EDYN NOWAK (LEFT) and Janaya Ryan attended the recent 10 & Under Vancouver Island Regional Development Camp in Duncan.

Sharks attend regional camp

CVAC hosting VIR championships this weekend at Aquatic Centre




Two Comox Valley Aquatic Club Sharks were chosen to attend this year’s 10 & Under Vancouver Island Regional Development Camp.

The camp was held in Duncan and featured coaches from across Vancouver Island who spent time with the future stars. Janaya Ryan and Edyn Nowak were in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed the camp.

Camps such as these give young swimmers a chance to interact with Canada’s best swimmers (Olympians) – inspiring them to commit to the work needed to reach their goals.

The Sharks invite everyone to follow our young stars online or enjoy our next home meet: the VIR Championships this weekend (Jan. 18-20) at the Aquatic Centre.


– Comox Valley Aquatic Club Sharks



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