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2018 Awards Gala

Our annual Awards Gala will be held in conjunction with our Fall High Performance Training Camp, featuring  Guest Coach Michel Larouche, as well as our Board Development workshop.  Deadline for Banquet tickets is Tue, Sept 25th.FB Banquet pic

National Medals

20180708_1737480.jpgCongratulations to Lila Stewart and Presley Deck, both of Regina Diving Club for bringing home medals from the Jr. Development Nationals held in Toronto from July 6-8.  Lila won her Silver medal on Group D Platform and Presley earned a Bronze medal on Group D 3m.  These two were also super close to a medal on 1m where Presley finished 4th and Lila was 5th.  Great job girls!

Broken Provincial Record

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Congratulations to Kash Tarasoff of the Saskatoon Diving Club on his new provincial record!  Kash broke the Men’s Group E platform record set in February by Freddie Moffat.  Freddie’s score = 247.00  Kash beat it by just 1 point = 248!  Congrats boys.

Sask Sport Award Finalist

sportAwardsBanner2017Congratulations to Rylan Wiens who has been named as a finalist for 2017 Sask Sport  Youth Male of the Year Award.  Rylan had a phenomenal year in 2017 which culminated in a bronze medal at Jr Pan Ams in Victoria.  Winners will be announced at the Awards Reception in Saskatoon on March 22nd.  Congratulations on another great accomplishment Rylan!  Rylan’s bio and information about all the Sask Sport Award nominees can be found here.

 

Broken Records and Medals

27067871_1746460922051341_8969805753258036841_n.jpgRylan Wiens had a phenomenal meet last weekend in Saskatoon at the Diving Plongeon Canada’s Winter Senior National Championships, winning medals, breaking records and earning an important team spot.  Rylan’s first event was the 10m Synchro with his new partner Bryden Hattie of Victoria.  In their first competition together, Rylan and Bryden won the Gold medal and set a new National record for Men’s 10m Synchro.  Rylan went on to win a bronze medal on Individual 10m Platform, breaking the current Saskatchewan record by 50 points.  It was quite a comeback story after he finished 11th in Preliminaries and came back to finish his last – and most difficult – dive with 9.5s and 10s.  An exciting moment for the hometown crowd.  Rylan’s performance earned him a spot on the Commonwealth Games Team which will be heading to Australia in April.  Congratulations Rylan and Coach Mary Carroll!

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