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PCS Going to Spain and Korea

The 2003 World Championship Trials proved to be very successful meet for the swimmers from Pacific Coast Swimming as three swimmers and two coaches will represent Canada this summer. David Creel and Karley Stutzel will be swimming in what has been called the 'Oldest Swimming Pool' the Mediterranean sea this summer as they compete for Canada at the World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Creel and Stutzel will swim the 5km and 10km Open Water races as Pacific Coast Swimming coach Ron Jacks will be the head coach for the open water team.

Later on in the summer Christin Petelski and coach Peter Vizsolyi will travel to Korea for the 2003 FISU World University Games. Petelski qualified for her 100 breaststroke swim in a time of 1:11.16. Her time was high enough on the points charts to place Vizsolyi as head coach of the Canadian team.

The summer will be exciting as everyone will be watching as Canada takes on the World at the World Aquatic Championships in Barcelona, the Pan American Games in Santo Domingo and the FISU Games in Korea. Stay tuned for pictures of your Canadian national team members for the summer of 2003.

Good luck to Dave, Karley, Ron, Christin and Peter.