Welcome to the Canadian University Synchronized Swimming League’s Competition Updates page! Here, we will keep you updated as teams prepare for inter and intra-league competitions.
At the 2019 CUASL Nationals, Talia Cameron from the University of Ottawa was awarded the first Top All Round Novice Athlete Award, and Maria Gheta was awarded the first Top All Round Experienced Athlete Award. As role models for many novice and experienced swimmers just starting out in University, we interviewed Talia and Maria for International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements and hardwork of women around the world, and how we can make a positive difference for women around the world; and Talia and Maria certainly do that through her achievements in sport. See below for our question and answer period with Talia.
Continue reading “International Women’s Day Interview with Talia Cameron & Maria Gheta – 2019 Top All Round Athletes”
We are excited to announce that The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Synchronized Swimming Team will be hosting the Canadian University Artistic Swimming Nationals in 2020.
Continue reading “CUASL Nationals 2020 To Be Held in at the University of British Columbia”
This past weekend the 2019 Edition of the Canadian University Artistic Swimming Championships were held in Ottawa, Ontario at the Carleton University Pool. The 3 day competition was hosted by the University of Ottawa and McGill University.
The competition was fierce and over February 15-17 there was an incredible display of athleticism in the Raven’s Nest. Athletes from 13 universities across Canada participated to fight for their place at the top.
Continue reading “2019 CUASL National Championships Results”
This season, at the 2019 Canadian University Artistic Swimming Championships, the following new awards will be presented: Top Overall Experienced Athlete & Top Overall Novice Athlete. Points towards this award are tabulated similarly to the Gerry Dubrule Top University Award.
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.
Continue reading “CUASL Unveils New Branding”
Below is a list of the 2018-19 Season Tryouts for all Universities with active participation in the league. This page will be updated as meetings are confirmed and information will become available.
For more information on each university and to contact their representative, please visit the University’s Page.
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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.
Continue reading “Change to Novice Required Elements”
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.
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.
Continue reading “Results from 2018 Canadian National Championships”