Canadian University Artistic Swimming League News Updates
We are recruiting for the 2020-2021 Executive Team! Full descriptions of each position are laid out below. Please note this year we do not require that someone else nominate you for positions you are interested in; you may fill in the application below yourself. If you feel you are a fit for the position butContinue reading “2020-2021 CUASL/LUCNA Executive Team Openings”
As with virtually every season: February means Nationals is near. This season, with record numbers attending Eastern Canada Divisional Championships, we are set up for one of our biggest competitions ever. We have welcomed 3+ new clubs into the league this year, are more than excited to be able to get all the athletes inContinue reading “National Championships Approaching”
A huge congratulations to UBC Synchro who competed in the Canada Artistic Swimming Canadian Championships in Kamloops, BC on May 6th-11th. UBC athletes competed in both the Senior Duet Free and Senior Team Free categories. In Senior Free Duet, athletes Katie Stirrat and Olivia Zawadiuk placed 4th with a score of 72.9667. The Senior FreeContinue reading “UBC Synchro Has Success at 2019 Canadian Championships”
Exciting changes are coming to the league next season in the realm of registration. CUASL/LUCNS will be shifting to a new online registration system through Canada Artistic Swimming, which is a significant change from what has been done in the past. We want to determine the best way to implement these changes, and how toContinue reading “CUASL Seeking Members for CAS Registration Working Group”
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. The event will take place from February 14th-16th 2020, and will be held at the brand new Aquatic Center at the University’s Vancouver Campus. The UBC Thunderbirds Team previouslyContinue reading “CUASL Nationals 2020 To Be Held in at the University of British Columbia”
The Université Laval in Quebec City, Quebec, will be joining the Canadian University Artistic Swimming League for the 2019-2020 Season! The University was founded in 1852, and has a beautiful, 50M pool available for the team to train in. While there has never been a university artistic swimming team from this school, this pool isContinue reading “New Team at Université Laval”
L’Université Laval de Québec se joindra à la Ligue universitaire canadienne de natation artistique pour la saison 2019-2020! L’université a été fondée en 1852 et à une magnifique piscine de 50 m pour l’entraînement et la compétition. Même s’il n’y a jamais eu d’équipe universitaire de natation artistique à cette université, cette piscine connaît trèsContinue reading “Université Laval se joindra à la LUCNA”
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 forContinue reading “nternational Women’s Day Interview with Talia Cameron & Maria Gheta – 2019 Top All Round Athletes”
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’sContinue reading “2019 CUASL National Championships Summary”
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. See the following table for details: Placing Solo Duet Team 1 16 14 12 2Continue reading “Two New Awards to be Given Out at 2019 National Championships”
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