We have completed the first 8 week training cycle for practices and we will now be reviewing and improving what we have already learned. Constant repetition is required to be successful in both swimming and water polo.
November is a busy month with many challenges ahead for our athletes. The start of water polo tournaments can be daunting for some, especially those that have just joined WAVE. It is the goal of the coaching staff to have our athletes prepared as much as possible for this level of competition and the scrimmages this weekend are an important part of that.
The WAVE Ambassadors will ride again on January 6, 2024 to Cornwall.
To apply to be an Ambassador, please fill out this form by December 1, 2023 –
WAVE Athletes that are in good standing with the club and are in JWA and above will be considered. Previous Ambassadors will need to apply again.
For more information about the WAVE Ambassadors please see this page –
Congratulations to all that competed in Cornwall last weekend. It was an exciting meet with some great efforts by our athletes and team spirit that is second to none. We had more Regional championships qualifiers at this meet as well as 10 new club records. (LINK)
WAVE continues to get faster.
Let’s celebrate our new record breakers –
- Vivienne Huynh – 8 &U – 50 Back
- Yana Szeto – 9 – 10 – 50 Free
- Siena Ginsberg – 11 – 12 – 100 Back and 100 Fly
- Nicole Borowiec – 11 – 12 – 50 Breast
- Adelle Hircock – 11 – 12 – 200 I.M.
- Chiara McDonald – 13 – 14 – 400 Free
- Adriano Quijado – 9 – 10 – 400 Free
- Liam Myre – 11 – 12 – 400 Free
- Liam Myre – 11 – 12 – 50 Fly
There will be a small team of WAVE athletes at the Petawawa meet due to the water polo tournaments taking place in Toronto and Montreal.
The entries have been posted on the website (LINK). Please visually review the entries to see if you have been included in the meet.
Life is always better in the water,