It’s been a while, but here we are continuing our introduction of the 2017 Senior National Team!!
I’m Becky Maule, I was born and raised in Guelph Ontario. I have always loved swimming. When I was 7 years old, I saw a synchronized swimming booth in the Guelph mall one weekend with my mum and decided to sign up for fun! Since that day Synchro has changed my life; it has taught me so much about working with a team and many things about myself!
Guelph Synchro club is where I began my swimming career. After several happy years of growth and development, I continued my training with the Olympium Synchro swim club in a high performance program. As a part of the high performance program, I attended Silverthorn Collegiate high school in Etibocoke for 4 years, commuting every day from Guelph. In grade 11 my duet partner Rachel Kowalski and I transferred to the Granite Club for the opportunity to train with Sheilagh Croxon. The highlight of my junior career was attending World Junior Championships in Indiannapolis and winning a bronze medal! I wouldn’t be where I am today without the strong foundation and support I received from the many coaches I’ve been fortunate to work with!
As a member of the national team since 2010, I am honored to represent Canada! I am so grateful to be surrounded by such an inspiring group of people including my awesome teammates, all of our amazing coaches and talented staff! I’m excited for our upcoming challenges this year and look forward to competing at World Championships in Budapest this summer!
Over the years I’ve been swimming I have developed a love for travel! I love good music, dogs, the colour pink, and good food (especially chocolate)! I spend my free time hanging out with my close friends and family. I also really enjoy opportunities to coach and connect with young aspiring swimmers!
Feel free to get in touch with me on Facebook @BeckyMaule or follow me or my dog on instagram! @beckymaule and @dylanthedog5andoban