COVID19 Update

Following provincial regulations regarding the COVID19 lockdown, all practices and swim meets attendance are cancelled until further notice. In the meantime, the team is taking the following actions:

  1. Stop cashing cheques starting in April.
  2. Calculate refunds corresponding to March.
  3. Study options to keep our swimmers busy during the lockdown.
  4. Send communications to parents through email as needed.
  5. Posting updates on our website.

For any questions regarding refunds/payments please contact

Please stay safe at home following our health authorities recommendations. We thank you for your understanding and collaboration through this extraordinary time.

  • An Update (sort of) from Coach Rick
    Hi Tritons!   I hope everyone is safe, healthy and finding ways of keeping active that don’t involve tormenting silbings or parents!   We don’t have […]
  • Practice cancellation for Friday, March 13 and Saturday March 14
    We’re canceling practices for all levels for today and tomorrow. Have a safe and enjoyable March Break!
  • Coronavirus Update
    Today the Center for Disease Control in the US confirmed that the coronavirus is inactivated when in properly maintained swimming pools. I checked with Town staff […]
  • Mighty Tritons! It’s Swim-a-thon time!
    Please show your support and help us provide the best resources, coaching and programs by raising valuable dollars that will support our swimming programs. Our club […]
  • Report on Central Region Meets
    Tritons! We’ve now finished the gruelling and incredibly successful series of Central Region Championship meets, starting with the ‘A’ Champs with Tomi and Fabian attending, and […]


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RSS Coach Rick – Mighty Tritons Swimming

  • OK Swimming Canada, Time To Cancel Trials and Other Swim Meets March 13, 2020
    The coronavirus pandemic is fundamentally changing our lives, at least in the short term. We’ve seen sweeping closures and suspensions in virtually every activity that involves many humans gathering in one place. And this includes almost every professional sport plus many amateur sports. The international swimming community is taking this seriously as well. USA Swimming… […]
    Rick Madge
  • Meet Efficiency and Public Announcement of DQs February 18, 2020
    Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of ‘innovations’ meant to speed up swim meets. I’ll mention a few of them before getting to the latest: public announcements of DQs. 3-False-Start Rule For those old enough, you may remember back when swimming had a 3-false-start rule. And in championship meets, it was rare to have… […]
    Rick Madge
  • ISL, NCAA, and Their Fans Love Short Course Swimming. Why doesn’t Swimming Canada? November 30, 2019
      Even a casual viewing of any of the new International Swimming League races shows us an incredibly exciting and competitive atmosphere. In fact, other than the ridiculously prestigious Olympics, there’s only one other type of meet that consistently has this much excitement, this much atmosphere, and this much pure fun. And that’s almost any… […]
    Rick Madge
  • Breathing Strategy for IMs November 6, 2019
    As any of my swimmers will tell you, our pre-race strategy talk for IM always includes discussing their energy strategy (where to swim harder), and their breathing strategy. And of the two, I think the breathing strategy is more important. The breathing strategy for single stroke events is pretty straightforward. Get into some kind of… […]
    Rick Madge
  • 7 Rules (and a Vision) For Becoming a Better Swim Parent – (2019 Version) September 27, 2019
    This is my (almost) annual post regarding the role of swim parents. The beginning of every swim season is an exciting time for both swimmers and parents. And every year, I try to make sure that parents know how they can best help their swimmers achieve their goals. And the short answer is fairly easy.… […]
    Rick Madge

Swimming has taught me that I am capable
of so much more than I ever imagined.


  • Coach Rick's passion for the sport and his coaching methods make Milton Tritons Aquatic Club very unique. My daughters are becoming such great swimmers. Most importantly , becoming well-rounded strong young women 🙂
    Anna Manalo
  • A great swim team that both my daughters have loved and grown with! I highly recommend this club for anyone looking for coaches that develop the whole child.
    Lisa Frencis Vasile
  • Excellent coaching....very motivating, encouraging, positive atmosphere. Kids love it.
    Marietta Glass