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After much delay, the Georgina Syrgiannis Swim Marathon will be taking place the week of June 7 to 12 This event is our annual community outreach event where we challenge our swimmers to swim as far as they can within a time limit while raising money for Palliative Care, our member’s fundraising accounts, and for our club! There are prizes for most money raised & most laps as well as group totals! There is still time to obtain pledges for this event. For a video tutorial on how to solicit...

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Summer Programs are now available Learn to swim: For who? Dolphins and Fish level We will offer 2 sessions this summer Monday and Wednesday, from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Session 1: June 28, 30, July 5, 7, 12 and 14 Session 2: July 19, 21 26, 28, Aug 2 and 4 Cost: $75 per session for 6 lessons Register here Stroke Clinic: For who? Prospect & Pre-Comp We will offer 5 weeks of stroke camp, 5 days a week, Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm Week...

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Dear Members; We are very grateful that our swimmers had a chance to swim during this difficult time, Since March 2020, we did our best to keep everyone in the water by following the restrictions and guidelines. And we are very fortunate to our members; swimmers, and their parents for their supports. We are approaching the end of the season 2020-21; The last day will be June 26th for all competitive and pre-competitive swimmers. The last week of June will be a racing week for all swimmers, pre-comp, and competitive...

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Congratulations Jada Ogrodnick for winning the RODS “Staycation” raffle!! Enjoy a night away from home at the Delta, time at the Damara Spa, breakfast at Fresh & Sweet, and supper at Victoria’s Tavern! Thank you for supporting the team! Congrats to Brody for selling the winning ticket!

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WE ARE BACK!!! Monday, May 10th, we will start swimming again as the Lawson pool will be open. Check your email for your group schedule. Please make sure that you follow all guidelines and the RODS "Return to swim Guidelines" and stay home if you feel sick. GO Dolphins GO

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Dear Members; The City of Regina extended the pool closure until May 10th, we will continue our Dry Land plan as sent by email. If there is any change, we will let you know as soon as possible. Thank you.

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Hello Swimming Parents, Swim meets are an essential part of the sport of swimming, allowing athletes to test their skill and reach their swimming goals! Unfortunately, the RODS have not been able to host any swim meets this year. In a regular season, you would receive volunteer points for working shifts at a swim meet. This year, we would like to encourage you to get certified as an official by offering volunteer points for taking courses. Swimming officials implement the technical and administrative rules of swimming and ensure the competition...

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RODS Staycation Raffle 2021! We are excited to share with you your next opportunity to raise money for your personal fundraising account! We are SUPPORTING LOCAL and have put together an ultimate STAYCATION package that supports our local economy! We have had generous donations from the Delta Hotel, Damara Spa, and Victoria’s Tavern! We are providing 2 books of 15 tickets to every family who opted in to fundraise. Families who have paid out their fundraising may be able to sell tickets if there are any extra books. If you...

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WE ARE DOLPHINS What the Dolphins letters stand for: Determination, Ownership, Love, Professional, Honesty, Invest, Now and Student “The 8 habits of successful athletes in Training, in Competition & in Life” D: Determination: to achieve my best every day. Swimming is a long-term sport in an instant gratification world. Swimmers who understand and embrace that it takes time, and are willing to commit to this are the ones that I look for. O: Ownership: to accept responsibility for my failures and not to blame others. Can you adapt to any...

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Oh hello ��! Think back to the last time you did a big, “boring” swim practice. Maybe the set was something you didn’t see the point of. Your mind wandered. Your focus wavered. Time seemed to slow to a dog-paddle-with-DragSox-on crawl. And hey, I get it… I am not immune to my mind wandering outside the lane lines, especially when I am dead tired or I am stressed out or I’m fantasizing about the 16-course dinner I am going to stuff in my gullet when I get home. But if...