2020-2021 Season & COVID19 Update

Hi Tritons!

We hope everyone is safe, and able to get out and enjoy the warmer weather.

With vaccines starting to become more available, and a good chance that herd immunity could be reached by the end of summer, we’re hoping to start back up in September. Unfortunately, with more infectious COVID variants taking over, we still don’t feel that it’s safe for our swimmers or their families to start up any sooner.

We appreciate your patience over the last year. Our priority has always been safety.

As we get more details concerning our start up, we’ll pass it along through emails. Please also check our website at We’ve been slowly moving away from our Facebook presence, but it’s still a good way to ask questions or pass along information.

Stay safe. We’re almost through this!

Coach Rick
Coach Aimee
Board of Directors

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  • Do Ian Thorpe’s Comments Also Apply to Women’s 200 Freestyle May 26, 2021
    Last week I analyzed the Men’s 200 Freestyle in light of Ian Thorpe’s comments (see here). This week I’m looking at the Women’s elite 200 Freestylers. Briefly, Thorpe said that if swimmers can’t go out hard and match his impressive last 50 speed, then they have to go out very hard and survive that last… […]
    Rick Madge
  • 200 Freestyle Analysis in Light of Ian Thorpe’s Comments May 18, 2021
    It’s a little daunting to analyze a statement from one of the best swimmers the world has ever seen. But here goes. A few months ago, Ian Thorpe assessed the world of 200 freestyle, and declared that the everyone was swimming it wrong. Basically, he says that if swimmers don’t have his incredible last 50… […]
    Rick Madge
  • We Need COVID-19 Reporting by Sport August 24, 2020
    We’ve seen an unending stream of statistics regarding COVID-19 cases, deaths, recoveries, etc., all sorted by geographical area. This data can be incredibly useful when used by authorities for making larger social decisions. Low community rates may indicate it’s safe to open up, while spiking community rates may point to increased restrictions. However, we generally… […]
    Rick Madge
  • Why We’re Not Starting Up in September August 3, 2020
    As the title says, my team isn’t returning to swimming in September. Or October. In fact, we’re going to monitor the pandemic infection rates for a while to figure out when it will actually be safe, however long that takes. And the key to this decision is that Ontario had declared that kids will be… […]
    Rick Madge
  • 8 Strange Olympic Swimming Events June 24, 2020
    Something fun as a change from everything else that’s happening.  Oh, and the picture above is the start of one of the Olympic races in the River Seine (1900).   8.  First Olympic Breaststroke event (1904) While it’s the earliest known type of swimming, Breaststroke didn’t make it’s Olympic debut until the 1904 Olympics in… […]
    Rick Madge

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    Anna Manalo
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