Swimming Canada Lays Down ‘World Class On Track Times’ To Build On Rio Success

Team Canada celebrates bonze in the 4x200m free at the Rio Olympic Games ... the new wave starts to roll, Oleksiak, left, and Ruck, right, in the mix - by Patrick B. Kraemer

On a day when we consider the pathway followed by Jazz Carlin, Swimming Canada and one of the architects of Britain Smart Track scheme, John Atkinson, set out Track times for future prospects. The scheme is designed to build on the success Canada enjoyed at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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On a day when we consider the pathway followed by Jazz Carlin, Swimming Canada and one of the architects of Britain Smart Track scheme, John Atkinson, set out Track times for future prospects. The scheme is designed to build on the success Canada enjoyed at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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