Rachel Enns

Rachel is homegrown Olympium, having swam her way through recreational, pre-comp, provincial and HP. She’s spent the last few years in Ottawa coaching & swimming for both Nepean and Carleton University, alongside finishing her undergrad. She’s excited to be back with the Olympium family, and is looking forward to a fantastic season working alongside Cara and the rest of the coaching team.

Claire Caskey

This will mark my third year as part of The Olympium coaching team!

I took my first dive into the world of synchronized swimming at the young age of 7 when I joined the evening program at Olympium Synchro. Over the years, I dedicated myself to the sport, progressing to compete on a national level.

During my competitive years, I achieved significant milestones. In 2011, I proudly earned a spot on the 13-15 National Team, followed by joining the Junior National Team in 2013. In 2014, my peak year before retiring from competitive swimming, my team and I clinched the Gold at Nationals. I also secured second place in Figures and the Combo routine, and a commendable third place in the solo category.

Representing Canada, I had the privilege of competing internationally in Italy and Puerto Rico. I also had the honor of competing for Team Ontario and Granite Synchro in destinations as diverse as Peru, Prague, and the USA.

Artistic swimming isn’t just a sport for me; it’s a lifelong passion. Even after retiring from competitive swimming, I continued to stay connected to the sport. Last summer, I had the incredible experience of swimming in Japan with our Master’s team at the World Aquatics Masters Championships, where we proudly claimed the Gold for our team.

Beyond my dedication to synchronized swimming, I currently hold a full-time position with the City of Toronto in Court Services.

I’m excited to bring my wealth of experience and passion for the sport to my coaching role at The Olympium for another successful year!

Cara Duncan

Cara began swimming recreationally at the age of 8 and quickly fell in love with the sport! She swam on provincial level teams as well as masters teams for Brant synchro before representing McMaster University at the national level for 3 years. She has coached recreational teams and spent many years working in the AWD program. Cara is working towards her comp intro coaching certification and is so excited to be joining the Olympium team this year!

Cherry McConnell

Cheryl_photo-283x300Cherry started the sport of synchronized swimming when she was 8 years old at the Recreational level. She moved to the Provincial level when she was 11 at MSSA and joined the Olympium family when she was 16 swimming at the National level. She has been coaching since 2001 and has coached all levels from Recreational to National since then. In 2008 Cheryl successfully introduced the Swim Synchro program into the City of Toronto and continues to develop and lead this program for the City. She also continues to compete in the sport at the Masters level, where she has attended FINA Worlds Masters Championships.

Diana Selemeneva


Evening Competitive Coach

Diana swam with OSSC for 5 years, 4 of which were on provincial teams. . In her first year coaching a team, she led OSSC’s 13-15 team to a gold medal at the Novice Championships. A recipient of the Amy Caskey Leadership Award, Diana will bring her outstanding leadership skills to our evening competitive program this season. She is a certified lifeguard; is working on her NCCP Introduction to Competition level and is fluent in three languages. She’s very energetic and loves to coach!