A winning routine choreographed by Langley's Susan Kemper took the BC Aquasonics Senior National Stream Team to silver in Quebec.
The B.C. Aquasonics senior national stream team won a silver medal in the senior FINA team free event at the Canadian Open Synchronized Swimming Championships in Quebec City last weekend. The team, including Sarah Mcateer of New Westminster, posted a score of 73.817 with their routine Mayan Calendar.
Three top-level age group swimmers from the Langley Olympians Swim Club (LOSC) swam for B.C. recently.
Led by Chelsea Borrowdale, the Langley Olympians Swim Club took second overall among the 14 clubs involved in the Mies Shootman Invitational meet hosted by the Canadian Dolphins Swim Club.
An athlete was misidentified in a headline in the April 16 edition of the Langley Advance [Metcalfe just missed national mark].
Langley Olympians Swim Club members were in two locations, at two different kinds of competitions recently.
Delta Sungod swimmer Danielle Kisser punched her ticket to the World Championships with a dominant performance at the Can-Am Championships for swimmers with a disability in Minneapolis last week.
Chilliwack Spartan Swim Club athletes brought home several medals from the Langley Long Course Invitational Swim Meet earlier this month.
It's tradition that many head up the mountain for a fount of knowledge.
The Coquitlam Sharks Swim Club is holding a free introduction to the sports they offer - from waterpolo, synchronized swimming and diving.
For the fourth year in a row, synchronized swimming coach Tanya Magee of Langley has been awarded the Bob Bearpark Foundation Coaching Award of Distinction.
Canada Games Pool is set to host the Western Championships in 2014 - but it's come as a bit of surprise to the City of New Westminster.
For the fourth straight year, Coquitlam native Tanya Magee was presented with the Bob Bearpark Foundation Coaching Award of Distinction.
They aren't just masters in name, as it's a distinction they can now wear on their sleeves as well.
Chilliwack's Sean Deacon swam away from the 2013 Lower Mainland Regional Championships with a handful of medals earlier this month.
The B.C. Aquasonics Senior National Stream Synchronized Swimming team, including Sarah Mcateer of New Westminster, who won a silver medal at Synchro Canada's national qualifier championships in Calgary on March 23.
Thirteen-year-old Paul Zou led an outstanding showing by the Winskill Dolphins at the recent B.C. AAA Short Course Swimming Championships in Saanich.
The Rapids sent a team of five to the Westerns Canadian Nationals in Saskatoon - three of which were veterans of the event.
The BC Aquasonics Senior National Stream Synchronized Swimming team, including Faith Phillips of Maple Ridge, won silver this weekend at Synchro Canada's National Qualifier Championships in Calgary, Alta., the largest synchronized swimming competition in Canadian history. The team posted a score of 71.900.