KAZAN, Russia – Canada doubled its medal total as both Ryan Cochrane and Emily Overholt captured bronze to wrap up FINA World Championships Sunday in Kazan, Russia

Swimming Canada - KAZAN, Russia - Canada's most decorated swimmer of all time added a new medal to his collection Sunday at FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

75 Medallists from 2014 Commonwealth Games Reach the Podium at Toronto 2015

When a Canadian swimmer wins an individual world championship medal, CFC will donate $1,000 to that swimmer’s local food bank, and an additional $1,000 to their swim club,...

KAZAN, Russia – Canadian divers Roseline Filion of Laval and Meaghan Benfeito of Montreal won the silver medal on women’s 10-m synchro and earned an Olympic spot for Canada...

KAZAN, Russia – Jennifer Abel of Laval, Que., and Pamela Ware of Beloeil, Que., took silver on women’s three-metre synchro and earned an Olympic berth for Canada while...

Toronto, ON – With the afternoon sessions completed on the final day of wrestling at the 2015 Pan Am Games, Canadian wrestlers were poised to once again take their share of...

Ryan Cochrane of Victoria won the gold medal in the men’s 1500-m freestyle on Saturday to cap a great competition for Canadian swimmers at the Pan Am Games.

Ellie Black brought the Toronto Coliseum crowd to its feet last night at the Pan American Games, taking home gold for Canada in the women’s all-around competition

Swimming Canada - GLASGOW, Scotland – Benoit Huot and Aurelie Rivard both won silver medals and Katarina Roxon couldn’t hold back the tears after a gutsy performance earned...

July 14, 2015, Swimming Canada - TORONTO – Canadians advanced to finals in all six events as Pan American Games swimming competition got underway Tuesday at the Pan Am...

FABIV divers Roseline Filion of Laval, Que., and Meaghan Benfeito of Montreal won the silver and bronze medal on Saturday on women’s 10-m tower at the Pan American Games.

After allowing the Americans to open the scoring, the Canadians seemed to wake up as they stormed back to take control of the game and keep it out of reach.

The gold and silver officially brings Team Canada’s Pan Am medal total to double digits with 10.

Gagné reinforced Canada’s dominance of Hardwood Park, winning gold in men’s mountain bike

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