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Sharks take a bite out of Aylmer!

Posted by Pool Sharks at Oct 20, 2019 7:07PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Congrats to everyone today! There were lots of smiles at the first seal meet of the season! Such a great example of a solid team as you could hear the kids cheering each other on!

Coach Colleen said it best “Every last child bettered their times and showed improvement with their strokes. #bestkeepsgettingbetter #gratefulcoach”.

Go sharks!

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Upcoming team activities!

Posted by Pool Sharks at Sep 14, 2019 7:01AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Make sure to check out the calendar often!

Sept 28—→ Time trial and breakfast 7am-915am? (time trial at the Chatham YMCA first thing in the morning, then head on over to TSI @ St.Clair college for some breakfast! Breakfast is by $$ donation and donation of a canned good, clean out those cupboards for a good cause!)

Sept 28—→ Corn Maze vs The Sharks 530pm-9pm?
( https://imaze.ca/ )

Register today!

Posted by Pool Sharks at Aug 19, 2019 10:31PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Registration is now open for the 2019-2020 season!

Sasseville wins two Canadian medals

Posted by Pool Sharks at Aug 15, 2019 7:00AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Genevieve Sasseville of the Chatham Y Pool Sharks won two medals – one silver and one bronze – at the Canadian swimming championships on the weekend in Winnipeg.

Sasseville won silver in the women’s 100-metre butterfly in 1:00.41 on Saturday. She led until the final few metres when Hannah Genich passed her to win in 59.90 seconds.

On Sunday, the 16-year-old from Chatham won bronze in the 200 butterfly in 2:15.31. She was also seventh in the ‘B’ final and 15th overall in the 100 freestyle in 58.28 seconds.
On Friday, she was fourth in the 50th butterfly and seventh in the 200 freestyle.

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Quinn Matteis was fast in the water this week, winning three medals at the Canadian Junior Swimming Championships in Calgary, Alberta.

The 14-year-old swimmer, who represents the Chatham Y Pool Sharks, won a gold medal in the 400m freestyle race. He touched in a time of 4:07.94.
He added a pair of silvers in the 800m freestyle (8:31.81) and 1500m freestyle (16:30.87) races.
Matteis swam for Team Ontario earlier this summer, and won a Provincial Open Water gold.