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Day Five from Winnipeg

Sunday marked the final day of the lengthy, yet exciting Junior National Champs. 680 swimmers competed over the six day event. The inclusion of the mixed relays and the format of relay Heat/Finals made for a physically, mentally challenging week. PCS stayed tough and averaged 25pts per swimmer.. one of the highest in the competition.

PCS had four individual finalists and one Relay on the final pool day. 


Chris Deegan finishes 1st 32km FINA Grand Prix in 7th!

It was the 64th Annual Traversee de Lac St.


Day Four in Winnipeg

The evening began with Naeva Scott- Bouris running away with top spot in the B final in 200 Freestyle with a best at 2:08 slicing over 2 sec off her previous time.

Hana Edward and Jacob Rambo both finished 6th in the B finals just over pbs.

Michael Schmidt improved on his prelim performance to finish 6th in the A final.

Racing continues in the pool tomorrow and at St Malo Lake for Open Water on Monday.


Junior Nationals Day Three

Day 3 Finals of the RBC Canadian Junior Championships in Winnipeg was UVPCS’s most successful session so far with 2 top 3 finishes.

Our first swimmer was Naeva Scott Bouris who won her first ever national medal in the 13-14 Girls 1500FR where she placed 3rd in a best time by over 18 seconds and was only 3 seconds off of 1st.

Sophie Lorette was up next in the 15-17 Girls 1500FR where she placed 6th in a new best time.

Michael Schmidt swam to a 3rd place finish in the 14-15 Boys 100BR where the top 3 finishers were only .16 apart.


Day Three: Exciting Prelim Results

Day Three in Winnipeg has had many highlights so far. Once again most athletes improved the pre race rank. Michael Schmidt will race for top spot from second in 100 m Breaststroke with his best prelim time or 1:06. Sophie Lorette also had a prelim best of 2:19 to qualify in 5th and will aim for the podium. Kier Ogilvie had one of his best prelim results but will race for top of the consolation final in 200 Fly. The 4x100 Mixed Medley Relay had a fabulous performance moving from 7th to 2nd in 4:06 and will go after the podium tonight.


Successful Race for Jon McKay at 2018 Lac St. Jean 10km World Cup, Chris Deegan to race the 32km tomorrow!

Outside of the main international swimming competitions each year (Worlds, Olympics, etc.), the best and most competitive Open Water races are found in the FINA 10km World Cup Circuit.  Jon McKay raced for Canada at the Lac St.


Still Some Spaces in Summer Swim Camps

Still looking for something to keep the kids active this summer? There are still a few spaces left in the Vikes Summer Swim Camps.

Registrations is open online.


Jr Nationals Day Two - Chapman Advances!

On Day 2 in Winnipeg was the weakest session for PCS before the first splash with no guaranteed second swims on paper. Tom Chapman came through with a PB in 400 to slide on up to 12th from 28th. All other swims improved rank except one, eliciting improved times for most. 

In Time Trial action Michael Schmidt, Hannah Lorette, cracked personal bests in 100m Butterfly. 

Action begins tonight at 5:30 CST. Live webcast is linked to our page to your right. Tune in and cheer us on. 

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Jr National Championships

Day 1 Finals at the RBC Canadian Junior Championships in Winnipeg started off with a bang.

Naeva Scott Bouris swimming in her first ever National Final placed 4th in the 13-14 Girls 800FR and dropped almost 9 seconds off her personal best time.

Sophie Lorette continued to drop time in her 100BF placing 2nd in the B Final with a personal best time, which broke the Girls 15-17 Club Record set back in 2012.


Thetis Lake Swim for MS

Pacific Coast Swimmers show up to swim fast and help people suffering with MS.

PCS had quite a few swimmers take part in the local swim event that helps to raise money and awareness for those living with MS. The swimmers placed well and showed some of our Open Water practices have been paying off.

1500 meter race results
Kate Marcovitz (10) was the 1st place 12 & Under girl in a time of 29:36
Alexis Woo (just started swimming with PCS recently from Water polo) came in 2nd just ahead of Kate in her 15-17 age group in a time of 29:32



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