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We offer adults in Northern California and Northwestern Nevada the opportunity to participate in a lifelong fitness and/or competitive swimming program.

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Pacific Masters Update October 15

The October 15 edition of the Pacific Masters update contains information about the following:

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PacMasters Annual Meeting and Celebration Nov 4!

flyerRegistration is now open for PacMasters 8th Annual Meeting and Celebration. This year's meeting will again be held at St. Mary's College in Moraga on Sunday, November 4. In a change from past years, the day will begin with a split session of workouts (pool and dryland). We'll be split into two groups, each of which will alternate between a 45-minute swim session and a 45-minute gym session.

2017 Swimmers of the Year

At last spring's Pacific Masters Short Course Yards Championships we recognized 2017's outstanding Pacific Masters swimmers. Andrew McPherson and Laureen Welting were recipients of the Laura Val Swimmer of the Year awards. In addition the top three swimmers in each age group were recognized as Age Group Swimmers of the Year. They are listed here.

Mike Lynch, 2018 Pacific Masters Coach of the Year

Mike Lynch
Mike Lynch, the long time coach of Peninsula Community Center (PCC) Masters, was awarded the 2018 Pacific Masters Coach of the Year Award during the Short Course Yards Championships meet in Moraga.  This award recognizes a coach’s ability to inspire swimming skill and ability, build a vigorous and healthy team, and promote the values held dearly by Pacific Masters Swimming and United States Masters Swimming.

Pacific Masters Celebrates Another Great Year at its 2017 Annual Meeting

Pacific Masters Swimming members gathered on November 12 for the organization’s annual meeting and celebration of fitness. This year’s event was highlighted by keynote speaker Natalie Coughlin and featured officer elections and the presentation of fitness and achievement awards.

The festivities started with a practice at Acalanes High School in Lafayette with a practice led by Mary & Stu Kahn with assistance from Rick Hamilton, Mike Kazek, Carol Nip and Joel Wilson. Following the work out, participants were treated to a breakfast of bagels, juice and coffee.

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