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Four members of the Oakville Aquatic Club set a Canadian national age-group record in the 4x50-metre freestyle relay.
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FINA made the official announcement that Canada’s men’s 4×100-m medley relay qualified for the Olympic Games. Mack Darragh, winner of the 100 Fly at Olympic Trials, has been named to the 2016 Olympic Team.
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Canadian Olympic Trials starts Tuesday April 5. OAK will be sending 28 swimmers to compete at the Pan Am pool in Scarborough.
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After a long training schedule, the Oakville Aquatic Club travelled to Nepean for the Long Course Provincial Championships last weekend. OAK came home with 10 medals, including three golds by Callum MacPherson.
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OAK Lessons are the first level of OAK. The group practices once a week and will have the opportunity to compete in one "HOB" (Hamilton, Oakville, Brantford) meet at the end of their swim season.
Lessons are where the foundations of competitive swimming begin.
OAK Lessons run for the whole season (September to May)
Interclub fun meets will be available for swimmers in lessons so that they can be assessed for placement into the competitive stream of the Oakville Aquatic Club.
 Full OAK Lesson information can be found on the OAK Lesson tab

 For OAK Lesson inquiries please email:  

The Olympic Prospect program is an introduction to the fundamentals of competitive swimming.
The primary focus is the acquisition of technical skills required for the complete development of a competitive swimmer. Along with the technical component is the introduction to aerobic fitness and competition skills.
It is during these sessions the swimmers learn a sense of routine in competitive training and racing, as well as a sense of sportsmanship, team spirit and a love of the sport.
Each group is designed for the ages and abilities of the swimmers.
The Olympic Prospect groups race in the HOB (Hamilton, Oakville, Brantford) meet series. It is a competition series scheduled throughout the season run by each of the participating clubs. Interclub fun meets will also be available from time to time.
The Development programs build on the fundamentals of competitive swimming as outlined in the Olympic Prospect Programs. The focus is on learning and maintaining skill development, mental awareness, building physical fitness and learning how to compete.
Each development group is designed for the ages and abilities of the swimmers and practices are geared towards the specific ages of the groups. As such, the content of each development program will be slightly different.
Swimmers in the development programs race in competitions specific to their ability.

 The Performance Program encourages the individual to reach their potential and to strive
 towards excellence. In this program the focus is on building a training base and improving a skill set
 to develop the competitive strokes, distances and events. Attention is given to all aspects of development
 as an athlete and to truly challenge the athlete in competitive situations.

 Competitions are based on time standards, ability and experience. The Performance season runs from mid
 September through to the end of June. The higher the level that a swimmer competes at, the longer
 the swimming season runs e.g. athletes who make national/international teams must train longer
 into July and August as the meets they attend follow the International Calendar and are usually
 held in late July or August.

 Performance swimmers are divided into the following training groups with their own dedicated
 coaches. All Performance groups are at the "rep" level based on age group and performance.
 Senior, TAG1, TAG2, TAG3, Gold, Silver, AG1, AG2

 Our season runs from September to July.
 For registration information or to book a tryout for $20, call the  office at 905-842-0903.
 For general inquiries please email .