COVID-19 Sport and Recreation Interim Measures(07.01.22)

We would like to inform you that the current interim measures for recreation and organized sport activities remain in effect which means that only Practices within a single team for swimmers 12 and older are possible.
This a revised version of the interim measures for sport and recreation which include clarification on isolation and contact tracing requirements in the event of an individual testing positive on a COVID-19 test.
The current restrictions are an interim/temporary step of the Government of NB and are currently under review.
We also remind you that, in accordance with these current restrictions, Swim NB suspends all events scheduled for January 2022. As more information becomes available, a revised calendar will be prepared to provide the best possible range of activities for our swimmers. Clubs will be able to submit sanction requests for in-club class 2 Time Trials until inter-club activities are able to resume.
Thank you for your patience and dedication to providing opportunities wherever feasible.

Swimming New Brunswick announce 2022 Canada Games support staff

The coaches and support staff for the New Brunswick swimming team for 2022 CG has been finalised.
Swimming New Brunswick coach Mohamed Rachidi (NES – Edmundston) will be the team head coach and will be joined by fellow Paula Stewart (SNB), Bryan Woods (TIDE – St John), Ryan Allen (CNBOMoncton) and Kozue Uchiyama (MWC – Miramichi) as assistant coaches. Nathalie Levesque, currently CNBO president, is the team manager. Rachidi believes that it is a strong group of coaches that will make it to the 2022 Games. “The staff are skilled and experienced. They will be working very hard together to ensure the swimmers get all they need to achieve optimal performances in Niagara.”

Coach NB : Opportunities

Coach NB is looking for a Women & Girls Project Manager. Please check this link for more information. Deadline to submit your application is Friday, January 21 (midnight).