OSI News Archive - September, 2010
September 24, 2010
We have a page with all the information about next week's House of Delegates, Mini-Expo and OSCA clinics. Please visit this page to stay up to date.
September 15, 2010
Due to the OSU vs. U of O football game being held in Corvallis on December 4, we encourage teams planning on attending the CAT Senior Open the weekend of December 3-5 to book their hotel rooms as soon as possible. Our sponsor, Salbasgeon Suites, has announced that they have just a few rooms still available. If you are unable to find a room at a Corvallis hotel, you may consider contacting hotels in Albany, which is 12-13 miles from Osborn Aquatic Center in Corvallis. A list of Albany hotels will be posted on the CAT website at www.corvallisaquaticteam.org. If you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Soule' at email@example.com
September 13, 2010
Clinics for officials will held at the Pacific University in Forest Grove, Saturday October 2, there is no charge for attending the clinic.
Train the Trainer session: 9AM - Noon
Stroke and Turn, Starter, referee and Electronic Timing 1PM - 4PM.
Meet Directors Clinic 1PM - 4PM.
Contact the OSI office if you are interested in one of the clinics, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 2, 2010
Jacob Pebley of Corvallis became the second 15-16 US male to ever go under 2:00 in the 200 back, posting a final time of 1:58.96, finishing 2nd overall at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships this past weekend. He broke the Oregon Swimming Open record by two seconds. On the first night of competition, Jacob finished 3rd in the 100 back, in :55.88, one hundredth of a second off the Oregon Swimming Open record held by Whitney Woolard. On day two, he finished 10th in the 400 I.M., in 4:28.33, breaking the Oregon Swimming 15-16 held by Matt Rankin. Jacob broke the 15-16 200 IM record swimming 2:04.30 to place fifth. In his final swim of the meet, he lead off the USA's B medley relay swimming 55.61 to tie the National Age Group record. The Jr. Pan Pac Championships includes the top 18 and under swimmers in Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand.