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Open Water Team Meets Justin Trudeau!

Yesterday at the celebration leading up to the Lac St. Jean Open Water World Cup race, Justin Trudeau made an appearance and talked to our swimmers!  Here are a couple pictures that were snapped.

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Lac St. Jean Live Stream

Live stream the Lac St. Jean 10km race right now here: https://livestream.com/accounts/1178214/events/7615701

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Brent McMahon runaway winner at Placid

Former 2 time Olympic triathlete and current professional Ironman athlete Brent McMahon trains on and off with PCS coaches Ron Jacks and Ryan Clouston when training in Victoria.  Brent has been training towards his swim portion with PCS since 2011.  On the weekend at Ironman Lake Placid, a hilly professional-only Ironman race in the US and Ironman Hawaii qualifier, Brent won handily in course-record time.  The following story is originally from slowtwitch.com:

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Canadians Settle for 11th in Debut of Open Water Relay at Worlds

*From original story from cbc.ca

Canada's Richard Weinberger, Stephanie Horner, Eric Hedlin and Breanne Siwicki completed FINA's first ever team relay in 11th place at the FINA World Aquatics Championships in Hungary, on Thursday.

The new mixed relay format was a first at the world championships level and saw teams use a variety of strategies and swimmer orders to compete.

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World Championships Update in Times Colonist!

The podium can be fleeting.

Swimmer Richard Weinberger of Victoria found that out when he followed up his breakthrough bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics with a sharply disappointing 17th-place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

A chance for redemption comes today, when Weinberger jumps into the water in the men’s 10K open-water race of the 2017 FINA world aquatics championships in Budapest.

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Times Colonist Story About PCS Open Water Program and World Championships!

This was not the splash Eric Hedlin was hoping to make as the lead-off swimmer for Canada at the 2017 FINA world aquatics championships in Budapest on Saturday. The Victoria athlete finished 14th in the men’s 5K open-water, an event in which he won the silver medal at the 2013 world championships.

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Eric Hedlin Places 14th in World Championships 5km Swim!

Opening up the World Championships in Hungary, the men raced the 5km open water race today.  PCS and Vikes swimmer Eric Hedlin was near the front from start to finish, holding ~6th place for a while, before dropping to ~25th near the middle of the race before fighting his way up to 11th and ultimately finishing 14th overall in the field of 60 top international athletes.

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Watch World Championships Online starting this weekend!

PCS has coach Ron Jacks as well as swimmers Richard Weinberger, Eric Hedlin and Stephanie Horner competing for Team Canada at the 2017 FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary.  Action gets underway on Saturday July 15, 2017 with the Men's Open Water 5km race featuring Eric Hedlin.

Full schedule available online at - http://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/summer/aquatics/broadcast

Good luck to Team Canada!

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2017 SwimBC Open Water Swimming Championships

BC swimmers continued to light up the water; however this time at Canoe Beach in Salmon Arm. The Columbia Shuswap Selkirks Swimming Club (CSSSC) hosted the 2017 BC Open Water Swimming Championships. It was an excellent day for open water swimming, with good weather and visibility at this "Florida north oasis". 

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Day 4 AAA Provincials Long Course Kamloops

Pacific Coast Swimming closed out the meet 258 points ahead of the 2 nd place Hyack

swim club, claiming the Championship for the 6 th time out of the last 7 Provincials.

We have ended off the final session with 18 A finals, 9 B finals, and 7 relays

800 free 15&O with Jessica Luo finishing in 8 th .

Erin Lawrance had a really strong finish on the last 50 meters to come in 3 rd .

200 Breastroke boys

Brendan Fitzpatrick placed 1 st in the 14-15 age group with a VIR record time of

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