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Vikes Giving Day

Our VIKES varisty team is participating in the 1st annual Vikes Giving Day taking place on February 1st, 2023. Our varisty coaches and swimmers strive for high performance competition and training. Supporting the VIKES team allows them to travel to National and International Competitions, paving their path to excellence. 

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Lightning Fast December Newsletter

Be sure to catch up on all things happening Lightning Fast by taking a look through our December newsletter! 


Congratulations to our 2021-22 Awards Winners

Congratulations to all of our 2021-22 Award Recipients! Thank you to those who came out to our Awards night to help support our winners. 



Bennett Cup Meet Highlights

Our first Victoria swim meet showed successful for PCS with many best time, as well as Divisonal and Provincial Qualifiyng times. On day 3, we had a new club record for Katie McLaren in the 10&under 50m breaststroke with a time of 41.28


Peter Vizsolyi in his 40th year of Head Vikes coach

Congratulations to Varsity Head Coach Peter Vizsolyi entering his 40th year as Head Coach of the Vikes swim team, as well as working as Uvic-Pacific Coast Swimming's Technical Director of swimming for the past twenty years. Read more here. Via: University of Victoria Varisty Athletics. 



Sophie Wood named Female Para swimmer of the year

Congratulations to swimmer and coach Sophie Wood for being named Swim BC para swimmer of the year! 


Practices starting this week!

Practices are starting THIS WEEK! 

With some pool closures, some groups will have modified group schedules for the month of September. Please contact your coach (contact information located in About Us --> Coaches-->) to confirm your swimmer's schedule. 

Happy 2022 - 23 season!!


Former PCS swimmer Daniel Damian to medal at Summer Games

Congratulations to former UVPCS swimmer Daniel Damian competed at the 2022 Canada Summer games as a triathlete. Damian swam with Pacific Coast Swimming for many years, with his family still actively involved with the club. Daniel's team of 4 in the mixed relay defended their gold title in the event. Damian also finished second in both of his individual events in the Niagara region to take home 3 medals from the 2022 Canada Summer Games. 


Sunday Wrap-up at BC summer games

The timed Sunday finals in Prince George finished well for our atheltes partcipating at 2022 BC Summer games. Our day started off with the 4x50m freestyle relay - the girl's team (E. Saska, K. Owens, A. Neal, & T. Stehpen) placed 3rd but just over a second. The Zone 6 boy's team (A. Camaraire, Z. Millns, R. Lee, & C. Gonzales) placed 4th with the top 4 teams within 1.5. Following the relays came 200m IM where Saska placed 9th overall in the timed finals. Right behind her was Avery Neal, placing 10th and taking off 1.3 seconds.


Saturday at BC Summer Games

Saturday at BC summer games harboured another sucessful day for our athletes. To start us off, Avery Neal swam a superb 200m freestyle, dropping 2 seconds off her personal best and placing 3rd overall. Shortly behind Avery was Elizabeth, who placed 5th, moving up one spot and dropping 2.3 seconds off her best. Following the girls was the boy's 200m freestyle, where Alex went for his 3rd gold in the freestyle events, dropping almost 3 full seconds off his best for a time of 2:02.72. In the same race was Rubin, who took off a significant 8.5 seconds off his best time in the freestyle.



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