PCS Registration BBQ - September 11, 2015 from 5:00pm to dusk
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2015-2016 Registration BBQ at Beaver Lake

The PCS Parents Association is excited to welcome everyone to the new swim season starting in September. Our annual registration BBQ is scheduled for Friday, September 11 from 5:00pm to dusk at Beaver Lake Park (picnic area near Parking Lot 2). It's a great opportunity to meet other PCS families and enjoy some delicious food.

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2015-2016 Registration Package and Practice Schedules Are Now Available

Welcome to the 2015-2016 Swim Season!  The PCS Registration Package and the Practice Schedule for all groups is now available on the website for viewing and dowmload.

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Gowans and Tyler Strike Again In Record Form

Ft McMurray

On the final day of pool events at the beautiful MacDonald Island Park facilities, Team BC put in another great team effort to pull out in front by 43 pointts and win the team title. Impressive performances were put up on both men's and women's sides. PCS was a big part of the win picking up another four medals in tonight's events.

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PCS Athletes Score Big For Team BC at West Can Games

Fort McMurray, Alberta

After two days of competition Team BC is out front in the pool and the four PCS swimmers in the 30 strong contingent have made a big splash with 4 gold 2 silver and a bronze. The BC team has been loud and proud and lead by 31 points with one day in the pool and one day at the open water venue to go.

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Successful Weekend for Open Water Crew at Megantic

The 10km Open Water World Cup took place in Megantic, Quebec this past weekend.  PCS was represented by three swimmers - Stephanie Horner, Vicky Mock and Kaitlin Gervais all raced, and were coached by Ron Jacks.

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Day four Tyler makes cut.

On the final morning in Pointe Claire Lucas Tyler had his best ever heat swim to slide into the top 20 in 18th and get a second shot tonight. His was the only swim of the morning for PCS. Molly Gowans will round out the events for the team in the 800m Free tonight.

Finals at 6:00pm EST.

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Day Three brings continued success for PCS

Molly Gowans continued her run on medals in the freestyle events tonight. Gowans lead most of the race and faltered only just to take silver by .2 to Ludlow. Gowans 4:15 set a new Open club record in the process.

Lauren Crisp also rose to the occasion moving from 12th to 11th and cutting over 2 seconds from her prelim time going 2:14.3.

The final day of competition wraps up tomorrow.

 

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Gowans and Crisp Advance on day three.

Day three prelims in Pointe Claire: Molly Gowans took second spot in the 400m Free to advance to the A Final just behind Danica Ludlow(both 4:20and vie for her first National Championship. Lauren Crisp finished just out if the A Final in 12th (2:16) and will race for the 'queen of the B final' in 200m Backstroke.  Lucas Tyler was just over his best in 100m Butterfly (57.0).

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Gowans first National Medal.

Molly Gowans held her position in 200 m Fr to start the night for PCS. She took one second off her prelim swim to finish sixth in her first Senior National final. (2:02.3)

Minutes later Lauren Crisp snuck into the B final on a late scratch and capitalized on it moving from 21st to 17th (1:04.3)

Gowans capped the night off with a very strong performance in the 1500m staying out front with Anderson of Etobicoke to finish second and earn her first national Medal.(16:52)

 

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Gowans cruises into A Final

Day One in Pointe Claire began very strong for PCS with Molly Gowans moving up to sixth spot in the championship final. Her time of 2:03 was her fsstest heat swim and with that she will have a shot at the podium tonight.

 

Lucas Tyler also moved up taking .7 off his PB for 26.1, a very good first day result.

 

Lauren Crisp had the other swim for the team this morning finishing in 21st and just out of the B final.(1:04.4)

 

Finals begin at 6:00pm EST.

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