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 ** Important Information re: 2018-2019 Season **

Click on the link above for changes to next years registration as a result of construction @Angela Coughlan Pool

2018/19 Fall & Winter Programs Open for Registration

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All JUNIOR Training Programs are now on our JUNIOR MASTERS SWIM TEAM website:

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“Winners compare their achievements with their goals, while losers compare their achievements with those of other people.”

• NIDO QUBEIN •

PERFORMANCE NEWS

C3 Caledon Quarry Swim I

Last year, it was just the 4 of us – Aimee, Mark, Serena, MJ – and this year there was… 12 of us! How awesome! As awesome, was that our goal of establishing a junior masters open water swim team was achieved with 5 junior athletes – one as young as 12 – joining in on the fun competing in either the 1km or 2km events. For 2 of the juniors… this was their first ever open water swim. Congratulations to our juniors and of course to our masters athletes who competed in  the 1km, 2km and 4km events. Thankfully the weather held out, there was a little drizzle which seems par for the course this year when competing but we are most thankful that lightning never struck allowing the event to go on without delay. Post event burgers from the Kitchen [in Mono Mills, link here] were amazing. Results are on the TOETT.ca webpage (click here to link).

Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant

TOEST swimmer Yuliya competed this weekend in Mont Tremblant completing her second Ironman 70.3 triathlon. In just one year, Yuliya improved her 1.9km swim by almost a full 15mins, taking her 100m pace from 3:08 to 2:24/100m. The improvement didn’t stop there, across her bike and run splits Yuliya took another 25mins off her total time. Nicely done Yuliya. Click here for Yuliya’s results in Sportstats.

Yuliya worked throughout the winter months to develop her kick, and then worked to integrate it into her swim stroke… hmm… it would appear that kicking in the swim is critical to improving as a swimmer, AND doesn’t come at the cost of compromising the legs in the bike and the run.

So much for that old tale that triathletes need to “save the legs” in the swim.

2018 Masters Swimming Ontario (MSO) Provincial Championships

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TOEST 2018 MSO Provincial Age Group Champs & Podiums

Aimee Grodski
100 & 200 BR
6 Podiums
(2G/2S/2B)

Carolina Lleras
100 & 200 FLY
800 FR
6 Podiums
(3G/3S/-B)

MJ Grodski
400 FR & 400 IM
200 FLY
4 Podiums
(3G/1S/-B)

Andres Plazas
1 Podium
(-/-/1B)

MSO Provincial Champs in Nepean were also the site for the Canadian Forces own Championships. As a result, the Saturday morning session opened with a Color Guard marching onto the Nepean Sportsplex pool deck followed by the Canadian anthem. It was an opportunity for all to appreciate the Canadian men & women who provide their country with military service. Thank you.

Open Water Swims for 2018

Aug 12
Welland Swim I
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