start of the diving events at the 2011 Pan American Games, in Guadalajara, Mexico, the Canadian diving team is focused on closing out the pre-Olympic year on a winning note.
“Diving Plongeon Canada has selected its strongest team possible to compete in Guadalajara,” says DPC high performance director, Scott Cranham. “All the divers we are sending to the Pan American Games competed earlier this year at the FINA World Championships and are serious contenders to make our Olympic team for London.”
DUBAI SWIMS - Friday 14 October 2011
Dubai Pulse invite you to take part in Dubai Swims which will take place at Umm Suqeim Beach on Friday, 14 October 2011 at 03:30 p.m. for a beneficial & enjoyable experience on one of Dubai’s fabulous beaches.
Aerobic Session :
Enjoy a musical aerobic session by Fitness First before swimming in an exciting atmosphere.
LE CLUB will present “Acquatic Fitness Longe Cote” which is a new sport practiced for the first time in the Middle East.
Do you know?
Swimming for half an hour a day reduces blood pressure and cholesterol level , strengthens the heart and improves the efficiency of lungs and blood circulation.
Huegill and co fly out to Stockholm
The 32-year-old Huegill and world championship 100m freestyle relay gold medallists Eamon Sullivan and Matthew Abood will contest all three European legs of the FINA World Cup in Stockholm (15-16 October), Moscow (18-19 October) and Berlin (22-23 October) and left Sydney today bound for Sweden.
Canadian swimmers kick-start the Olympic season at FINA World Cups
Several of Canada’s big names in swimming will have an early start to the season with some fast racing as they head to Europe this month to compete on the FINA World Cup circuit.
World Championships silver medallist in the 100 freestyle, Brent Hayden of Mission, BC and national teammates Mike Brown, Perth ON, Annamay Pierse, Edmonton AB, Erica Morningstar, Calgary Alta., and 17 year-old Chantal van Landeghem of Winnipeg, MB are amongst Canada’s Olympic hopefuls that will be racing in Stockholm (15-16), Moscow (18-19) and Berlin (22-23).
Sao Paulo wins Chico Piscina Trophy
The team from São Paulo state won again the traditional Chico Piscina Trophy, which comprises the Brazilian Interfederation Youth Championships and International Youth Championships. São Paulo won in both categories (international and national) for the 11th consecutive year. The national championships are contested by the state Federations of Brazil while the international championships are disputed by teams from other countries that are invited. This year Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Peru took part in the event. In all, 375 swimmers forming 22 teams attended the event. Four new records were set in the competition that took place at the Mocoquense club in the city of Mococa (BRA).
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