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Mel Zajac Invitational

News from Mel Zajac..

The Mel Zajac Jr Invitational has been going for a long time. In spite of a few years in decline the new pool has revitalized the event and attracted the Canada Games teams from all four western provinces as well as three of Canada's national teams(Senior men, World Junior team and National Junior relay teams) and nmerous U.S. Teams. 

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Registration for Vikes Swimming Summer Camp is Open

Registration for Vikes Swimming Summer Camp is open! Summer Swimming Camp is run by PCS coaches, and is open to swimmers ages 8-12, LFSS Level 3 and above. We are proud to offer 4 weeks of camp:

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Coach Ron Jacks Talks About USA Open Water Nationals

Ron Jacks took some time out of his schedule in California to send us his thoughts regarding the weekend's Open Water races at USA Open Water Nationals.

Regarding the Men's 10km Race:  Richard Weinberger was very solid in the 10k, positioning well throughout the race. He had a very good result! He will definitely be better when he is completely healthy going into Worlds. Eric Hedlin was feeling the cool water combined with the strong wind chill and was not able to be at his best.

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VICTORIA’S ERIC HEDLIN FIFTH IN 5K AT U.S. NATIONAL OPEN WATER SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

*Original story from www.swimming.ca

CASTAIC LAKE, Calif. – Eric Hedlin of Victoria bounced back from a subpar performance in Friday’s 10 kilometre to place fifth in the men’s five kilometre event on Sunday at the U.S. Open Water Swimming Championships.

Canada fielded its team for this July’s FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest while the event was the world’s qualifier for some countries including the American and British teams.

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WEINBERGER TOP CANADIAN AT U.S. NATIONAL OPEN WATER SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

*Original story from www.swimming.ca

CASTAIC LAKE, Calif. – Richard Weinberger of Victoria, the Olympic bronze medallist in 2012, was the top Canadian Friday with a seventh place finish in the men’s 10-kilometre race at the U.S. Open Water Swimming Championships.

Canada fielded its team for this July’s FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest while the event was the world’s qualifier for some countries including the American team.

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Busy Weekend for PCS!

PCS seems to have swimmers everywhere this weekend, participating in many events.  4 swimmers in the PCS family are down in California for the USA Open Water Nationals, we have a contingent over in Vancouver competing at the Hyack Invitational, some of our groups are racing here at home in the Island Medley Challenge meet, and some of our top Junior Swimmers are participating in Swimming Canada and SwimBC camps both this week and the coming week.

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Watch USA Open Water Nationals Live

Follow Richard Weinberger and Eric Hedlin here now (men's 10km race started at 11:00AM), and Stephanie Horner at 1:30PM here: https://www.usaswimming.org/utility/event-pages/event-detail/2017/05/19/default-calendar/open-water-national-championships

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Big wins for PCS swimmers in Comox!

PCS sent fifteen 10 and Under swimmers to Comox for the 10 & Under Championships this weekend. After a day full of best times and new records set by PCS swimmers, they still weren’t done! The PCS squad headed into the second day, with 8 swimmers winning Aggregate Awards (an award going to the top five swimmers in each age category 7 and Under, 8, 9, and 10), both male and female who had the most points over 8 individual events.

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Rod Barratt named to Canada Games Coaching Staff!

After 5 of the swimmers in his group were named to BC's Canada Games Team, Rod has also been appointed to the team!  PCS will be out in force this summer, competing and coaching with Canada's best!  Go Bolts⚡️⚡️

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Wavemaker Day 2 - 90 Finalists!

There were 90 PCS finals swims last night on day 2 of Wavemaker, up from 87 on Friday night!  Highlight of the night: Heidi Henry qualified for AAA's in the 200 Fly! Congrats to all the swimmers and coaches!

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