CV Breakers 10th Annual Icebreaker Invitational Swim Meet 2019

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Salt Spring Stingrays Invitational Swim Meet 2019

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Comox Valley Blue Devils Invitational Swim Meet 2019

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Oak Bay Orcas 14th Invitational Swim Meet 2019

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Head to Head SWIM CLINIC


Head to Head promotes mental and physical wellness among youth athletes across Canada. Join 2X Olympic Medallist in Swimming, Ryan Cochrane for a swim clinic at the Saanich Commonwealth Place in Victoria!

This clinic will have a focus on Turns in the water, and Healthy Training Habits in the classroom. Clinic sizes will be kept small to ensure that swimmers from all levels (recreation to national level) get lots of attention and feedback.

Clinic Schedule:

– 2hrs: Turns and technique; including on pool deck and in water skills, drills, and sets

– 1 hr: Classroom Session: Training Habits (Nutrition, sleep, recovery and more!)

– Q & A, Autographs, and photos

Our Olympians provide youth first-hand insight on the tips and tricks they learned throughout their careers in and out of the pool. The clinic will include time for youth to ask questions, as well as get autographs and photos taken!


Sun, 8 April 2018

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT


Saanich Commonwealth Place

4636 Elk Lake Dr

Victoria, BC V8Z 5M1




Nanaimo White Rapids Swim Club 53rd Invitational Swim Meet 2019

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“Shake off the Dust” fun meet

Mark your calendars! The Nanaimo Aquatic Centre will hold a fun meet on May 13, 2018 to help all Vancouver Island swim clubs “shake off the dust”. The cost is $10/swimmer and includes pizza lunch, a guest speaker, water polo and prizes.

NOTE: This event was previously known as “Go For Gold”.


It’s registration time again!  We are using the same online-registration program we’ve used for the past 3 seasons.  You will be pleased to note that the fees are lower than they were last year, although the sibling discount remains the same- 20% for the 2nd swimmer in the same family, and 40% for the 3rd or 4th child.  All swimmers must pay the $40 BCSSA insurance fee that covers from May 1,2018-April 30, 2019.

Here are a few tips for making the process easier for you:

-The early-bird discount, which is $50, will be offered to everyone who registers on or before Feb 15.   The discount is applied automatically when you check out.  The discount will expire at midnight on February 15, Eastern Time, so 9pm Salt Spring time.

-Before you register, please check the age locator to determine which division your swimmer is in this year.  The age locator is attached, and
can be found here:

-To receive the sibling discount, you must register all of your children at the same time. DO NOT enter your credit card details until you have
entered information for all of your children.  Once you have finished entering details for your first child, you will see a button near the top of the screen that says ‘register another swimmer’ (or something along those lines).  Click on that and enter details for your next child.  Repeat until all your children are entered, and only then should you proceed to the check-out to enter your credit card details.  You will receive confirmation by email.

-You will be asked to check a number of boxes, indicating that you agree to a number of conditions before you register your swimmer(s).  I
strongly urge you to read these waivers before you commit yourself by checking the boxes- there are some new and important details outlined this year in the waivers.

-Given available space, we will continue taking registrations until April 30.  If you know anyone who is interested in registering their child, please forward them this email with the registration link.

-You will indicate your top 3 volunteer committee choices. See below for committee details:
Social Committee – plan and organize social and team building fun activities, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
Fundraising Committee – plan and organize team fundraising activities, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
Hell Week Committee – plan and organize Hell Week, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
Meets Committee – plan and organize team activities at off island meets, 1-1.5 hours per committee member
Communications Committee – write and send team communication emails, postings on team bulletin board,  promotion and update articles and posts to Exchange and Driftwood, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
New Parent Orientation Committee – mentor and assist new families particularly at swim meets, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
Equipment Committee – monitor proper usage, storage and maintenance of team equipment, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member
Grants Committee – assist in grant application preparation, research potential funding, 1-1.5 hours per week per committee member

Please register early to avoid disappointment- once the spots are full, registration will close.

If you have questions, please reply to this email at

Registration link:

Stingrays Board and Registration Committee

BCSSA Age Locator

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