Swimming Canada/Ian MacNicol
Swimming Canada/Ian MacNicol

Sophie Angus


  • Debuted at the World Aquatics Championships in 2022, competing in the 100m breaststroke
  • Earned her spot on the 2022 World Championship team with her win in the 100m breaststroke at the Canadian Swimming Trials  
  • Won the 100m breaststroke at the Canadian Trials for a second straight year in 2023 
  • Member of women’s and mixed 4x100m medley relays that both won silver at the 2022 Commonwealth Games; competed individually in 50m and 100m breaststroke events  
  • First represented Canada in 2018 at the short course FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) 
  • Won bronze in the women’s 4x100m medley relay at the 2019 Universiade; individual highlight was fifth-place finish in 50m breaststroke 
  • Swam collegiately for Northwestern University where she was an All-American in the 100m breaststroke as a senior in 2020-21; owns the school record in the 100m breaststroke

A Little More About Sophie

Getting into the Sport: Growing up in the United States, she qualified for the U.S. Senior Nationals at age 14 and competed in the 2016 US Olympic Trials…

Notable International Results

World Aquatics Championships: 2022 – 24th (100m breaststroke)  Commonwealth Games: 2022 – SILVER (4x100m medley), SILVER (mixed 4x100m medley), 9th (50m breaststroke), 11th (100m breaststroke)  Universiade: 2019 – BRONZE (4x100m medley), 5th (50m breaststroke), 15th (100m breaststroke), 16th (200m breaststroke)  World Aquatics World Swimming Championships (25m): 2018 – 26th (100m breaststroke), 10th (4x50m medley), 17th (mixed 4x50m medley), 7th (4x100m medley)