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Here are the results for the first day of the Penticton KISU Iron Triple Pentathlon weekend. Individual Results Pentathlon Results

Individual Results Pentathlon Day 2 results

At our first Team Practice of the season on Friday, September 28th, coaches acknowledged the hard work and accomplishments of many of our swimmers during the first few weeks in the pool! Swim Academy - Reilly Rowland Reilly receives the first SOM award of the season for her perfect attendance and enthusiasm for swimming. Reilly’s goals for the season are to make the Westerns time standard in the 400 IM and distance free events. She is also very close in the 200 Back. Her training ethic in the first few...

Plan to bring yourself (and a coffee or tea) to the Greenery this Tuesday, October 2nd. Jill will be there with the laptop (and a coffee of her own) between 3-6pm offering VERY casual tutorials on some of the Team Unify functions. This could include such things as setting up autopay, signing up for events and meets, understanding invoicing, or any other kinds of questions that you may have. With no fixed agenda, we can review the functions that you are curious about. Stay for as short or as long...

The YES program is KISU's training group for athlete's with physical and intellectual disabilities. The water allows these athletes a freedom that many never experience on land. The Canadian and International Swimming Associations have a well-developed program to allow these athletes to participate and compete with one another.In order to train, many of these swimmers need assistance in the water and/or on the deck. If you are interested in volunteering with this program, please contact Tina at coachtina@kisu.ca for more information. The YES swimmers train on Mondays and Wednesdays from...

The KISU Board of Directors has some vacant seats! Although our AGM isn't for another few months, we are keen to invite new parents to temporarily fill these vacancies. If you are interested in finding out more, please contact our Acting President, Nancy Telford at president@kisu.ca

Mel Zajac Swim Meet Brain MacPhail, Julia Veidt and Payton Nackoney were at UBC last weekend for the Mel Zajac swim meet. They all swam well, with many best long-course times, and improved their rankings. One of the biggest highlights of this meet was watching finals, even though KISU swimmers were not swimming. The Australian and Korean teams included a number of Olympic swimmers, as did the US and Canadian teams. All the athletes are training hard in preparation for the Summer Olympics, so it was great opportunity to see...