|Budapest 2022 FINA World Championships||—||—||—||1|
|Abu Dhabi 2021 FINA World Championships (25m)||1||—||—||1|
|Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games||—||—||—||2|
|Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships||—||—||—||2|
|Tokyo 2018 Pan Pacific Championships||—||—||1||3|
|Budapest 2017 FINA World Championships||—||—||2||3|
|Rio 2016 Olympic Games||—||—||—||1|
|Kazan 2015 FINA World Championships||—||—||1||1|
|Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games||—||1||1||3|
- At the 2021 FINA World Championships (25m), Kisil won gold and broke the Canadian record as a member of the mixed 4×50-m freestyle relay team.
- At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Kisil was a part of the men’s 4×100-m freestyle relay that broke the Canadian record and finished fourth. He also swam the freestyle leg of the men’s 4×100-m medley relay that placed seventh. Individually, Kisil finished 15th in the 100-m freestyle.
- At the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo, Kisil captured bronze in the 50-m freestyle, his first individual international medal. He also a member of the 4×100-m freestyle and 4×100 medley that finished fourth and fifth.
- At the 2022 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Kisil was part of the men’s 4×100-m freestyle relay team that finished sixth and the mixed 4×100-m medley relay team that finished 11th. Individually, he placed 41st in the 50-m freestyle.
- At the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships, Kisil was a member of the mixed 4×100-m freestyle relay that finished fourth and 4×100-m medley that finished fifth. He was also part of the men’s 4×100-m medley (10th) and 4×100-m freestyle (13th). Individually, Kisil finished 17th in the 100-m freestyle and 25th in the 50-m freestyle.
- Kisil captured silver in the 50-m freestyle and earned bronze in the 100-m freestyle at the 2022 Bell Canadian Swimming Trials, qualifying him for a spot on the 2022 FINA World Championships team. He also qualified for Commonwealth Games but declined the spot to rest his injured shoulders following the worlds.
- At the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Trials, Kisil swam under the FINA A standard in the 100-m freestyle prelims. His time qualified him for his second Olympic Team.
- At the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Kisil made it to the semifinals of the 100-m freestyle where he finished 10th in a new personal best time. He also swam the second leg of the 4×100-m freestyle relay that finished 7th.
- At the 2019 Canadian Swimming Trials, Yuri earned silver in the 100-m freestyle to qualify for his third FINA World Championships.
- Kisil competed in five finals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. He finished fourth as a member of the 4×200-m freestyle relay team, and placed fifth in the 4×100-m freestyle and 4×100-m medley relays. Individually, Kisil finished fifth in the 50-m freestyle in a personal best time and came in seventh in the 100-m freestyle.
- At the 2018 Canadian Swimming Trials in Edmonton, Kisil won two gold medals in the 50-m and 100-m freestyle.
- At the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Kisil won bronze in the mixed 4×100-m freestyle relay and the 4×100 medley relay. He also placed 10th in the 100-m freestyle and he was a member of the eighth place 4×100-m freestyle relay team.
- Kisil won Swimming Canada’s Co-Male Swimmer of the Year award for his 2017 performances.
- At the 2017 Canadian Swimming Trials in Victoria, BC, Kisil gold in the 100-m freestyle and took silver in the 50, qualifying for his second FINA World Championships in both events.
- At the 2017 U Sports Swimming Championships in Sherbrooke, QC, Kisil brought home gold medals in the 50-m, 100-m, and 200-m freestyle events, all in personal best times. He was also a member of the 4×100-m freestyle, 4×200-m freestyle and 4×100-m medley relays that all won gold medals.
- At the Austin stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, Kisil won a silver and a bronze medal in the 50-m and 100-m freestyle events.
- At the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25-m) in Windsor, Ont. Kisil individually set two new personal bests in the 50-m and 100-m freestyle events that had him finish 17th and 11th.
- At the same competition, Kisil swam in four relays including the 4×50-m mixed relay that earned a bronze medal and a new Canadian record. Other relays include the 4×50-m freestyle (10th), 4×100-m freestyle (7th) and 4×50-m medley relay (10th).
- At the Charlotte stop of the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series, Kisil brought home a bronze medal in the 100-m freestyle.
- At the 2016 Canadian Olympic & Para-swimming Trials, Kisil earned a medal of every colour in the freestyle events, including a gold in the 50-m, silver in the 100-m and bronze in the 200-m. He set personal bests in all three.
- At the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Kisil swam the final leg of the 4×100-m freestyle relay, winning a silver with teammates Santo Condorelli, Karl Krug and Evan Van Moerkerke.
- In Toronto, he competed in the morning sessions of the 4×200-m freestyle which later won bronze. He also competed in the 4×100-m medley with teammates Russell Wood, Richard Funk and Santo Condorelli, earning a bronze medal.
- Individually in Toronto, Kisil finished fifth in the 100-m freestyle.
- At the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia, Kisil earned himself a 23rd-place finish in the 100-m freestyle.
- In Kazan, Kisil was a part of the inaugural 4×100-m mixed freestyle relay with teammates Santo Condorelli, Chantal Van Landeghem and Sandrine Mainville, which earned a bronze medal and new Canadian record.
- Made his first senior national teams at the 2014 Canadian Swimming Trials, winning the 100-m freestyle in Victoria to become the youngest Canadian male to ever to swim under the 50-second barrier.
- Individually he just missed the 2014 Commonwealth Games podium with a fourth-place finish in the 100 free.
- Kisil won the Sprinter’s Cup at the 2015 CIS Championships, where he helped the University of British Columbia to the overall title earning wins in the 50-m and 100-m freestyle.
- His selection to the 2013 FINA World Junior Championships in Dubai was his first major junior international competition.
- 2020 ISL team: Toronto Titans
- 2019 ISL team: London Roar
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