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Olympian Jacob Pebley in Portland

Oregon's own Jacob Pebley will be in downtown Portland at his sponsor, Portland Gear this upcoming Friday, April 20th, available to take pictures, sign autographs, and chat about his journey into the 2020 Olympics. This is a really exciting opportunity to meet an incredibly talented and hardworking Olympian who calls Oregon home.

Jacob will be available from 2:30 to 4pm at the Portland Gear storefront which can be found at 627 SW 19th Ave, Portland.

OSI Records Broken

Caspar Corbeau of THSC bettered the 17-18 and Open records in the 100 and 200 breast at the Western Canadian Championships held in Victoria, BC in April. In the 100 Caspar went 1:01.86 which bettered Josh Bottelberghe's 2017 time of 1:02.42. In the 200 Caspar's 2:14.07 bettered his Open record from earlier this year and Josh's 17-18 record of 2:16.37.

2019 OSI Championship Meet Bids

For the clubs interested, the applications for all 2019 Championship meets are due to the Oregon Swimming Office by April 30th. Applications can be mailed to Oregon Swimming 12655 SW Center St, Suite 330, Beaverton, OR 97005 or scanned and e-mailed to Debbie@oregonswimming.org / cc: coachmmartins@gmail.com.

The application forms can be found under the Clubs tab/meet directors.

Please see the dates for the championship meets below plus a few important notes:

Short Course 10&Under Championships - February 16-17 2019
Short Course 11-14 Championships - February 21-24, 2019
Short Course Senior Championships - Feb. 28-Mar. 3, 2019
10&Under Summer Championships - July 13-14, 2019
Long Course 11&Over Championships - July 25-28, 2019

USA Swimming Club Leadership

Saturday, April 28th
9:30 am -3:30 pm
South Albany High School (Library) 3705 SE Columbus St, Albany, OR

Registration deadline is April 21st. Fee: $10, lunch will be provided

Information flyer

USA Swimming offers this exciting and unique workshop for coaches and board members to learn how to be effective in leading and governing their team. Swim Club leaders work together in learning about new strategies to improve their club. What makes a great swim club? Leadership, shared team philosophy, cohesive coaching staff, board and parent support, organization, a solid financial plan, and overall teamwork. Learn about all of these at the upcoming Club Leadership and Business Management School. This course will be taught by Scott Shea from USA Swimming and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Topics include mission and vision, roles and responsibilities, finances, evaluation and customer service. Please encourage a club representative, coach and/or Board Members to attend!

Completion of the 101 online course is highly advisable prior to attending a 201 course.
Use the following link to access the online course. CLBM101
Attendance at this course is required prior to the second year of club membership. It also is strongly encouraged for all club leaders. This is a typical comment that we receive on the course evaluation, "I really wasn't looking forward to spending a beautiful weekend indoors listening to lectures. When the seminar concluded, I walked away re-excited about our team and with a lot of good ideas."

Registration forms need to be returned to the OSI Office by April 21st, 2018.

2018 OSI Senior All-Star Training Camp

24 athletes (12 girls/12 boys) have been selected for the 2018 OSI Senior All-Star Training Camp which will be held April 19-22 in Coronado, CA.

Cali Rowland (FGSC), Francesca Criscione (CAT), Kaitlyn Dobler (TDPS), Lindsay Swail (LOSC), Eva Carlson (TDPS), Mia Saenger (TEAM), Lizzy Cook (THSC), Audrey Gingras (LOSC), Alayna Connor (LOSC), Zoey Dodson (UNAT), Emma Brady (BEND), Tia Lindsay (THSC).

Garrett Sutton (MSC), Nick Simons (LOSC), Josh Bottleberghe (PAC), Noah Cindrich (PAC), Ian Schulz (CAT), Colby Evanson (CAT), Kevin Keil (MAC), Spencer Adrian (TDPS), Anton Goswitz (HEAT), Logan Todd (BEND), Brenden Reeve (BEND), Griffin McKeen (BEND).