Tsunami swimmers Coral Ridinger

Tsunami swim club heads to provincials

The Port Alberni swim team came home from the Vancouver Island Championships with lots of medals and ribbons.

The Port Alberni Tsunami Swim Team cleaned up at the Vancouver Island Championship with lots of medals and ribbons.

Coral Ridinger, Logan Jager, Anamika Giesbrecht and Corynn Ayres are now heading to the provincial championships to represent Port Alberni and compete against 50 other B.C. swim teams.

This season has been full a huge success for all the programs including the Learn-To-Swim group and the Fitness Only group.  The club would like to thank the community of Port Alberni for generously donating to our Tag Day and we acknowledge the financial support of the province of British Columbia through the Community Gaming Grant.

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