OTTAWA – Swimming Canada launches rankings.swimming.ca, a new online rankings system, allowing users to go many steps further into the world of swimming statistics.
As part of an ongoing commitment to providing high quality services to its members, Swimming Canada has developed in partnership with Geologix, creators of swimrankings.net, a new powerful rankings and database tool that will compliment the existing Team Aquatic Supplies Power Rankings.
Rankings.swimming.ca allows coaches, swimmers and parents to track the swimmers’ progress and produce reports that can be posted straight on their Club bulletin boards.
But it goes many steps further!
- Top results summary – On a single page, see the best time of your swimmer in every event, both short course and long course, including FINA points, date, location and name of swim meet (view)
- Meet Results – Click on the name of any swim meet displayed on any page and you will be redirected to a page displaying the complete results for that meet, both heats and finals (view)
- Race Splits analysis – “Hover” your mouse pointer over displayed race times to quickly see the splits (view)
- Print Friendly Reports – Preview, save or print PDF reports of each swimmer, with every performance in every event for your swimmer for the last two and sometimes up to four years (view)
- Dedicated swimmer URL – You can quickly bookmark your swimmers for swimmers page for quick reference. This page will be dynamically updated with recent results (example)
A few Quick links to get you started
- Senior Male SCM – Current Season
- Senior Male SCM – All Time
- Senior Male LCM – Current Season
- Senior Male LCM – All Time
- Senior Female SCM – Current Season
- Senior Female SCM – All Time
- Senior Female LCM – Current Season
- Senior Female LCM – All Time
- Search for an Athlete
- Search for a Club
About Swimming Canada
Swimming Canada serves as the national governing body of competitive swimming. Swimming Canada’s vision of Swimming to Win; Winning for Life! reflects the lifelong attributes of the sport. The federation comprises 75,000 members and 400 swim clubs across the country. Canadians are global leaders in high performance swimming and development for both able-bodied swimmers and swimmers with a disability. Swimming is recognized as one of the most celebrated and successful Canadian summer Olympic sports. For more information on Swimming Canada, its activities and programs please visit www.swimming.ca.