After an extremely successful, inaugural, Masters swim training camp in March 2012, Infinity Swimming is hoping to make hosting such a camp an annual tradition.
Infinity Swimming would like to announce that the dates have now been set for the 2013 installment of the camp, from March 10-17, which again will be run out of the Kihei Aquatic Center on the island of Maui.
New this year will be a second week, to run from March 17-24, which will be added should sufficient interest permit. Registrants can attend one, the other, or both.
Please check out the information here.
On October 10, seven British Columbia Masters Swimmers representing 3 BC clubs made their way down to Federal Way, Washington for the Northwest Zone SCM Championships. Held annually, this US sanctioned interstate championship invites swimmers from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and you got it – Western Canada!
This year’s meet was hosted by Pacific Northwest Association of Masters and the Orca Swim Team (Puget Sound). With close to 200 swimmers from over a dozen clubs the meet took place over 2 days at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center, a fantastic 50m facility with Olympic diving facilities.
By the end of the weekend the BC Masters had swam 33 events and medaled in 32 of them bringing home 22 gold, 6 silver and 4 bronze.
So when you see UBC Masters James Hooper, Erik Kerasiotis, Julie Morgan and Paul Wilkins, Victoria Masters Susan Simmons and Karen Tannas and Semiahmoo’s Aart Looye take your cap off for a “job well done!”
- North West Zone Masters Swimming
- Pacific North West Masters Swimming Association
- NW Zone Championships