CBAC heading back to pool
The Aquaplex is ready to tackle another year despite pool renovations.
The Sports Recreation & Arts Expo on September 13 allows youth to discover new passions like swimming. The Canadian Badlands Aquatic Club (CBAC) is set for another year of competitive swimming
“We’re just looking for new people that are interested in joining” said Sheila Martin, CBAC coach. The pool hopes to be fully functioning by October. CBAC offers coaching for the beginner swimmer who is just getting their feet wet in competitive swimming, up to seasoned swimmers. The club has had swimmers compete at the provincial level and beyond. There are members of the club who also train in Airdrie.
“We’re hoping it will attract people and not scare them off, we don’t know exactly when the pool will be ready but we will be using the outdoor pool for sure for the month of September and a little bit into October.
According to its website, “the goal of CBAC is to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of their abilities.”
Last season Nathan Dobell and Ava Harrington represented CBAC at provincials, and Ava achieved championship times.