The 2021-2022 season was the first season for WAVE’s dual sport program – Junior Waves. During a season that saw many stops and starts due to COVID, our athletes competed in swim meets in Ottawa, Belleville, and Toronto and water polo tournaments in Montreal and Toronto. It was a fantastic start to our new program and we are looking forward to the years of success ahead. You can see some of the year’s highlights below and for more information read the news articles from the past year.
We’ve always believed that swimming is to water polo as skating is to hockey — they are intertwined in so many ways. Capital Wave has worked hard with Swim Ontario and Ontario Water Polo to train our coaching staff in both sports to build our success as a dual-sport club.
WAVE is the only club in Ottawa that is an official swim club and water polo club. Look no further, this is where it all starts.
Junior Waves athletes must attend 90% of their practices. Practices are three times per week. Athletes must do swimming and water polo. The focus of practices will change from swimming to water polo and vice versa at the discretion of the coaching staff.
There are 2 levels at Junior Waves – A and B. All “A” athletes are expected to attend all swim meets and water polo tournaments – should they be invited.
Athletes will be registered with Swim Ontario and Ontario Water Polo and can not be registered with any other club.