Swimming Press Release

 Results from 2021 Atlantic Cup Swimming Championships

Swimming New Brunswick – Swimming NB is very pleased to announce the results from this past weekend’s 2021 Atlantic Cup Swimming Championships. The Swimming NB sanctioned event was hosted by the Fredericton Astronauts Swim Team. Approximately 155 swimmers from Atlantic Canada were in attendance from 2nd July 2021 to 4th July 2021 to compete in the Canada Games Aquatic Centre in Saint John, New Brunswick. 

The event drew swimmers from eleven clubs throughout New Brunswick and from St. John’s in Newfoundland and Labrador. It was the first meet in Canada to hold age group finals since March 2020.

Award Winners:

NameClubAge group | GenderAgePoints
Sara McNabbFAST13&U | Women12300
Daniel DuguayFAST13&U | Men13270
Brooklyn DouthwrightCNBO14&O | Women18300
Jaxson RowSJL14&O | Men14230
High Point Individual Award Winners
NameCLUBSwimFina Point
Brooklyn DouthwrightCNBO100m Backstroke790
Female Swimmer of the Meet (Top FINA point swim)
Jacob GallantFAST200m Individual Medley741
Male Swimmer of the Meet (Top FINA point swim)
Danielle DorrisCNBO50m Butterfly1073
Female Para Swimmer of the Meet (highest SNC WPC point system swim)
Jesse CanneyFAST100m Backstroke661
Male Para Swimmer of the Meet (highest SNC IPC point system swim)
TOP TeamPoints
High point team recognition


Sara McNabbFAST11-12 year | Women100m Butterfly LC1:09.83
Brooklyn DouthwrightCNBOSenior | Women100m Backstroke LC1:02.87
NB Provincial Records set
NameClub CLass | GenderEventTime
Danielle DorrisCNBOS7 | Women50m Butterfly LC34.38
Canadian record set

With this time, Danielle Dorris annihilated her own national record from six weeks ago by 0.65 seconds, which makes her one to watch at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games set to get under way on 24th August 2021.

Full meet results and scores can be retrieved via the following URL:


The Atlantic Cup was followed by a combined NextGen and HighPerformance Camp on Monday, 5th July 2021 delivered by Marta Belsh|FAST and assisted by Eric Kenney|CNS, Mohamed Rachidi|NES and Brian Wood|TIDE. The camp also included a virtual session with National Development Coach Ken McKinnon for the attending 17 swimmers from five clubs across the province. 

For more information contact:

Marwen Ghali | Executive Director

PO Box 146
Moncton NB  E1C 8R9

e-mail| swimnb@nb.aibn.com

website| www.swimnb.ca