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Swim-A-Thon 2015 Kicks Off March 1st!

Swim-A-Thon 2015 kicks off this coming Sunday March 1st! Information, including Swim-A-Thon dates by group, will be delivered to your inbox over this coming week so that you can set up your fundraising accounts starting this weekend. Our club goal for this season is $25,000 and we will have 8 weeks to fundraise it.

Exciting new incentives and inter-group challenges will be part of the fun this year. Don't forget to use your social media platforms to spread the word and make this fundraiser a success!

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Western Canadian Champs 2015

Edmonton: PCS Top 8 teams. Women 6th. More gold final Day.

The final day of competition at Western Canadian Champs was another strong one for the Bolts. In spite of fatigue the team continued to show spirit and speed. The group remained impressive in their leadship and vocal support for those on the blocks and it showed on the score board.

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Western Canadian Champs 2015

The longer a competition goes on with heats, finals, triumph and disappointment, early mornings, late evenings and thousands of meters done in preparation for a competition, the more competitors get weeded out. 4-5-6 day meets and multiple competitions in succession are part of top level swimming. Only teams that come in healthy and fit and who stick together can show perserverance and presence of mind in the finals sessions of a major competition. Today was such a day for the PCS athletes who showed up enthusiastic and competitive this morning.

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McKay Swims to Bronze to Close Out Victoria-Hosted National Championship

VICTORIA, B.C. University of Victoria Vikes swimmer Jon McKay was the lone Vike to get on the podium, wrapping up the three-day 2015 Speedo CIS Championship with a bronze medal in the 1500m freestyle. The Victoria-hosted Championship saw UBC sweep the team titles, with the T-Bird women capturing their fourth-consecutive and 20th overall title.
 

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Western Canadian Champs

Edmonton:

Day Three 

Preliminaries were very strong. The group showed great strength and diversification. After Prelims today all 10 of the athletes representing the team in the meet have made second swims after today. The morning was capped by the girls 4x50 F.R.(Sawchuk, Ballantyne, Gowans, Crisp broke the club 15-17 and Senior record and well as the regional record(1:50.4) and concluded just off the podium in fourth. The session resulted in 9 individual swims getting through to the finals.

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CIS Day 2

CIS University Championships delivered another great day at the pool including some great swims from the Vikes.

Ryan Howe started off the night in the 100 Backstroke, finishing in 4th in the B-Final, 12th overall in a time of 58.61 Long Course after qualifying in a time of 55.57 Short Course.

In the 400 Fr, Kaity Gervais came from behind to win the B-Final of the 400 Free in a time of 4:23.68 Long Course.

Jon McKay also came from behind in the Men's 400 Free but couldn't quite earn a medal, placing 4th overall in a time of 3:57.93 Long Course.

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Western Canadian Championships 2015

Edmonton:

Day Two Finals: Another strong night for PCS.

Allison Ballantyne lead the scoring in the first event taking 15th spot in 100m Freestyle in her best time(1:00.79). Teammate Molly Gowans tucked away the first medal of the night with a silver, a PB(57.70) and a club 15-17 record, tying the existing mark. Rachel Sawchuk moved to 17th(1:00.12).

Eden Kormendy finished 20th in 100m Breast. But came back a short while later moving up in 400IM(5:14) to 13th.

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Western Canadian Championships 2015

Edmonton:

Day Two prelim results:

The second morning dawned warm for Edmonton and hot in the pool for PCS. The crew finished the session with 11 individual finals for tonight and one relay.

Allison Ballantyne cruised into the B final in 100m Freestyle(1:01.3) and added 400IM(18th) an hour later in her best.(5:22)

Eden Kormendy 18th in 100Br and 12th in 400IM

Rachel Sawchuk got herself through in 100Fr at 1:00.2 for 16th.

Lauren Crisp 16th in 400IM and 7th in 50 Bk

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Good first day for Vikes at CIS Championships, new UVPCS Relay Record!

It was a great heats session for the Vikes, as most swims resulted in Best Time performances.  In general, it was the weakest of the three days for the vikes in terms of events, but seeing so many best times go down is a great way to start the meet.

Jon McKay and Ryan Howe swam lifetime bests in the prelims of the 200 Freestyle (1:50.18 and 1:50.59 Short Course) to earn spots in the B-Final, and in the Long Course final finished 12th and 15th overall in 1:53.60 and 1:55.58.

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Western Canadian Championships 2015

4x100 Bronze

Edmonton:

Day one finals: The first evening of finals was a very good one for PCS with 2 Gold, 2 Silver amd 1 Bronze.

Molly Gowans had another very strong session taking Gold in 200 Freestyle (2:01.64), tying with teammate Lauren Crisp for Silver in 100Bk(1:05.23), a second Gold in 800 Fr(8:50.76) and swimming 3rd in the 4x100F.R to help the team take Bronze. Gowans 200Fr clipped 2 seconds off the Senior Club record and 12 seconds off the 15-17 club record.

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