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Day 1 of the Swim BC Tier 2 Winter Championships

On Day 1 of the Swim BC Tier 2 Winter Championships Hosted by the Kamloops Classic Swim Club UVPCS started off the competition with a silver medal for Naeva Scott Bouris in the 13-14 Girls 1500 Freestyle which was a timed Final Event during the preliminary session.

Her teammate Teagan Hunt swam to a 4th place finish respectively also in the 13-14 Girls 1500 Freestyle.

Jane Maycock swam to an 8th Place finish in the 15-18 Girls 1500 Freestyle.

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UVPCS and Vikes Legend MacKenzie Downing to be inducted into the UVic Sports Hall of Fame!

VICTORIA – The University of Victoria is pleased to announce the 2018 class for the UVic Sports Hall of Fame to be honoured at the Annual Celebration of Champions banquet on Apr. 4 at the Victoria Conference Centre. Vikes women's swimmer MacKenzie Downing, a five-time CIS All-Canadian and 17-time CIS medal winner, will be the lone individual inductee, while the 1987 women's cross country championship winning team and the 1994 to 1997 men's cross country championship dynasty will round out the three inductions set to be honoured for 2018.

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Hedlin swims to silver as Vikes finish in Top 5 at U SPORTS Championship

VICTORIA – The University of Victoria Vikes swimming teams wrapped up the U SPORTS National Championships, hosted Feb. 22-24 in Toronto, Ont., with multiple personal bests as well as one gold and five silver medals. The Vikes women finished fifth in the team standings, while the men were fourth overall.
 

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Hanus golden, picks up fourth medal on Day 2 of U SPORTS Swimming Championship

VICTORIA – In her fourth and final individual event, University of Victoria Vikes women's swimmer Danielle Hanus finally found gold following three silver medal at the 2018 U SPORTS Swimming Championships at Varsity Pool in Toronto, Ont. Hanus took gold in the 200-m butterfly event and claimed silver earlier in the night in the 100-m backstroke.
 
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Vikes finds silver lining on opening day of U SPORTS Swimming Championship

VICTORIA – The University of Victoria Vikes got on the podium three times on the opening day of the U SPORTS Swimming Championship, hosted Feb. 22-25 in Toronto, Ont., thanks to silver medals from second years Danielle Hanus and Josh Zakala. Ranked in the U SPORTS Top 5 in six events, Hanus earned silver in both the 50-m backstroke and 100-m butterfly events, finishing behind 2016 Olympic medalist and World Champion Kylie Masse from Toronto. Zakala wrapped up the individual events of the day by finishing second in the men's individual medley.
 
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Australian Open Water Nationals - Eric Hedlin Strikes Gold in the 5km

UVic and UVPCS swimmers Eric Hedlin and Chris Deegan were in South Australia's Brighton Beach this past weekend, competing in the 10km Open Water race, as well as the 5km Open Water Time Trial event. 

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VIR's DAY 4

Highlights from the last session of the VIR championships included Pacific Coast Swimming winning the meet for a 5th straight time scoring an overall combined 4834.5 points, well ahead of the next team, Island Swimming, with 2692 points.

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VIR's Day 3

PCS increased the points lead today thanks to a boost from the B National group. On the girls side, Naeva Scott Bouris is leading the charge with 116 points, followed closely by Sydney Meldrum, 92, and Kali Lancaster, 81. Griffin Arnatt still held onto his lead from yesterday with 138 points, followed by Daniel Damian, 85, and Taiki Hiraoka, 73 points.

In the 11-12 Boys 200 IM Griffin Arnatt broke 2:40 for the first time to take second place.

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VIR Championships Day 1 & 2

Pacific Coast Swimming leads the meet after two days.

Our top scoring boy so far for the VIR championships is lead by Griffin Arnatt after 2 days of fast swimming, he is currently holding 69 points for the team. Arnatt had a speedy race in the 200 freestyle last night breaking a long time club record set back in 2003 by Craig Dagnall, in a time of 2:16.85. Way to go Griffin!

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Ron Jacks and Richard Weinberger win Swimming Canada Splash Awards!

A pair of world-record setting backstrokers headline the awards, with Kylie Masse taking Female Swimmer of the Year (Olympic Program), while Shelby Newkirk is the Female Para-swimmer of the Year.

Masse became Canada’s first female world champion at the FINA World Championships when she won the 100-m backstroke in Budapest in an unprecedented 58.10. It was the country’s first world record on the Olympic program side since Annamay Pierse (200-m breaststroke) in 2009.

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