New swim season starts in September! Check out the Programs and Registration Page and the Practice Schedules Page for information.

Come join us at Beaver Lake for the Annual PCS Registration BBQ
September 12, 2014 from 5:00pm to dusk.

Thank you to everyone for a great AAA meet!
Congratulations to all the swimmers and coaches!

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New Learn to Swim programs are available for the Summer!.
Check out the Lightning Fast Swim Series page for more information.

Latest News

Silver for Jon McKay at Junior Pan Pacific Championships!

Racing for Canada in Maui yesterday, Jon McKay came away with a Silver Medal in the 1500m Freestyle in a new PCS Senior Record time of 15:21.82.  Jon also swam the heats of the 200 butterfly yesterday in a new best time of 2:02.72 which put him 10th overall, and second Canadian, but he scratched at night to focus on the 1500 final.

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Updated 2014-2015 Practice Schedule Now Available

An updated 2014-2015 practice schedule has now been uploaded to the Schedule Page.  Changes for this schedule include new times for Esquimalt Lightning Fast sessions and Masters swimming at McKinnon Pool.

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2014-2015 Registration Package Now Available

The 2014-2015 PCS Registration Package is now available for download.  You can find a copy, as well as other information, from our Registration Page.

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Last Week of Swimming Camp!

There is only one week of Swimming Camp left! The last week starts this Monday August 11th at 9am and runs until Friday the 15th. There is still space available so hurry up and register before itès too late! Registration is open until the end of the first day and can be found at http://vikescamps.com/sport-development-camps/ . For Ages 8-12, Lightning Fast Level 3/Red Cross Level 6 and up.

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2014 August Mainenance Swims

Smiling Sun

Well the 2013-2014 swim season is over for most of us and for those hanging around in Victoria, there will be maintenance swims available.

From August 6-15, 2014, summer maintenance practices will be held at UVic's McKinnon pool on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30-7:00pm.

From August 18-22, 2014, summer maintenance practices will be held at UVic's Ian Stewart (outdoor) pool on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:00-8:30pm.

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Two Weeks Left of PCS Summer Camps at UVic

There are only 2 weeks left of PCS Swimming Camp at UVic: August 5-8 and August 11-15.

Camp runs from 9am to 4pm and includes a swim at McKinnon in the morning and Ian Stewart's outdoor pool in the afternoon.

Ages 8-12, Lightning Fast Level 3/Red Cross Level 6 and up.

Registration is ongoing and open until the first day of camp, found at http://vikescamps.com/sport-development-camps/

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East West Meet 2014

Day One Summary - East West Duel Meet

Winnipeg. Manitoba

The first day of competition net 2 more club records and some great swims from the PCS segment of the West Team.

At the out set of the meet Molly Gowans set the tone anchoring the 4x50 Medley Relay in a PB and handily won the 800 Fr in record time - her time of 8:55 set a new club mark. (Gowans 8:56 '14)

Jordan Andrusak set a new 200IM record for 15-17 girls going 2:17.2 (Moulton 2:17.95 '13)

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2014 Age Group Nationals Open Water Championships

St Malo, Manitoba

UVPCS claims another medal. It was warm and sunny for the start of the 2.5 and 5km races south of Winnipeg.

Eden Kormendy took an early lead in the 2.5km race for 13 year girls. She had to relinquish near the end and settled for silver in a tightly contested race.

Alandra McDowell claimed bronze in a tie for 16-18 girls 5km race

Also competing were: Rachel Sawchuk (7th) 15 year girls and Justin Howe 7th in the field of 32 16 year boys.

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2014 Age Group Nationals Age Group Nationals

Final Summary

More Record Fall. UVPCS top BC team.

It was a very strong final day of competition for Pacific Coast Swimming in Winnipeg culminating in the club's highest point score at the meet and more individual and relay records succumbing to the team's energy.

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2014 Age Group Nationals

Day Four Summary...

UVPCS cracks open next level.

It was a very strong day for the Victoria crew. The morning performances were important today. "To have a chance to break into the top three for the final score on the girls side we needed to be strong today and make each race count". And make it count they did. Seven individual swims tonight plus 2 relays - all scoring except for one relay.

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