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.
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”
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.
Continue reading “3 CUSSL Routines to Compete at 2018 Canadian Championships”