Pickering Swim Club
The Pickering Swim Club has been serving the local community since 1973. The club has approximately 200 swimmers that participate in competitive swimming from the novice to national level. The Club relies on parent volunteers for almost all of its day-to-day operations.
The professional coaching staff is led by Head Coach Anne Ottenbrite, a three time medalist at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and member of the Order of Canada. The club has produced many national and international level competitors, including two Olympians in Lisa Flood and Laura Nichols.
Training from facilities located at the Pickering Recreation Center, Dunbarton High School and the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Center. Programming from the introductory fundamentals level to high performance and beyond is available to members.
The Pickering Swim Club is a not for profit amateur swim club that follows the Long-Term Athlete Development Plan and is guided by its mission of developing youth into goal oriented adults through competitive swimming.
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