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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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VIR`s Day 4

After a long and tough 4 days of racing, the Vancouver Island Regional Championships came to a close Sunday night, and PCS went out with a bang. Both prelim and morning sessions on the last day of the meet only boosted our clubs golden performances over the weekend.  In the morning prelims we had a club record in the 100 freestyle for the 10&U boys by Nolan Crisp with a time of 1:08.26.

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VIR`s Day 3 Comox

Day 3 of VIR’s came to a close, and while the wear and tear of the meet takes a toll on all the athletes, our Pacific Coast Swimmers pulled ahead with some huge stand out swims and best times. The night started with a swim-off for girls 13-14 200 Free as Teagan Hunt (13) came from behind and reeled in her competitor on the last 25 meters to win in a best time of 2:20.60. Hunt really set the tone for the duration of the evening.

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VIR`s Day 2

UVic Pacific Coast Swimming pulled ahead on Day 2 at the Vancouver Island Regional Championships, finishing the day in first with 1965 points, ahead of Cross Town Island swimming in second place with 1005 points.

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UVPCS VIR's Day 1 - Distance

The Pacific Coast Swimming Distance squad traveled to Comox this afternoon to compete in the Vancouver Island Regional Championships. Tonight we had 12 women swimmers do the 800 Free, and 6 boys doing the 1500 Free.

Anastasia Trudel (12) led out the PCS crew coming in 2nd place in the Women’s 11-12 age group with a time of 10:31.50, along with her other teammates Maia Denis 6th with a 11:01.11 dropping 3 seconds, Naeva Scott Bouris 8th with her best time of 11:25.14 dropping 10.85 seconds.

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PCS Wins VIR Short Course Champs in Nanaimo!

With eighty-five Pacific Coast Swimming swimmers attending the regional meet in Nanaimo, the energy was electric on deck, helping us capture the VIR Short Course Championships. Winning the meet over cross town rival Island Swimming and eight other Vancouver Island clubs wasn`t an easy task, as the Bolts were short handed with some of our top age group swimmers racing at the Arena Grand Prix meet in Austin, Texas.

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2015 VIR LC Championships

Great first day of racing finished and PCS is going strong in second place even with many of our top swimmers away at the Tucson Ford Classic. There were many great swims in the 1500s this morning including Erin Lawrance (15) racing her way to her first Senior National time. Emma Murdoch (15) earned her first Age Group National time in the 50 Fly. After several months of trying to earn her second AAA time to qualify for the meet, Laura Rincon (12) finally made her time in the 100 Breast, and shortly followed up with a 3rd AAA time in the 50 Fly.

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VIR Champs

VIR Champs start tomorrow! Good luck to all of our coaches and athletes - GO PCS!

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