Participants take part in a 10-day leadership camp where they are introduced to detailed training in aquatics, lifetime leadership, nutrition and fitness. This program encourages participants to create a personal vision by providing opportunities in the areas of aquatics, lifesaving, scuba diving, first aid and recreational leadership.Read More
Swimming Canada has selected Tina Hoeben, Mandi Smith, and Annie Wolfe to be among the twelve women from across Canada to take part in a Coaching Enhancement seminar entitled “Taking the Stage” in Ottawa on February 8-9, 2019.Read More
Following up on an excellent first day of the competition, the fifteen-member contingent of Swim BC’s “Team BC” at the 2018 Ontario Junior International continued to deliver. In addition to the fifteen swimmers comprising “Team BC” at this meet, swimmers from HYACK, RAPID, COMOX, and SPART were also in attendance, making BC by far the most dominant province outside of the host Ontario.Read More
The BC contingent at the 2018 Ontario Junior International, being held at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, got off to an exemplary start, as three BC athletes stood atop the podium to accept the awards for the women’s 1500Free.Read More
Swimming Canada has selected Rob Pettifer as Head Coach – Pool for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.
The head coach of the Richmond (B.C.) Rapids Swim Club, was chosen from a group of candidates through a nationwide application process.
Prince George, B.C. (October 29, 2018) – The 2018 Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport were presented last night to eight outstanding Indigenous youth athletes from British Columbia’s Northeast Region. The Awards were presented during a formal celebration held at the Nusdeh Yoh Aboriginal Choice School in Prince George, BC. The Northeast is the first of the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council’s (I·SPARC) six regions to honour Indigenous athletes through this unique province-wide awards program.Read More