Taylor rejoins Sungod club

Former swimmer is now a coach with North Delta group

For a dozen seasons, Erin Taylor competed for the Delta Sungod Swim Club.

Now a coach, she is once again with the North Delta group. After several seasons coaching with the Winskill Dolphions Swim Club in Tsawwassen, Taylor has been hired as the Novice group coach for Sungod swimmers 11-and-under.

“I am very excited to be back in my home club and home town and I really look forward to working towards each swimmer’s own unique goals,” she said. “Great swimming takes practice and I hope that the skills the kids learn from me will serve as a great base for future careers in the pool.”

Taylor ran a very successful development program with the Winskill club, and hopes the experience will allow the Sungod club to expand and offer improved programs in North Delta.

The Delta Sungod Swim Club offers competitive, recreational and learn to swim programs for children 18-and-under.  For more information call 604-345-5912 or go online at www.teamsungod.ca. The club has on-going registration throughout the season.  Swimmers must be at least five years of age, have the ability to swim 15 metres unassisted and be comfortable in deep water.

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