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Brad Mori

Last week Killarney's Intermediates, Senior and Performance Groups were in action at Repsol for an unsanctioned competition using the score board and electronics. Although the results do not count, lots of best times were achieved. "It was great to hear Tony's, "Take Your Mark" followed by that crisp Beep... and see them race!" We will be hosting more of the Race Series Competitions for all levels of Killarney. Results

KSC will have 2 cohorts, Performance & Senior. Siblings can practice with either cohort but must remain in the cohort they choose for ALL of the workouts in July, there is NO back and forth between the two cohorts. This has nothing to do with move ups for next season. The 2 cohorts will practice separately but may practice at similar times. The practice times are not confirmed but will be by our meeting time on Thursday. The Zoom and outdoor dryland program will end Saturday, July 04. Registration Fees...

Soon we will be Returning to Play in person. Swimming Canda and Swim Alberta have published Draft 1 documents for Returning to Play. These documents can be found in the top banner Covid19 Updates. KSC will be producing a Club Plan shortly.

Congratulations to Daniel Ford for receiving one of eighteen 2020 John Currie Amateur Sport Legacy Fund Bursary Award! As a leader in delivering amateur and high performance sport to Calgarians, Repsol Sport Centre is proud to honour these amateur athletes with a total of $21,000 this year, funded by The John Currie Amateur Sport Legacy Fund. The application process evaluated the athletes across a broad spectrum of criteria including current performance data, coach recommendations, and personal statements. The LPSS Grants & Bursaries Committee designated 18 deserving amateur athletes to be...

In case you missed the live airing on Wednesday evening, here is the link for CTV news story on Killarney Swim Club during COVID19. https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/calgary-swim-club-turns-to-online-workouts-after-pandemic-closes-pools-1.4897805

On Sunday September 22nd the Killarney Sprocket group and their families hiked the Fir Douglas Trail. The weather was beautiful, a warm and sunny day. After meeting at the playground and taking a quick group photo we started along the path. We soon entered an inner-city oasis filled with dense trees, wooden steps, handrails, streams, and some muddy sections. With some great team building most where able to cross the mud without losing a shoe. Job well done everyone! It was a great outing with happy faces all around.