The Pacific Wave Synchro team left for Montreal, Quebec on March 23-31 to compete at the Canadian National Qualifier at Claude Robillard Sport Complex. The group competed in 11 events over the 8 day competition. We are thrilled with the performances and results of our athletes and look forward to watching them shine May 5-12…

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We wanted to take a minute to thank the athletes for their energy and enthusiasm at our 1st club day of the year. Our junior/senior athletes did an amazing job leading the groups and a fun time was had by all. We also wanted to give a special thanks to the athletes who brought friends…

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Pacific Wave Synchro has partnered with the online grocery store SPUD.ca! SPUD will donate up to 25% back from every fundraising product purchased from SPUD.ca/fundraising.  SPUD offers free delivery of local and organic groceries and if you pay with gift cards from SPUD.ca/spudcards, a 10% donation will be made from the purchase of any item on…

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年度会员大会通知 NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Members of Vancouver Pacific Wave Synchronized Swim Club (“PWS”) is called for and will be held at the Richmond City Centre Community Centre (5900 Minoru Boulevard, Richmond, BC) on the 13th day of November, 2018…

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Press Release: Seray Sefayi is not your average University student: she is also a senior (18&over) athlete in the Pacific Wave Synchronized Swimming club, spending more than 25 hours a week in Richmond at the Olympic Oval, Watermania and Minoru Pools. Seray moved to Canada 8 years ago from Turkey. She first joined Pacific Wave at…

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Please join us for our Winter Water Show presented by our National and Provincial stream athletes. We welcome any new athletes aged 5 and up to watch the show and then jump in the pool (deep water) with our swimmers to “Try It” from 5:30-5:45 pm. To register for the “Try It” please click here http://www.vpwsc.ca/try-it

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Press Release: Nancy Liu is not your average grade 7 student: she’s a rising star in the Pacific Wave Synchronized Swimming Club, spending more than 25 hours a week in Richmond at the Olympic Oval, Watermania and Minoru Pools. 

After placing fifth nationally, out of 80 competitors in the 11 and 12-level solo category, Nancy was…

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