PreComp News February

Craig Nieuwstad
Mar 2, 2019

PreComp News

Pride, Discipline, Loyalty, Commitment & Respect

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What’s happening 

After an exciting February, congratulations to Brody Stewart and Jordan Armstrong who achieved their SwimSask Novice Graduation Time.

Upcoming this month the Dolphins are hosting Prairie Champs (15 - 17 Mar), we encourage the Pre - Comp swimmers to come down to the Lawson and watch the best Age Group swimming in the Province and see how exciting being on the can be. This Prairie Champs also serves up some extra excitement becuase it is serving as Trials for Western Canada Games. Running along side the Prairie Champs we wil be hosting the Black & Green Meet 5 at the Lawson on Saturday 16 March between the prelims and finals session. The Black and Green will also include swimmers from the Prospect Group. We encourage everyone to sign up and take part and stay to watch Finals.

Please come join us Tuesday night 5 March at the Broken Rack for our Pasta night & the Vegas Raffle Draw.

There is also a Day Camp that swimmers can attend on 22 March.

12 Things You learn becoming a swim parent

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Upcoming Events
Mar 5: Pasta night & Vegas Raffle Draw (Link)
Mar 16: Black & Green Meet 5 (Link)
Mar 22: Day Camp (Link)
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Swimmer of the Month

Bronze (M/W): MengZhuo (Madia) Li for being swimmer of the month of February. She is always helping her teammates and working hard. She always listens to her coach and has greatly improved!!!

Bronze (T/TH): Isabelle Carleton. Isabelle always comes to practice with a smile, listens intently and applies her corrections. 

Silver: Roch Wheeler. He always has a positive mindset and is up for a challenge no matter the difficulty.

Gold: Kaitlyn Cai. She is present at every practice with a good attitude, always smiling and puts in a lot of effort.

Pre-Comp Lawson: Joe Rodriguez. Over February he had the best attendance of the whole group, work hard and swims with a bright smile.

Congratulations swimmers