Warren  Barnes

Warren Barnes

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Living Realty Inc., Brokerage*

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Warren  Barnes

Warren Barnes

Sales Representative

Living Realty Inc., Brokerage*

Mobile:
647-628-5369
Office:
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Warren Barnes (born May 6, 1985) is a former Canadian swimmer. He was a National Team Member, and University of Pittsburgh alumnus.[1][2] He competed on the Canadian National Team from 2009-2012, and won the last race of his career at Canadian Nationals in 2013.[3]

He is a five time National Champion in the breaststroke events. His first career win was in 2010, and he also set two Ontario records that year.[4] His most notable accomplishment was his 4th-place finish at the Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico 2011.[5] He was also named most valuable swimmer in Ontario in 2011, earning the Bob Pirie award.[6] Warren now coaches Canada's next generation of swimmers at Region of Waterloo swim club (ROW swim club)

In 2014-15, he occasionally came into coach at Upper Canada College's Varsity Swim Team.



Education: University of Pittsburgh




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Warren Barnes (born May 6, 1985) is a former Canadian swimmer. He was a National Team Member, and University of Pittsburgh alumnus.[1][2] He competed on the Canadian National Team from 2009-2012, and won the last race of his career at Canadian Nationals in 2013.[3]

He is a five time National Champion in the breaststroke events. His first career win was in 2010, and he also set two Ontario records that year.[4] His most notable accomplishment was his 4th-place finish at the Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico 2011.[5] He was also named most valuable swimmer in Ontario in 2011, earning the Bob Pirie award.[6] Warren now coaches Canada's next generation of swimmers at Region of Waterloo swim club (ROW swim club)

In 2014-15, he occasionally came into coach at Upper Canada College's Varsity Swim Team.



Education: University of Pittsburgh