Video Bio: English
Catherine Garceau is another Canadian team member who has quietly gained
some important international experience over the past few seasons. The
three-time national champion has swum for Canada at every major
international event since the 1997 FINA World Cup. But it was at the 1995
world junior championships that the 22-year-old Montréal native made her
first international mark winning gold in the team event. The computer
science student recently completed a public speaking course and would like
to pursue a career in business or accounting. Garceau moved to Toronto in
1998 when she qualified for the Centre of Excellence team.
Team: Catherine Garceau, Toronto; Claire-Carver-Dias, Mississauga, Ont.; Erin Chan, Calgary; Fanny Letourneau, Deux-Montagnes, Que.; Jacinthe Taillon, St-Eustache, Que.; Jessica Chase, Montreal; Kirstin Normand, Edmonton; Lyne Beaumont, Pont-Rough, Que., and Reidun Tatham, Calgary, were third after technical routine, advanced to final.
Canada's synchro team performs
Canada's technical routine
2000 Games Synchronized Swimming Coverage