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Coaching Staff

Jim Campbell

Head Coach


Coach Jim has been coaching for the last 13 years and is entering his third season as the Head Coach of the Campbell River Killer Whales.  He started his coaching career in the BCSSA coaching teams in the Vancouver area before moving into year round swimming.  He first went to be the assistant coach with the UBC Dolphins age group program which saw four swimmers onto the Junior National team with two of those swimmers continuing on to the Senior National team, he then moved to the Chena Swim Club as their Senior Assistant Head coach and played a pivotal role in the team rising through the provincial standings and winning the Provincial Championships in 2013.  Through these roles he has seen his swimmers achieve their goals at every level of the sport and numerous swimmers through to Provincial and National records.Coach Jim believes that the skills, discipline, and work ethic gained through the sport of swimming show our youth a pathway to becoming responsible adults and these ideals carry through to a life beyond sport.  He also believes that every athlete can reach their goals if they are willing to put in the work needed consistently, day to day, month to month, and year to year. 

Sarah MacDonald

Assistant Head Coach


Sarah MacDonald is a Level 3 coach with 13 years' experience who values effort, fun, and personal development above all else when it comes to swimming. Sarah swam for nine years with the Thompson Northern Torpedoes in Thompson, Manitoba, where she also began her coaching career. While studying at University of Manitoba, Sarah coached for the Sherbrook Sharks, U of M Mini Bisons, and also started the Fort Garry Barracudas masters team, which competed in lifesaving sport in its off-season as the Fast + Good Lifeguard Club. In 2013, Sarah made the move to Victoria where she lived and coached for four years: one year with Pacific Coast Swimming and three with Island Swimming. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Education in Coaching Studies at University of Victoria and is focusing her research on the mental aspect of sport performance.