List of Canadian records in swimming

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This is a list of national swimming records for Canada. They are the fastest time ever recorded in each event by a swimmer representing Canada.

These records are kept by Swimming Canada and can be found online here:

Men[edit]

Event Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
  freestyle
50 free 21.73
Brent Hayden (Canada)
World Championships (sf)
July 31, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
21.34
Brent Hayden (UBC Dolphins)
Canadian Spring Nationals
March 14, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
100 free 47.27
Brent Hayden (Canada)
World Championships
July 30, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
45.56
Brent Hayden (Canada)
World Cup 2009
November 14, 2009 / Berlin, Germany Germany
200 free 1:46.40
Brent Hayden (Canada)
2008 Olympics
August 10, 2008 / Beijing, China China
1:40.80
Brent Hayden (Canada)
World Cup
November 15, 2009 / Berlin, Germany Germany
400 free 3:43.46
Ryan Cochrane (Canada)
2014 Commonwealth Games
July 24, 2014 / Glasgow, Scotland Scotland
3:39.10
Ryan Cochrane (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 6, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
800 free 7:41.86
Ryan Cochrane (Canada)
World Championships
July 27, 2011 / Shanghai, China China
7:39.57
Ryan Cochrane (Island Swimming)
Canadian Spring Nationals
March 13, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
1500 free 14:39.63
Ryan Cochrane (Canada)
2012 Olympics
August 4, 2012 / London, United Kingdom United Kingdom
14:28.63
Ryan Cochrane (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 8, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
  backstroke Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 back 25.13
Russell Wood (Canada)
2015 Canadian Swimming Trials
April 2, 2015 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada Canada
23.58
Javier Acevedo (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 8, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
100 back 53.63
Pascal Wollach (Canada)
2009 Canadian World Championship Trials
July 8, 2009 / Montreal, Quebec Canada
50.60
John Tapp (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix (lead-off)
August 9, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
200 back 1:57.34
Matthew Hawes (Canada)
2009 Canadian World Championship Trials
July 11, 2009 / Montreal, Quebec Canada
1:52.15
John Tapp (Canada)
2010 World Championships
December 19, 2010 / Dubai, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
  breaststroke Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 breast 27.45
Scott Dickens (Canada)
World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
26.69
Paul Kornfeld (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 8, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
100 breast 59.85
Scott Dickens (Canada)
2012 Summer Olympics
July 28, 2012 / London, United Kingdom United Kingdom
57.10
Paul Kornfeld (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 7, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
200 breast 2:08.84
Mike Brown (Canada)
2008 Olympics
August 13, 2008 / Beijing, China China
2:03.26
Paul Kornfeld (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 9, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
  butterfly Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 fly 23.30
Santo Condorelli (UNCAN)
World Championships
August 2, 2015 / Kazan, Russia Russia
23.31
Joe Bartoch (London Aquatic Club)
Canadian Spring Nationals
March 12, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
100 fly 51.83
Santo Condorelli (Canada)
2016 Olympic Games
August 11, 2016 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Brazil
50.90
Coleman Allen (Canada)
FINA Swimming World Cup 2013
August 8, 2013 / Eindhoven, Netherlands Netherlands
200 fly 1:56.90
Zack Chetrat (Canada)
2015 Pan American Games
July 14, 2015 / Toronto, Canada Canada
1:53.43
Stefan Hirniak (Canada)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 8, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
  individual medley Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
100 IM  not swum 52.62
John Tapp (Canada)
2010 World Championships (semi-final)
December 18, 2010 / Dubai, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
200 IM 1:59.19
Keith Beavers (Canada)
2008 Olympics
August 13, 2008 / Beijing, China China
1:55.19
Brian Johns (UBC Dolphins)
Canadian Spring Nationals
March 14, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
400 IM 4:11.41
Brian Johns (Canada)
2008 Olympics
August 9, 2008 / Beijing, China China
4:02.72
Brian Johns (UBC Dolphins)
2003 CIS Championships
February 21, 2003 / Victoria, British Columbia Canada
  relays Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
200 free relay 1:31.86
UBC Dolphins
 (Brent Hayden, Richard Hortness,
  Rory Biskupski, Thomas Gossland)
2009 Canadian Spring Nationals
March 15, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
1:27.11
UBC Dolphins
 (Brent Hayden-21.83, Rory Biskupski-21.79,
  Scott Dickens-21.89, Thomas Gossland-21.60)
2009 Canadian Spring Nationals
March 11, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario Canada
400 free relay 3:12.26
Canada Canada
 (Brent Hayden-47.56, Joel Greenshields-47.77,
  Colin Russell-48.49, Rick Say-48.44)
2008 Olympics
August 11, 2008 / Beijing, China China
3:07.89
Canada Canada
 (Brent Hayden-46.31, Joel Greenshields-46.55,
  Blake Worsley-47.35, Hassan Abdel-Khalik-47.68)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 8, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
800 free relay 7:05.77
Canada Canada
 (Colin Russell-1:46.89, Brian Johns-1:47.61,
  Brent Hayden-1:44.42, Andrew Hurd-1:46.85)
2008 Olympics
August 13, 2008 / Beijing, China China
6:51.05*
Canada Canada
 (Colin Russell-1:43.60, Stefan Hirniak-1:43.41,
  Brent Hayden-1:41.49, Joel Greenshields-1:42.55)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 7, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
200 medley relay 1:41.03
University of Calgary Swim Club
 (Chris Renaud, Russell Patrick,
  Curtis Myden, Etienne Caron)
1998 Canadian Summer Nationals
date / location
1:38.05
Team British Columbia
 (Nicholas Sinclair-25.36, Michael Cai-27.94,
  Andre Kudaba-23.65, Charlie Tapp-21.10)
2009 Canada Games
August 27, 2009 / Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Canada
400 medley relay 3:31.02
Canada Canada
 (Pascal Wollach-53.90, Matthieu Bois-58.86,
  Joe Bartoch-51.39, Brent Hayden-46.87)
World Championships
August 2, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
3:23.33*
Canada Canada
 (Jake Tapp-50.60, Paul Kornfeld-57.18,
  Joe Bartoch-50.18, Brent Hayden-45.37)
British Short Course Grand Prix
August 9, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom

