CUASL Unveils New Branding

 

Canadian University Artistic Swimming League
Designed by Comme Pas Deux

On October 7th 2018, the newly named Canadian University Artistic Swimming League launched their new branding, with a new logo and new image.

Designed by Comme Pas Deux, located in Montreal, QC, the logo focuses on highlighting our love for the pool and water, and our commitment to our teams and clubs all across Canada. It combines these two items imperative to our story, with the red and blue text, the waves, and the maple leaf.
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Change to Novice Required Elements

McGill University Novice Required Element
Novice Required Team Element – Bent Knee

As per the rulebook, the Novice Required Elements are to be revised every two (2) years. This year, upon revising the elements, the committee changed various elements, as well as adding a 5th element to the Novice Required Team elements.

These changes were reviewed and approved by CUASL’s Chief Judge and Registrar Wendy Yule. These changes will go into effect for the 2018-19 season. The elements will be reviewed again in the summer of 2020.
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Meet the Clubs: Laurentian University

Laurentian University Team Highlight
Dan Robichaud Photography

In the 2017-18 season, Laurentian University entered a competitive team into the league. The team composed of Emma Cushnie, Colleen Daly, Candice Larochelle, Daniela Lobo, Lyanne Paquette, Alystra Riddel, Hunter Truong-Nguyen, and Cassandra Young, placed 10th in a tough field of teams at Nationals. The team scored 63.500 points. The team stood out for their amazing highlights and expressive swimmers.
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Meet the Clubs: Lakehead University

Lakehead University Duet
Lakehead University Duet

Lakehead University Synchro Team trains out of the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse  in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

In the 2017-18 season, Lakehead entered a duet into the experienced category, and finished an extremely strong 8th place out of 16 duets. Swimmers this year were Stephanie Bourrie and Raelyn Judge, and coached by Amanda Roberts. amanda.roberts@live.com.
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