Aquatics

Update from KW Synchro

KW Synchro has had very successful results since the start of its competitive season. The club’s swimmers started 2017 at the Lisa Alexander Figure Competition with nine athletes receiving scores in the 6.0+ range, which…
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Canadian diving year round

We get asked all the time, “Where can you dive in Kitchener-Waterloo?” The answer is simple; we are a short dive from some of the best diving in the world — and we can do…
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The Dean Boles Invitational Swim Meet is a huge success

On the weekend of February 4 and 5, the Region of Waterloo Swim Club (ROW) hosted the second annual Dean Boles Invitational Swim Meet at the Wilfrid Laurier University Athletic Complex pool. Dean is a…
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Meet the Wilmot Aquatic ACES

The Wilmot Aquatic Aces Swim Club (WAAC) started as an independent team 24 years ago. The team prides itself on being a family inclusive group with swimmers of all ages and abilities. We have a…
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Region of Waterloo Swim Club sends 6 athletes to the Olympic and Para-swimming Trials

The Region of Waterloo Swim Club (ROW) continues to produce some of the nation’s best swimmers. Since the club’s founding in 1976, a number of national, international and Olympic champions have trained with ROW. Swimmers…
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Waterloo Synchro Enjoys Golden Weekend

It was a golden weekend for the Waterloo Regional Synchro Club at the Hilton Worldwide Invitational in Etobicoke.  The competition was fierce with over 100 teams entered in the various age categories, but that didn’t…
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The KW Synchro Club – getting Girls in the Pool

Many people who see the graceful movements of synchronized swimming often mistake this for an easy sport. In truth, it is just the opposite – synchronized swimmers are some of the strongest and fittest athletes….
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ROW’s Tsista Kennedy is on his way

Submitted by the Region of Waterloo Swim Club Kristian, or Tehatsistahawi (Day-haw-gee-staw-haw-wi/He is carrying the fire), Kennedy is a member of Beausoleil First Nation and is Ojibway and Oneida. Also known as Tsista, he is…
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KWDC’s Tier II Spring Classic — a huge success

The Kitchener Waterloo Dive Club (KWDC) held its second annual Tier II Spring Classic dive meet at the end of March and it was a huge success. The club welcomed 105 divers from nine clubs…
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