Women[edit]

Event Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
  freestyle
50 free 24.39
Chantal Van Landeghem (Canada)
World Championships
August 9, 2015 / Kazan, Russia Russia
23.85
Chantal Van Landeghem (Canada)
FINA Swimming World Cup 2013
August 7, 2013 / Eindhoven, Netherlands Netherlands
100 free 52.70
Penny Oleksiak (Canada)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 11, 2016 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Brazil
52.01
Penny Oleksiak (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 8, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
200 free 1:56.94
Brittany MacLean (Canada)
2016 Canadian Olympic Trials
April 7, 2016 / Toronto, Canada Canada
1:52.50
Taylor Ruck (Canada)
World Championships
December 6, 2016 / Windsor, Canada Canada
400 free 4:03.43
Brittany MacLean (Canada)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 7, 2016 / Rio, Brazil Brazil
4:02.23
Mary-Sophie Harvey (Canada)
Ontario Junior International
December 17, 2016 / Toronto, Canada Canada
800 free 8:20.02
Brittany MacLean (Canada)
12th Pan Pacific Championships
August 21, 2014 / Gold Coast, Australia Australia
8:19.99
Savannah King (UBC Dolphins)
(Canadian Spring Nationals)
March 14, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada Canada
1500 free 15:57.15
Brittany MacLean (Canada)
12th Pan Pacific Championships
August 24, 2014 / Gold Coast, Australia Australia
16:00.68
Savannah King (UBC Dolphins)
Canadian Spring Nationals
March 12, 2009 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada Canada
  backstroke Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 back 27.67
Kylie Masse (Canada)
Sette Colli
June 24, 2016 / Rome, Italy Italy
26.34
Kylie Masse (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 9, 2016/ Ontario, Canada Canada
100 back 58.21[1]
Kylie Masse (Canada)
Canadian Trials
April 6, 2017 / Victoria, British Columbia Canada
56.02
Kylie Masse (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 6, 2016 / Windsor, Ontario Canada
200 back 2:06.80
Hilary Caldwell (Canada)
World Championships
August 3, 2013 / Barcelona, Spain Spain
2:02.56
Hilary Caldwell (Canada)
FINA Swimming World Cup 2013
August 7, 2013 / Eindhoven, Netherlands Netherlands
  breaststroke Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 breast 30.23
Amanda Reason (Canada)
2009 Canadian World Championship Trials
July 8, 2009 / Montreal, Quebec Canada
29.96
Amanda Reason
Canadian Spring Nationals,
12 March 2009 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada Canada
100 breast 1:05.74
Annamay Pierse (UBC Thunderbirds)
2009 Canadian World Championship Trials
July 9, 2009 / Montreal, Quebec Canada
1:04.28
Annamay Pierse (Canada)
British Short Course Gas Grand Prix
August 8, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
200 breast 2:20.12*
Annamay Pierse (Canada)
World Championships (semi-final)
July 30, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
2:16.83*
Annamay Pierse (Canada)
British Short Course Gas Grand Prix
August 7, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
  butterfly Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
50 fly 25.92
Katerine Savard (CSQ)
Championnat provincial AA-AAA junior et senior
July 9, 2016 / Montreal, Quebec Canada

