It’s hard to believe that another season is officially wrapped. We are extremely proud of how hard our athletes and coaches worked to make the 2017-18 season an amazing one. Thank you as well to all of our families and supporters for standing behind our club and our athletes–we couldn’t do this without you!


Above all, we pride ourselves on building well-rounded athletes who are great teammates, hard workers and confident young people. Congratulations to each of our athletes for building your toolbox of skills that will serve you for life: time management, commitment, goal setting, communication and sportsmanship.


We were also pleased with how our athletes performed in the water. Below is a list of some of the highlights.


October 2017:

  • 96 BSSC swimmers swam 4,012 laps and raised over $6,000 as part of Synchro Swim Ontario’s Burning Bright for Cancer event
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January 2018, Lisa Alexander Meet:

  • Jaimee Near was announced as Synchro Ontario’s top fundraiser for their Burning Bright initiative, contributing $3,040 to help BSSC become the second highest fundraising club in the province. Together, Synchro Ontario athletes raised $55,746.16 for cancer research.
  • Cailyn Wallace and Caroline Scott finished sixth and eighth respectively in 13-15 provincial figures at the Lisa Alexander Meet. Cailyn was also awarded the trophy as the top 14 year old in 13-15 provincial figures and finished seventh in the 13-15 FINA solo event.
  • In 11-12 figures, Paige Zimmerman and Sydney Mazzei finished in 7th and 10th place.
  • Melanie Robillard and Jennifer Berry both brought home bronze medals in AWD-C Level 3 Figures and 10 and Under Figures respectively.
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March 2018, Ontario Winter Games

  • Melanie Robillard placed first in figures, first in solo and third in her balance testing.
  • The Pink Team placed fourth in the land drill competition, fifth in routine, fifth and sixth in duets and Evie received gold standard in flexibility testing. Sydney Mazzei also had a sixth-place finish in figures.
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March 2018, West Regional Championship

  • Nine BSSC teams competed and medaled in every single event they were registered in. Out of the 18 medals that were won at this event, 13 of them were gold.
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April 2018, Hilton Worldwide Invitational

  • Orange Team member CiCi and Pink Team member Faith competed in phase two of Synchro Ontario’s Provincial Team Trials. CiCi also competed for a spot on the Canada Games Team.
  • 22 BSSC routines were showcased. Kayla and Eva also competed their 13-15 duet for the first time, as did Paige with her new 11-12 solo.
  • Eight routines finished in the top six of their competition pool. Of those six routines, BSSC captured four medals–two bronze and two gold.
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May 2018, OOAGSSC

  • SSWCD Solist Melanie Robillard finished her decorated season with a gold medal in solo and a silver in routine. Also taking home silver medals were Asria Morelli and Sophie Slowikowski in 10&U Preset Duet, Jennifer Berry in 10&U Figures and Cailyn Wallace in 13-15 figures.
  • The additional three medals the club collected were bronze. They were achieved by Morgan Armstrong with her 13-15 solo and the Orange team with their performances in their free and technical team events.


May 2018, Canadian Espoir National Championship

  • In her very first national championship, Cailyn (CiCi) Wallace finished 12th in figures out of 193 competitors. After her finals swim, she was ranked as the 11th best 13-15 soloist in the country and competed for a spot on the 13-15 National Team


June 2018

  • Cailyn Wallace was named to Synchro Swim Ontario’s 13-15 Provincial Team