Brock University to Start Team

The 2018 CUSSL Nationals were hosted at the Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario. After having a successful event at an incredible pool, swimmers at the University will be starting a team for the 2018-19 season.

Brock University Logo

Led by Alyssia Leithwood, the team is currently looking to recruit swimmers for their team for next year! If you are interested in joining, please email Alyssia at brocksynchro@gmail.com for more information!

Dalhousie University to Start Team

Caitlin Schropp is an experienced swimmer in the league, having swum with The University of Waterloo for 4 years, and will be starting a team at Dalhousie University for the 2018-19 season.

Dalhousie University Logo

The league is extremely excited to welcome participation from our second university on the east coast. It will, however, be our only active university, as the University of PEI is currently not participating in the league.

Contact Caitlin Schropp at dalhousiesynchro@gmail.com for more information on joining the team. All levels are welcome!

Results from 2018 Canadian National Championships

Carleton Ravens Team 2018
Dan Robichaud Photography

Congratulations to all of our routines that competed at the 2018 Canadian National Artistic Swimming Championships in Windsor, Ontario. We had 4 routines compete from 3 different universities across Canada! Our athletes competed in a stacked senior field against members of the current Canadian National  Team, and we could not be prouder of their results!

Swimmers who competed at this event qualified by placing in the top 3 of their category at the CUSSL National Championships held at Brock University in February 2018.

Our soloist Maddie Berry from the University of Ottawa placed 12th in the Senior Tech Solo event with a score of 65.9266. Maddie also competed in the Senior Free solo event, placing 6th with a score of 68.9. Combined, Maddie placed 6th overall with a score of 134.8266.

Our duet representing the University of British Columbia, Katie Stirrat and Olivia Zawadiuk, competed in the Senior Free Duet Category. They placed 4th with a score of 71.8333 .

Finally, Carleton University represented CUSSL well in the Senior Free Team, also placing 4th with a score of 67.2000. Swimmers on this team are:  Elise Bordeleau, Sophia Brandt, Elizabeth Cross, MacKenzie Lafreniere, and Sydney Van Bakel.

Congratulations to all our athletes on ending the 2017-18 season on an incredible note, and representing CUSSL well at the highest level of competition in Canada. We cannot wait to see what everyone has in store for next season!

3 CUSSL Routines to Compete at 2018 Canadian Championships

Photo by Dan Robichaud Photography

Every year, the top 3 routines at CUSSL Nationals in the Experienced Team, Duet, and Solo categories qualify to compete in the 2018 Canadian Championships in the senior category of their respective routines.

This season, 3 of the CUSSL routines that qualified for the 2018 Canadian Championships will be attending.

University of Ottawa‘s Second place soloist, Maddie Berry, will be competing in both the Senior Tech Solo and Senior Free Solo categories.

Competing in the Senior Free Duet category, is the University of British Columbia‘s duet who placed first at CUSSL Nationals. The swimmers are: Olivia Zawadiuk and Katie Stirrat.

CUSSL’s third place experienced team, Carleton University, will be competing in the Senior Free Team category. Swimmers on this team are as follows: Ellie Bordeleau, Elly Cross, Greer Gemin, MacKenzie Lafreniere, Sydney Van Bakel, and Sophia Brandt.

CUSSL is extremely proud to be sending such strong, successful group of routines and athletes to this year’s Canadian Artistic Swimming Championships, and look forward to supporting them April 24-28, 2018.

For a complete schedule of events and to watch the events live, visit the Synchro Canada website here.