Katerine Savard (CSQ)
41e Coupe du Quebec
June 25, 2016 / Quebec, Quebec Canada
25.51
Katerine Savard (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 9, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
100 fly 56.46
Penelope Oleksiak (Canada)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 7, 2016 / Brazil Brazil
56.15
Katerine Savard (Canada)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 11, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
200 fly 2:05.95
Audrey Lacroix (Canada)
World Championships
July 30, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
2:03.20
Audrey Lacroix (Canada)
British Short Course Gas Grand Prix
August 6, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
  individual medley Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
100 IM   not swum 59.28
Julia Wilkinson (Canada)
British Short Course Gas Grand Prix
August 7, 2009 / Leeds, United Kingdom United Kingdom
200 IM 2:09.56[2]
Sydney Pickrem (ISC/TA&M)
Canadian Trials
April 9, 2017 / Victoria, British Columbia Canada
2:06.97
Erica Morningstar (Canada)
FINA: World Cup - 2011 Series
October 22, 2011 / Berlin, Germany Germany
400 IM 4:32.52
Emily Overholt (Canada)
World Championships (finals)
August 9, 2015 / Kazan, Russia Russia
4:26.42
Mary-Sophie Harvey (Canada)
Ontario Junior International
December 16, 2016 / Toronto, Canada Canada
  relays Long course (50 m) Short course (25 m)
200 free relay 1:45.09
EPS
 (Andrea Nugent, Allison Higson,
  Lori Melien, Jane Kerr)
1989 Canadian Summer Nationals
date / location Canada
1:35.00
Canada
 (Michelle Williams-24.07, Sandrine Mainville-23.62
  Taylor Ruck-23.77, Penny Oleksiak-23.54)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 11, 2016 / Windsor, Canada Canada
400 free relay 3:32.89
Canada Canada
 (Sandrine Mainville-53.86, Chantal Van Landeghem-53.12
  Taylor Ruck-53.19, Penelope Oleksiak-52.72)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 6, 2016 / Rio, Brazil Brazil
3:29.49
Canada Canada
 (Sandrine Mainville-52.72, Alexa Zevnik-52.12
  Michelle Williams-52.02, Taylor Ruck-52.63)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 6, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
800 free relay 7:45.39
Canada Canada
 (Katerine Savard-1:57.91, Taylor Ruck-1:56.18
  Brittany MacLean-1:56.36, Penelope Oleksiak-1:54.94)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 10, 2016 / Rio, Brazil Brazil
7:33.89
Canada Canada
 (Katerine Savard-1:55.53, Taylor Ruck-1:51.69,
 Kennedy Gosse-1:54.62, Penny Oleksiak-1:52.05)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 11, 2016 / Windsor, Canada Canada
200 medley relay 1:55.16
Canada Canada
 (Lori Melien, Keltie Duggan,
  Debbie Gaudin, Kristin Topham)
1989 Pan Pacs
August 1989 / Tokyo, Japan Japan
1:45.49
Canada
Kylie Masse-26.67, Kelsey Wog-29.88,
  Penny Oleksiak-25.42, Michelle Williams-23.52
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 7, 2016 / Ontario, Canada Canada
400 medley relay 3:55.49
Canada Canada
 (Kylie Masse-58.77, Rachel Nicol-1:06.81,
  Penny Oleksiak-56.75, Chantal Van Landeghem-53.16)
2016 Summer Olympics
August 12, 2013 / Rio, Brazil Brazil
3:48.87
Canada Canada
 (Kylie Masse-56.29, Rachel Nicol-1:05.13
  Katerine Savard-56.38, Penny Oleksiak-51.07)
2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
December 11, 2016 / Windsor, Canada Canada

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sutherland, James (6 April 2017). "2017 Canadian Trials: Day 1 Finals Live Recap". Retrieved 7 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Sutherland, James (9 April 2017). "Sydney Pickrem Breaks Canadian Record With World Leading 2:09.5 200 IM". Swim Swam. Retrieved 10 April 2017. 

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