All events will be at Spani Pool – home of the 2016 BCSSA Provincial Championships



By on June 30th, 2016

Click the link to sign up for the Best Ever Meet on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 located at Simon Fraser University Aquatic Centre

By on June 29th, 2016

Sign up for the Hootenanny Swim Meet here

By on June 24th, 2016

Here is the Merritt Away swim meet sign up link

We are in the process of securing housing however we need to know how many members are in need of accommodations. We will be putting up another sign up for accommodations at NVIT – please fill out ASAP.

We also want to make sure we get the right numbers for reserving tables for the team dinner. Please sign up here

By on June 9th, 2016

Sign up link for the Port Moody Meet is below:
Location: Westhill Pool, Port Moody, B.C.
Date: June 25 & 26
Port Moody A/B Meet link:
This will go live June 10th @ noon

Note All Meet sign ups live under the Events Tab.

By on June 9th, 2016

Sign up links for the Poco Marlin Meets are below:

Location: Centennial Pool, Port Coquitlam.

Date: June 18th-19th

Poco A/B Meet link:

Poco Development meet:

Note All Meet sign ups live under the Events Tab.

By on June 2nd, 2016

Don’t forget to sign up for our Intraclub Meet!

If you are an athlete sign up here –

If you are a parent sign up here –

By on May 19th, 2016

The following clinics have been scheduled for new or existing swimming officials in our region:

7-9 pm May 12, Stroke & Turn
Room 2 (upstairs), Poirier Rec Centre, Coquitlam

7-9 pm May 16, Stroke & Turn
BCSSA office, 205 – 2323 Boundary Rd.

7-9 pm May 18, Starter & Referee
BCSSA office, 205 – 2323 Boundary Rd.

7-9 pm May 24, Stroke & Turn
Vancity on Shaughnessy, Port Coquitlam

If you are interested in becoming an official for swimming this year, a Stroke and Turn clinic is the place to start learning. For new parents, it’s a great way to learn about the sport and get ready to start volunteering at swim meets. If you already have experience as a Stroke and Turn official, you may want to try the Starter and Referee clinic. All deck officials should attend a clinic each year to update and refresh your knowledge. Attending clinics counts as hours toward your family’s volunteer obligations.

If you have not already reserved a spot at the clinics, please reply to this email and indicate which one(s) you are interested in attending.

Our intra-club meet on May 28 will be a great chance for new officials to start the season off with some practical on-deck experience.

Doug Ward
Sharks Director of Officials

By on May 11th, 2016

Brent Hayden 1/2 Day Swim Camp at Spani

This camp style clinic is run by one of Canada’s greatest swimmers and the fastest swimmer in Canadian history. As a London 2012 Olympic Games Bronze Medalist, Brent Hayden is the only Canadian to medal at the Olympics in the 100m freestyle. In 2007, he became the first Canadian in 21 years to win Gold at the World Championships. His international career spanned 10 years (2002-2012) which took him to three Olympic Games and six World Championships. He holds six Canadian Records and held two World Records. In 2007, he was voted Canadian Athlete of the Year and was a finalist for the same award in 2012. In 2013, he was inducted into the BC Sport Hall of Fame. He is an expert in stroke, start and turn technique and has valuable knowledge in performance preparation, whether it’s mental, physical, or nutritional.

Brent is bringing his swim camp to Spani Pool Saturday May 7, and Sunday, May 8. Find the day that is right for you. The 1/2 day camp consist of 2hrs in the pool and 1.5hrs in the classroom.

Saturday, May 7 – Freestyle for Swimmers in Div 1-4 (Juniors & Intermediates)

Sunday, May 8 – Freestyle for Swimmers in Div 4-8 (Intermediates & Seniors)

Time: 11am – 3:00pm (bring your lunch/snacks)

Place: Spani pool

Fee: $100 plus GST ($105)
Please make cheques out to Coquitlam Sharks Aquatic Club.

To register your swimmer, please contact the Swim Director at

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