Canadian rankings are available on the Swimming Canada web page HERE . Select the age group to see top times in each event in the selected age group.

Clicking on the event will display all rankings. Clicking on a time will display time details and ranking details. Clicking on a name will display the swimmer’s best times.

SwimRankings also displays Canadian rankings HERE . You can view provincial rankings and club rankings as well. Just add the province/club to the url like this:  (Change the last 2 letters to your provincial code).  (Change the last  letters to your club code).

Congratulations to the Masters Swimmers who are ranked in the 2020 FINA TOP 10 Rankings. FINA compiles these lists from performances at meets formally sanctioned by a FINA member federation and conducted under the rules of FINA, by swimmers registered in a club, member of a FINA Member Federation.

Complete FINA TOP 10 Rankings for Long Course and Short Course can be found on the FINA webpage in the Masters section under Rankings.

Those Swimmers who attained a 1st place ranking are:

Marie-Soleil Jean-Lachapelle – Équipe Natation St-Lambert
Alexandra Rodriguez Dimitrescu – Winskill Otters Masters
Terri-Lynn Benison – Calgary Masters Swim Club
Sarah MacDonald – Victoria Masters Swim Club
Hella Versfeld – Vernon Masters Swim Club
Madeleine Sévigny – Club Natation Mont-Tremblant
Edie Hilts – Regina Masters Swim Club
Mae Waldie – Maitres Pointe-Claire
Sheila Naiman – Maitres Pointe-Claire
Mary Brown – Regina Masters Swim Club
Vlad Shirokov – Hera Blue Swim Club
Jonathan Banville – Club Natation Région de Québec
Peter Van Dyke – Hera Blue Swim Club
Chris Daniel – Wild Rose
Detlev Grabs – Mégophias de Trois-Rivières
Glenn Carlsen – Penticton Masters Swim Club
Carl Waterer – Lower Columbia Swim Club
Jack Kelso – Dogwood Masters
Karl Donoghue – Penticton Masters Swim Club
Brian Sheridan – Etobicoke Olympium Masters Aquatic Club
Henri-Paul Ruelland – Maitres-Nageurs Québec

Congratulations to all !