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Moses Lake Sizzlin' Summer Swim Meet Day 3 and Final Recap

Pacific Coast Swimming finished the Moses Lake Sizzlin’ Summer Swim Meet in third place, ahead of 18 other teams from across the inland empire region.

High point award winner of the 11-12 girls age category, Sydney Meldrum finished with 78 points from six wins over the three day meet. Bijou Speirs came in a close second place in the high point scoring in the 13-14 age group category after swimming eleven individual events. 


Moses Lake Sizzlin' Summer Swim Meet Day 1 and 2 Recap

Pacific Coast Swimming has a small contingent of swimmers in Moses Lake for the three day Moses Lake Sizzlin’ Summer Swim Meet.  The Bolts have twelve swimmers that have made the long journey to the south east corner of Washington State to compete in the sun at the Moses Lake Water Park.  The meet consists of twenty teams from across the state, as well as four teams from British Columbia. 

Swimmers ranking in the top 8 in their respective age group categories point totals after two days of swimming are listed below:  


Swim BC Open Water Swimming Championships Recap

Pacific Coast Swimming continued their provincial domination on Monday, at the Swim BC Open Water Swimming Championships, having swimmers win four of the six races.   In the Boys 11-12 1K Open Water race, Taiki Hiraoka took 1st place with his overall time of 14:11.83.   Hiraoka surged to the finish, to out touch the 2nd place competitor by three seconds.  In the Boys 13-14 2 Kilometer race, Anthony Gutierrez cruised to a 1st place finish in a time of 26:14.41, close to twenty seconds ahead of his closest competitor.


AAA's Day 5 Recap - Bolts capture 5th straight AAA Provincial Championship

Pacific Coast Swimming successfully defended their title as the top swim club in British Columbia on Sunday night, with the last day of racing came to a close at the AAA Long Course Provincial Championships.   The Bolts finished strong, building on the lead they had put together over the first four days of competition, to finish more than three hundred points ahead of the next second place Hyack Swimming.  The title now brings the Bolts’ streak to five AAA championships in a row.


AAA's Day 4 Recap - Records fall on night four, as Bolts hold on to lead heading into final day of competition

The fourth day of the Swim BC AAA Long Course Provincial Championships saw Pacific Coast Swimming battle hard to hold on to their lead over Hyack Swim Club in the team standings.  “Tonight was quite exciting,” said Rod Barratt, Director of Athlete Development for Pacific Coast Swimming.  “We knew going into day four that Hyack would chip away at our lead based off of the event lineup, but we had good swims across the board tonight to keep that to a minimum.”


AAA's Day 3 Recap - PCS depth strengthens club's hold of top spot in team standings

Pacific Coast Swimming had another big night of racing at the Swim BC AAA Long Course Provincial Championships, having thirty-six individual final swims plus four relays finish in the top eight.  “The number of swims we had tonight shows our club depth and strength as a team,” said Rod Barratt, Director of Athlete Development.  “There was great pride and support across all age groups throughout the third night of racing.” 


AAA's Day 2 Recap - Bolts build on lead during day 2

Pacific Coast Swimming continued to build momentum on day two of the Swim BC AAA Long Course Provincial Championships, increasing their team point lead by one hundred points.  After two days of racing, the Bolts have built up a lead of two-hundred and fifty points over the Hyack Swim Club from New Westminster.  Pacific Coast Swimming General Manager Mark Lancaster, commented on the resiliency of the team in the face of adversity.  “I thought the swimmers did a great job of holding their own tonight," said Lancaster.


AAA's Day 1 Recap - Bolts jump out to an early lead in team point totals

Pacific Coast Swimming began their provincial title defense Wednesday, as the first day of the Swim BC AAA Championships got underway at Saanich Commonwealth Place.  The Bolts are looking for a provincial championship five-peat this weekend on home soil, as they have won the past four AAA championships.  After day one of competition, Pacific Coast Swimming finds themself in a familiar position, sitting in first place with a lead of 150 points over Hyack Swim Club.  At the Short Course Provincial Championships earlier this year, Hyack came within one hundred points of the Bo



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