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Aquatic Clubs

DDO Swim Team

From the swimmer at a first competition to the finalist at the Canadian National Championships, our competitive program develops and trains them all.

The Dollard Swim Club is one of the largest swimming clubs in Canada and each of our swimmers is given the opportunity to “Be the best that you can be” and become a better person in the process.

For more information
You can consult the Dollard Swim Club’s website at www.ddoswim.com or contact the Club’s head coach Marc Beaudry 514-684-0070, local 258 / mbeaudry@ddo.qc.ca

DDO Masters Club

The Dollard Masters Club is designed for swimmers 18 years old and over. Our program is geared towards individual needs of swimmers of all levels. They are encouraged to participate, from those working on their fitness and stroke improvement to former competitive swimmers who wish to continue competing at the Masters level.

For more information
You can consult Dollard Masters Club’s website at https://ddoswim.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/MDDO_Sched_Fees_18-19a.pdf or contact the Club’s head coach Matt Showers 514-684-0070, local 224/mshowers@ddo.qc.ca

Dollard Synchro Club

The Dollard Synchro Club invites swimmers of all ages and skill levels to participate in one of our "Get in Spirit, Get in Synch" programs. These programs encourage novice, development and high caliber swimmers to discover their potential in a structured and motivating environment.

For more information
You can consult the Dollard Synchro website at dollardsynchro.ca or contact the Dollard Synchro head coach Laura Swift at ddo.headcoach@gmail.com

DDO Waterpolo Club

The DDO Waterpolo Club is one of the top waterpolo clubs in Canada led by head coaches Scott Smith (men) and Andrew Robinson (women)

For more information
You can consult the DDO Waterpolo Club’s website at www.ddowaterpolo.ca or contact Scott at scotty_ddowaterpolo@hotmail.com or Andrew at andrewbrob@gmail.com

Special Olympics Swim Team

The Special Olympics Swim Team trains once a week. The swimmers are affiliated with the West Island Special Olympics, which enables them to participate in swim meets at regional, provincial, national and international levels.

As practices are vigorous, with emphasis placed on competitive strokes and skills, participants must be evaluated before registering.

For more information
You can consult the team’s website at www.olympiquesspeciaux.qc.ca or contact W.I.S.O. at 514-843-8778 / info@olympiquesspeciaux.qc.ca