2023 Atlantic Cup Recap

The 2023 Atlantic cup was a great success! For many swimmers this was their last competition of the season, and chance to show off everything they’ve been working on all year. The competition did not disapoint. With over 200 swimmers from 15 clubs everyone had to swim their hardest to secure a position in a final. While racing to the finals many standards were achieved, NB AA times, eastern times, and even nationals times! In the end the Fredericton Aquanauts Swim Team came out on top and took home the 2023 Atlantic Cup banner. The full list of team results can be found below:

Fredericton Aquanauts Swim Team4,203.50
Charlottetown Bluephins2,681
Club de Natation Blue et Or1,889.50
Blast Swim Club de Natation1,594
Saint John & Fundy Swim Club1,136
Codiac Vikings Aquatic Club796.50
Sackville Swim Club482
Club de Natattion de Shippagan473
Cornwall Sea Lions424.50
Cbs Bluefins202.50
Cape Breton Dorados185
Summerside Dolphin Swim Club158
Western Valley Swim Team157
Miramichi Whitecaps Swim Club96
Les Espadons Porlier de Mont-J57
St. Stephen Shark Attack24.50

On the final day of the swim meet, Monday, an open water session was held in Meenans Cove just outside of Saint John. For many of the swimmers this was their first open water event, however, know one would’ve know with all the amazing performances by the swimmers. With three distance offered, 1km, 2km, and 5km, there was a distance for everyone!

SNB would like to send out a big thanks to the Fredericton Aquanauts Swim Team and the Canada Games Aquatic Centre for hosting such a great competition! We would also like to recognize all the awesome officials who volunteered their time to help officiate the meet, without you it would not have been possible.