BCSSA Provincial Championships ends with a splash
Aug 22, 2016
Faint sounds of light smacks to the body and deep breaths were heard if one listened closely enough amidst the boisterous crowd. This was no Rio, but jittery nerves were still just as present for many young athletes at the 58th BCSSA Provincial Championships.
The City of Coquitlam once again hosted the BCSSA Provincial Championships, bringing over 5,000 people to the city including 1,500 athletes and 200 coaches. viaSport Media was onsite at the City Centre Aquatic Complex and Spani Pool to capture future Olympians in water polo, springboard diving, synchronized swimming and speed swimming across B.C.
To date, the BCSSA Provincial Championships has brought in more than 40,500 live and archived views from over 121 countries worldwide.
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— B4 Swim Club (@B4SwimClub) August 21, 2016
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