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Tier 1 Session 4

Pacific Coast Swimmers continued to swim well during the 4th session of the Swim BC Tier 1 Championships in Kelowna BC.
Nolan Crisp was our first individual event scorer of the session in the boys 11&U 200IM A Final where he finished in 5th place, slightly off his best time from the morning session.
Alonso Gutierrez was also in the 200IM and placed 3rd in the B Final for 11th overall and under his best time by over 3 seconds.


Tier 1 - Session 3

Saturday a.m. started with 2 events 200 IM with over 370 entries!! 45 heats later PCS finished with 20 out of 21 best times!!

Congratulations to the swimmers who endured that number of heats and were still able to perform at their best.

Griffin, Nolan, and Alonso will have another chance at the finals this afternoon.

After that a.m. swim PCS boys are placed 6th overall and combined we are 9th.

Griffin Arnatt broke a long standing 400 Freestyle club record (2003) previously held by long time PCS and UVic swimmer Craig Dagnall.


Tier 1 - Session 2

After a short break as the meet is large, and run short course in one pool only the swimmers returned for session 2.

The session began with the 200 Medley Relays our 12 & Under girls place 13th 2 seconds out of the top 8 positions.

The boys 13 & U relay placed 2nd in a time of 2:04.21 just behind VPSC with some good efforts and Nathan Chow closing fast in a time of 26.18.

Next up was the 200 Free final in which Nolan placed 3rd in a time of 2:17.11. Followed by Griffin who finished in 7th.


Tier 1 - Session 1

The Pacific Coast Tier 1 swimmers had a really good first session, swimming lifetime best Short course times in 22 out of 24 swims. That 92% best time percentage at this time of the swim season is a job really well done. 
A good percentage of our team is at or near the bottom of their age groups eg. 11 year old girl in the 11/12 age group. The meet is very competitive as the whole province is represented.. 34 teams in total. PCS has 19 swimmers at the meet one of the larger clubs represented. 


Eric Hedlin and Jon McKay finish 2nd and 4th at Flowers Sea Swim!

This morning Eric and Jon swam in the Flowers Sea Swim at Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.  Eric finished 2nd, losing out only to former World Champion and Olympic 4th place swimmer Jordan Wilimovsky.  Jon McKay was the 3rd place Canadian, placing 4th, just 0.5 seconds behind Hau-Li Fan of Vancouver.  Coach Ron Jacks described it as a 'Great Race' for both Eric and Jon.  Congratulates swimmers and coaches!


Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to all our fantastic PCS dads! We hope all the PCS crew are enjoying this beautiful Victoria Day.


6 PCS Swimmers Named to BC Summer Games Team

Congratulations to the following swimmers, who have now officially been named to the 2018 BC Summer Games Team: Arran Robertson, Griffin Arnatt, Maia DenisNathan Chow, Sydney Meldrum, and Taiki Hiraoka!


Eric Hedlin Named to 2018 Pan Pacific Games Team

Eric Hedlin was named to the 2018 Pan Pacific Games Team for the 10km Open Water Race.  His 1500 Freestyle time from the spring qualified him for the team.  Congratulations Eric and coach Ron Jacks!


Hyack Meet Day 1 & 2 Finals Results

Day 1 Finals of the HYACK Festival Youth Cup started off with the 4x50 Medley Relay.

The Girls 11-12 team of Bridget Rupert, Annika Rupert, Mello Di and Lucy Hallett swam to a 9th place finish.

The Girls 13-14 team of Bridget Rupert, Kali Lancaster, Sydney Meldrum and Teagan Hunt swam to a 2nd place finish.

The first individual event of the night for UVPCS was the Girls 14-15 A Final of the 200BF where Teagan Hunt placed 4th.

In the Girls 14-15 100BR A Final Laura Rincon swam to a 5th place finish.


Ogilvie Fly Final Indy Grand Prix

Keir Ogilvie tied his PB in first event to slide into the C final here in Indianapolis, in 100 Fly. Ogilvie  and team Bc had a exciting evening last night after arriving in time to witness Katie Ledecky crush her own World Record by 5 seconds in the 1500m. BC will have seven swims tonight. Live feed on USA swimming 7:00pm EST. Watch it! Like us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 



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