Tsunami Swim Club rocks Comox

Fifteen Tsunami swimmers ended spring break with a bang by competing at a regional meet in Comox.

Dezirae Henstridge swims the butterfly at the Comox Regional Meet on March 25.

Fifteen Tsunami swimmers ended spring break with a bang by competing at a regional meet in Comox.

Swimmer Claudia Noel clocked  a Provincial ‘AA’ time for Claudia Noel, while  Dez Henstridge clocked a provincial ‘A’ time.  Both swimmers along with McKinley Sutton, Cassia Johnson, Kody Kincaid, Mackenzie Moore, Josephine Granneman, Diego Prizeman, Haley Gomez, Logan Jager, Trey Lightburn, Jasmine Gomez, Rhys Lightburn, Jessie Broekhuizen and Anamika Giesbrecht gained confidence and earned best times.

On April 11, the Tsunami club will start offering a 10 week swimming fundamentals program that is targeted to the younger swimmers. Participants  swimmers can choose to swim once, twice or three times a week. For older kids, the club offers programs in the main pool.

All new swimmers are assessed by a coach and placed in an appropriate skill and age group.  Kids can join at any time, rates are pro-rated and lessons adapted to each swimmers ability level.

For more info: email Veronique at vjag01@gmail.com or call Deidre at 723-5435.

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