News

Judge of Stroke Clinic

November 5, 2019

There will be a Judge of Stroke and Inspector of Turn Clinic
on Wednesday, November 20 at Royalty Centre from 7-9pm Room 234. (White Pin)

Please email Katherine at kmcquaid@aolpei.ca to register. 

All training is FREE.   There is nothing you need to bring to the clinics.

If you have any questions, please email Katherine or call
her at 902-394-5849.  She is happy to answer any questions you have about
the clinics.

Introduction to Officiating Course (Red Pin)

Katherine McQuaid will he hosting an Introduction to Officiating Course (Timer’s Clinic) & Safety Marshall Clinic on Tuesday, November 19th at the Royalty Centre from 7-9pm. Room 140 (Red Pin)
Please email Katherine at kmcquaid@aolpei.ca to register.
All training is FREE.
There is nothing you need to bring to the clinics.
If you have any questions, please email Katherine or call her at 902-394-5849. She is happy to answer any questions you have about the clinics.

Swim PEI presents Annual Awards

October 29, 2019

In Summerside, at the Halloween Meet, Swim PEI presented its Annual Awards.
2018-2019 Winners
Alex B. Campbell Award – Alexa McQuaid
Barney Bree Award – Charlie Morse
Volunteer of the Year Award – Bonnie Payne
Administrator of the Year Award – Megan Casely-Welton
Honourary Lifetime Achievement Membership Award – Katherine McQuaid
Coach of the Year Award – Edith (Edie) Rogers
Official of the Year – DJ Welton
Top Age Group Swimmer Awards (based on FINA Points)
10 & Under
Female: Kelsi MacKinnon, CBAC (674 points)
Male: Raphael Tang, CBAC (470 points)
11-12 Year Olds
Female: Elena LeClair, CBAC (1362 points)
Male: Jessi MacKinnon, CBAC (787 points)
13-14 Year Olds
Female: Courtney McBride, CBAC (1616 points)
Male: Yifeng (David) Du, CBAC (1141 points)
15-17 Year Olds
Female: Alexa McQuaid, CBAC (1974 points)
Male: Charlie Morse, CBAC (1815 points)
18 & Over
Female: Abby Corish, SDSC (1613 points)
Male: Pieter Vanleeuwen, CBAC (1788 points)

Swim PEI Seeking Board Members

October 8, 2019

Swim PEI is hosting their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, October 29th at 6:00pm at the Bell Aliant Centre in Charlottetown. During this meeting the Board of Directors for 2019-2020 will be voted in by the membership. The Board has open positions for two year terms. If you are interested in serving on the board please contact the Executive Director at swimpei@sportpei.pe.ca

AUS Champs

March 13, 2019

Congratulations to PEI Alumni swimmers on their strong performances at the Atlantic University 2018-2019 Championship in Halifax.
Left to right: Liam Bulger, Mount Allison University; Iain Crowell, Mount Allison University; Sarah Williams, Dalhousie University; Sammi Williams, Acadia; William Stewart, Mount Allison University; and James Profit, UNB.

Provincial High Performance Coach

January 7, 2019

Former Olympic Team Head Coach to join Swim PEI as Provincial High Performance Coach
Thanks to the support from the 2009 Canada Games Legacy Fund, Swim PEI is pleased to announce that Pierre Lafontaine will assume the position of Provincial High Performance Coach effective January 1, 2019.
Lafontaine’s career in sport spans over three decades and multiple countries including Australia, USA and Canada and includes working with swimmers, cyclists, and cross-country skiers. He was the CEO and Head Coach of Swimming Canada for over eight years having coached the National Team at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics as well as at numerous World Championships, Commonwealth Games, and Pan-Am Games. He was most recently the CEO of Cross County Canada and Cycling Canada.
Mr. Lafontaine will provide leadership and oversight to all provincial technical programs of Swim PEI, including the development and implementation of the Performance Plan for the organization.  Through Mr. Lafontaine’s leadership and collaboration with island coaches he will be tasked with supporting clubs to elevate the performances of swimmers in PEI and create opportunities to remain in the province and train to their highest potential. Pierre will immediately be engaging with the organization to create a performance strategy and identify key initiatives in support of high performance swimming in Prince Edward Island. Over the next two years he will work directly with athletes and coaches to help train swimmers to achieve best ever results at National level meets.
For more information please contact, Nicole Manuel Swim PEI Executive Director, through the contact us page.

Officials Education Site Launch

March 24, 2018

As stated in the February 2018 Officials Bulletin, Swimming Canada is excited to officially launch their education site: https://edu.swimming.ca/. This site is where all the e-learning modules will be housed. At this time, there are two officials courses available for officials to complete; Intro to Officiating (Timekeeper) eModule & Safety Marshal eModule. As the site progresses, more officiating eModules will be added, and eventually coaching eModules as well.
As Swimming Canada continues to develop the e-learning site, they appreciate any and all feedback to help improve the site’s functions. Please send all questions, suggestions and feedback through the contact us page. 

Team Aquatic Supplies

March 21, 2018

On behalf of Greg Sanderson, the GM with Team Aquatic Supplies Ltd., please read the official announcement in regards to TAS acquiring AquaSport, a retailer and team dealer based in Montreal.