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Information about the Pacific Masters LMSC has been moved. This new page will have more information about the LMSC and club information.


Coaches Appreciation Week
May 3-9

The Pacific Masters Coaches Appreciation Week is May 3-9. This is the week PacMasters sets aside to encouage members to thank their coaches and show them the appreciation for all the work they do during the year.


Senior Games

There will be two venues for competing in the Senior Games this year. The Bay Area Senior Games will be on Sunday May 17th at Stanford, and the Sonoma Wine Country Senior Games will be on June 6th at Santa Rosa Junior College. Both are recognized meet.

The Stanford games are the last games of the in the 2014-2015 Short Course Yards Season the PacMasters and the Sonoma County Wine Country Games is the first competition for the 2015-2016 SCY season.


Pacific Masters LCM Championships
New Date
24-26 July

At the request of the meet organizers, the 2015 Pacific Masters Long Course Meter Championshihps have been move to dates a week later the priviously scheduled. The Championships will now be July 24 - 26.



Pacific Masters
SCY Championships

Results from the Pacific Masters 2015 Short Course Yards Championships have been posted. Congratulations to Walnut Creek Masters who took first place in the large team category.

Thanks to John King and Leo Lin, co-meet directors and co-meet referees and the Walnut Creek Masters team for organizing the meet.

Congratulations to Laura Val who broke her own national record in the Womens 60-64 200 Free and to Lo Knapp who broke the national standard in the Womens 60-64 200 Breaststroke.


400 LCM Medley Meet

Stanford Masters is having a single event 400 LCM Medley Relay on Sunday May 10th. The event is FREE but you must sign up by May 3rd then bring your team mates to Stanfords Avery Aquatic center to swim the medley relay.


Spring Lake

The first open water meet of the 2015 season is the Spring Lake Open Water competition. A one mile loop. Water temp is normally in the mid 60’s. There are some weeds. This swim is always very well run; they will have you out of there by 11:00 am, even if you stay for the awards. Parking is easy. Nice green lawn to sit on. Post event snacks provided.


Lake Berryessa
June 6th

The DAM Lake Berryessa swim is a classic in its 32nd run! The 2015 swim will continue to be held at the new venue - Steele Canyon Campground, near the junction of highways 128 and 121. This venue features plenty of off-street parking and campsites available for the weekend. The water is clean and comfortable and the weather is, more often than not, fine!


Lake Del Valle
Open Water Festival
June 13 -14

This year, the Lake Del Valle event will start on Saturday with a 5K/10K. The swims will run at the same time. You have to pre-register for the 10K and be able to meet the 3 ½ hour cut off time to swim the event. On Sunday, the 1 mile and the 2.5K will be held. If you’re new to open water swimming, try the 1 mile swim. It’s run first. For a good workout, do both. Plenty of parking. A good place to bring the kids: they have a roped off swimming area. Post event snacks provided


OPENWATERPacific.org

A new page devoted just to open water swimming is now up. OpenWaterPacific.org is just about open water swimming and Pacific Masters open water swims.

   

 

 

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