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From icy cold to hot stuff: Another pioneering swim by Paul Duffield (OMSC Affiliate Member)

From icy cold to hot stuff: Another pioneering swim by Paul Duffield (OMSC Affiliate Member)

West Kelowna, BC, September 7th, 2014 – In December 2012, Paul Duffield became Canada’s first (and still only) ice swimmer by swimming a mile in the frigid Okanagan Lake. This past Saturday he tipped the other end of the temperature scale. Duffield completed what he believes is the first recorded solo marathon swim in Osoyoos […]

2014/2015 Season Start

2014/2015 Season Start

The new swim season starts on September 22nd.

2014 Apple Open Water Swim

2014 Apple Open Water Swim

Results now available for the 2014 Apple Open Water Swims!

2014 Team Aquatic Supplies / Arena MSABC Provincial Championships

2014 Team Aquatic Supplies / Arena MSABC Provincial Championships

Results and photos now available!

Watch Shaw TV Okanagan with OMSC!

Watch Shaw TV Okanagan with OMSC!

Back in October 2013, our friends at ShawTV Okanagan came out to one of our Sunday practices and joined us in the pool. We taught the host, Tim Morton, some tips and techniques, and shared our love for swimming. We used underwater cameras, and many swimmers and coaches were interviewed. It was a great time! […]

Volunteering

Volunteering

Each OMSC member is required to volunteer a minimum of 5 hours per year. As a not-for-profit society, we operate on a volunteer basis and need your help.

2013 AGM

2013 AGM

The 2013 OMSC Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday, Nov 17, 2013.

OMSC Awards & Recognition

OMSC Awards & Recognition

The OMSC Awards and Recognition program is a chance to honour our teammates and supporters for the swimming achievements, volunteer contributions and inspiration they have offered us. Application deadline: October 11, 2013

Swim for Eli

Swim for Eli

Swim for Eli was a big success with over 50 people in attendance!

Lake Monsters conquer the English Channel!

Lake Monsters conquer the English Channel!

Congratulations to our own Lake Monsters for successfully crossing the English Channel in 13 hours and 41 minutes!