Masters Swimming Canada is an organization that supports and promotes Masters Swimming in Canada at the national level. Masters Swimming Canada's role is to provide programs that are relevant to masters swimmers across Canada and to work with provincial bodies and clubs to implement those programs locally. Masters Swimming Canada's overarching goal is to enhance the swimming experience of its members and thereby expand participation in Masters Swimming. Masters Swimming Canada strives to meet the needs of all its members, from new swimmers to those who compete at the highest levels of Masters Swimming. The word "Masters" in Masters Swimming refers to age and not skill level. In Canada swimmers must be 18 years of age to register as a Masters Swimmer. Masters Swimming Canada's organization

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  • Masters Swimming Canada is an organization that supports and promotes Masters Swimming in Canada at the national level. Masters Swimming Canada's role is to provide programs that are relevant to masters swimmers across Canada and to work with provincial bodies and clubs to implement those programs locally. Masters Swimming Canada's overarching goal is to enhance the swimming experience of its members and thereby expand participation in Masters Swimming. Masters Swimming Canada strives to meet the needs of all its members, from new swimmers to those who compete at the highest levels of Masters Swimming. The word "Masters" in Masters Swimming refers to age and not skill level. In Canada swimmers must be 18 years of age to register as a Masters Swimmer. Masters Swimming Canada's organization values are "Fun and Friendship, Health and Wellness, Participation and Achievement". Masters Swimming Canada is registered as a federally incorporated non-profit corporation and is governed by an elected board of directors. Registered Masters clubs are the voting members of the corporation. The board of directors acts as a policy-governance board with an executive director responsible for ongoing operations. It is a member of Swimming Natation Canada Inc., the national governing body for swimming in Canada. (en)
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  • Masters Swimming Canada is an organization that supports and promotes Masters Swimming in Canada at the national level. Masters Swimming Canada's role is to provide programs that are relevant to masters swimmers across Canada and to work with provincial bodies and clubs to implement those programs locally. Masters Swimming Canada's overarching goal is to enhance the swimming experience of its members and thereby expand participation in Masters Swimming. Masters Swimming Canada strives to meet the needs of all its members, from new swimmers to those who compete at the highest levels of Masters Swimming. The word "Masters" in Masters Swimming refers to age and not skill level. In Canada swimmers must be 18 years of age to register as a Masters Swimmer. Masters Swimming Canada's organization (en)
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  • Masters Swimming Canada (en)
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