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Pointe Claire, QC – The 2022 Eastern Canadian Swimming Championships brings together a great mix of Canada’s senior, youth, and junior swimmers from Eastern Canada, including World Champion Katarine Savard. This National Championship is held the same weekend as the Western Canadian Swimming Championships that are taking place in Edmonton, AB.

The competition will be hosted at the Pointe Claire Aquatic Centre, April 21-24th. This long course competition serves as an excellent racing and development opportunity for Youth and Junior competitors. Youth age groups are 13-15 for female and 14-16 for male; Senior age groups are 16 & older for female and 17 & older for male.

Preliminaries will begin at 9:00am local time and finals at 6:00pm local time daily.

The following 24 swimmers from across Nova Scotia will be competing against over 700 swimmers from 110 Eastern Canadian Swim Teams:

Sophia DeaneDartmouth Crusaders Swim Club (DCSC)
Rachael Blackmore, Aliyah Bloom, Oliver Bourne, Alexander Bouchard, Ella Brocklehurst, Ella Collins, Charlotte Evans, Cassidy Karrel, Isobel McBride, Éadaoin McGrath, Ashleigh McKenna, Isabelle Melanson, Will Myrer, Owen Nicholson, Julie Nolan-McCarthy, Agaron Ramos, Sophie RooneyHalifax Trojan Aquatic Club (HTAC)
Ella Dobson, Hannah MacLeod, Katharine Dawson, Juliette Mercier, Natasha Sexton-QuillanSackville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT)
Madison BondTruro Centurions Swim Club (TCSC)

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