Team Canada's artistic swimming team performsAntoine Saito
Antoine Saito

Kenzie Priddell


  • Was the alternate for Team Canada’s artistic swimming team at Tokyo 2020 
  • Member of the senior national team program since 2019 
  • Represented Canada at the World Aquatics Championships in 2019, 2022 and 2023 
  • Was a member of the Canadian team that won team acrobatic silver and team free bronze at the 2023 World Aquatics Artistic Swimming World Cup Super Final; also competed in the duet technical and free events

A Little More About Kenzie

Getting into the Sport: Fell in love with swimming in her backyard pool, where she first learned how to swim… Began artistic swimming at age 9, started competing in national level events at age 13… Outside Interests: Would like to pursue a career in psychology… Working towards a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Regina… Odds and Ends: Inspired by Olympians Élise Marcotte and Claudia Holzner… Gets very excited if she finds a penny, as she considers them to be good luck charms… Favourite motto: “Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside of you that is greater than any obstacle”–Christian D. Larson.. Always travels with a stuffed cat given to her by her mom…

Notable International Results

World Aquatics Championships: 2023 - 6th (team acrobatic), 14th (team technical), 18th (duet technical); 2022 - 7th (team highlight), 8th (team technical); 2019 - 7th (team free), 4th (team highlight)