Results 2017-2018 Season 2018-04-15T15:59:06+00:00

2017-2018 Season Results

Alderwood Teddy Bares Swim Meet, Jan 2018

The 43rd Annual Teddy Bares Masters Swim Meet was this past weekend (Jan 21st) in Etobicoke with over 100 swimmers participating, and with Masters athletes coming from as far away as the Ottawa region. TOEST athletes put in superb swims, and topping it off was our women’s relay team who finished off the meet with…

2nd in the 4×50 FR relay

1st in the 4×50 Medley relay

Well done ladies! Next up… the BMSC Winter Splash and the Forsey Invitational.

Burlington Masters Spring Splash Swim Meet, Feb 2018

If its the weekend of the Burlington Masters Spring Splash then you can mark in your calendar some sort of weather event.  Usually its a snow storm, this year freezing rain after days of steady snow.  No matter… the show must go on and it did. With new TOESTees coming out and dipping their toes into the waters of a swim meet for the first time, there was excitement throughout the entire meet. Everyone walked away (or shall I say swam away) with at least one if not several positive moments, and as always a load of  technical ‘to-dos’ to add to training.

2018 Masters Swimming Ontario (MSO) Provincial Championships

0
MSO Provincial Champions
0
Podium Positions
0
Personal Records

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.

Milton Masters

Spring Splash, April 2018

That April decided to bring us an ice storm, which also gave the Sports Centre HVAC issues, with the lights going out as warm up was getting underway… no matter, 60 masters swimmer still turned out to make the Milton Masters Meet at least a Spring Splash indoors. The officials did their best to make heats competitive due to the number of scratches, making the meet fun yet still sufficiently competitive for those who wanted a race.  Congratulations to the Milton Masters Swim Team for putting on another great event.

Amongst TOESTees there were three who had never been before to a swim meet… ever! Lindsey, Pamela, and Yuliya swam events ranging from the 50BR to the 200 and 400FR and joined in on the fun in the 4x50FR relay. It didn’t end there with personal bests coming in for Aimee, Carolina and Patricia in both new and old events.

A great time with great times 🙂 Check out the ribbon haul! Thats a whole lotta 1st place ribbons… and that’s not all of them. Those are just the ones Serena grabbed on the way out.

That is a wrap for the indoor swimming season for 2017-2018. Its time to turn our attention to open water swimming events and triathlons. See y’all outdoors.