Meet Report | 2022 Bell Canadian Swimming Trials

April 11, 2022

Here’s the Meet Report for the 2022 Bell Canadian Swimming Trials from April 5th-10th, 2022:

Team Goals

The Team Goals for this meet were to achieve peak performance in a Trials environment. The Canadian Swimming Trials are the highest level of meet in Canadian swimming, featuring both junior and senior swimmers trying their hardest for spots on teams like the World Championships and the Commonwealth Games. It’s an exciting environment that is also tremendously stressful; swimmers must be at their very best and must manage incredible highs and lows over the course of the week.  Great job to all of our OSC swimmers!

Swimmer Stats
The club brought 8 swimmers to this event. We had 16 personal bests, 3 podium places, and 3 new club records. Congratulations to Hayden Visscher on his new record in 15-17 year old Boys 100m Breaststroke (1:04.46). Another record was set by Tanner Cole, in the 15-17 Boys 400m Individual Medley (4:35.91). Congratulations, Tanner! Finally, a third club record was set by Avery Wiseman in the Open Girls 50m Breaststroke (31.47). Congrats Avery! The swimmer with the largest improvement was Tanner Cole, with an improvement of 6.75 seconds in the 400m Individual Medley, going from 4:42.66 to 4:35.91. Congratulations Tanner!