Home of Summer Mortimer, Paralympic Gold Medalist London 2012

  • Ducks Fall Retreat

    Thursday, September 18, 2014

    The Ducks kicked off the 2014-2015 swim season with guns blazing………literally! Dressed in camo, armed and dangerous , they battled away the afternoon firing paint balls at their beloved team mates...

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  • Ducks Shoulder Clinic

    Wednesday, October 1, 2014

    Ducks hosted the Annual Shoulder Clinic facilitated by Dr. Carey Avery, B Kin., D.C., of St. Andrew’s Chiropractic & Wellness on September 27th. Swimmers and parents received great advice...

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Reg Chappell

FOUNDER/President/High Performance Coach

2012 Ontario Coach of the Year

Canadian & Ontario Para Female Swim Coach of the Year

Coaching Association of Canada Award of Merit

Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal

Welcome to Ducks Swimming!

DUCKS SWIMMING CLUB INC. provides a multi-level program designed to develop interest and participation in competitive swimming. Swimmers are provided with a program to match their abilities and ambitions. Physical development, proper conditioning and good health habits are encouraged. Swimmers also learn team aspects of co-operation, responsibility and leadership, as well as individual dedication, confidence and self-esteem. An atmosphere is created in which the desire for self-improvement and goal achievement motivates the individual to develop their natural abilities and to help others do likewise.

DUCKS SWIMMING CLUB INC. is an incorporated not for profit club, run by experienced swim coaches. The Board of Directors and membership are made up of coaches with a minimum of 15 years experience.

VISION STATEMENT: Ducks Swimming is committed to be a progressive and dynamic team that promotes exciting, quality opportunities for all swimmers, with a specific focus on excellence.

Our Multi Level Program has a spot for you. See our tryout page for details.

Current Champions

Left to Right: Andrew Pignatelli, Soorna Choheili, Jacob Rapp, Hayden Spiers

Holly Biasi

Summer Mortimer