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Nineteen years ago a vision for Boardworks was born.  That vision was to turn Victoria's youth into international champions.  Consistently ranked as high as the number two diving club in Canada, that vision has become a reality.  Boardworks divers have now achieved championship or medal-winning performances at almost every level of competition and this year, Boardworks own Riley McCormick, Victoria born and raised represented Canada at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

To achieve the goal of turning Victoria's youth into international diving champions, Boardworks provides children with an opportunity to learn and train in an environment that is both challenging and focused as well as fun and rewarding.  From entry level programs like OlympicGarten through to Olympic and World Championship-level athletes, Boardworks' coaching staff is dedicated to providing the very best programs and training environment in order to meet the needs and goals of every athlete.

Boardworks accomplishments include:

  • 2nd ranked junior team in Canada for 12 years
  • 2nd ranked senior team in Canada in 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010, 2011 & 2012
  • 7 Senior National champions
  • 53 Senior National medals
  • 26 Senior National medallists
  • 11 Senior National team members
  • 67 Junior National titles
  • 19 Junior National Champions
  • 167 Junior National medals
  • 21 Junior National team members
  • 1 World Champion
  • 2 World Junior Championship medallists
  • 2 Pan Am Games medallists
  • 2 Olympic team members at 3 Olympics
  • 4 World Championship team members
  • 7 Canada Games medals
  • 7 Junior Pan Am Junior Championship medallists

Located on Vancouver Island in the city of Victoria, Boardworks trains at Saanich Commonwealth Place which was built for the 1994 Commonwealth Games.  Known as one of the premier diving facilities in Canada and around the world, SCP provides Boardworks athletes with the opportunity to train at a high quality facility whose Commonwealth Games legacy focuses on maintaining an internationally competitive facility in order to assist high performance athletes achieve their international goals.