For the first time in our organization’s history, Swimming Canada is holding an online sweepstakes from July 4th until July 28th. Join us as we raise funds to help swimmers at all levels reach their goals and share in their success on the podiums leading up to, and including, Paris 2024.  

Not only will every sweepstakes ticket purchased support the advancement of swimming programming across the country, from the grassroots to the National Team – it will also give YOU and a guest a chance to experience the 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup in Toronto from October 28th-30th as VIP guests. The inaugural sweepstakes Grand Prize includes a meet-and-greet with select FINA star athletes, hotel accommodations for 3 nights, airfare for 2, and VIP tickets to all sessions at the 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup – Toronto.  

Entering the sweepstakes will directly benefit our efforts to inspire Canadians through world leading performances to embrace a lifestyle of swimming for inclusion, health, and fun! 

In addition to the overall prize, two early bird prizes of athlete signed racing suits will be drawn. The first early bird prize will be drawn on July 11th at 9:00am ET. The second early bird prize will be drawn on July 18th at 9:00am ET. The winning numbers will be posted below and through all Swimming Canada social media accounts. All early bird ticket buyers will be automatically entered to win the overall Grand Prize. The Grand Prize winner will be announced on July 28th at 5:00pm ET.  

Contest is open to all residents of Canada (excluding Québec), must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Be sure to follow Swimming Canada’s social media accounts for winning ticket numbers and other important announcements. 

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Early Bird Prize 1: Autographed Olympic Race Suit
Ticket Number: S-2655856 (Ryan Estabrooks – Ontario)
Early Bird Prize 2: Autographed Paralympic Race Suit
Ticket Number: S-2201227 (Cameron Grant – Alberta)
Grand Prize: VIP Experience for 2 at the FINA World Cup – Toronto
Ticket Number: S-5073334 (Julie Slater – British Columbia)