Friday, February 7, 2014

Community Sports

Swim Club Ramps It Up For Nats

Surrey meet a primer for Montreal Nationals in March

Released by RaeAnn Rose, BCAQ


ritish Columbia’s National Stream Synchronized Swimming teams compete in Surrey, February 15-16 for the BC Provincial Championships.


Hosted by Surrey’s BC Aquasonics at the Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex, this meet is the final opportunity to compete in British Columbia before these teams head to the National Qualifier in Montreal, March 11-16.


Athletes at this event are National Stream synchronized swimmers in the 13-15 age group, Juniors (16-18 years) and Seniors (18+). Provincial level athletes will also be competing in a training meet at the same time.

BC Aquasonics National Stream athletes and coaches represent communities across the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley.


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About the BC Aquasonics
BC Aquasonics is one of Canada’s oldest, largest, and most successful synchronized swimming clubs. The Aquasonics have produced all but one Team Canada athlete from the province of BC, all of the Olympic team synchronized swimmers from BC, and two Olympic Team coaches. Nearly all of our coaches are former BC Aquasonics athletes, now returning to share their passion for synchronized swimming with a new generation of athletes. Training in Coquitlam and Surrey, the Club currently has its largest number of national stream synchronized swimmers in over a decade.



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