Hundreds of swimmers will be diving into the pool at the Kinsmen Sportsplex this weekend.

The Moose Jaw Kinsmen Flying Fins are hosting the Saskatchewan Junior 'A' Provincial Championship, starting on Friday.

"It's an exciting weekend," said Flying Fins head coach Laura Harvey. "We host junior provincials every year, so it's a big event for us, not only with the swimmers but the club as a whole and our swimmers are super excited and working hard to get ready for a great weekend."

The event will draw in swimmers from around the province and Harvey added that there will be some good competition throughout the three days.

"This is a junior meet so it tends to be some of the younger swimmers in the province who come to this meet, and they had to qualify in order to do that," said Harvey.

"I'm really excited [about the outlook for the local swimmers], we have some pretty special up-and-coming swimmers that have been proving themselves all year so it's going to be exciting to see what they can do in their home pool."

The provincial championship starts on Friday afternoon, runs all day Saturday and wraps up with more swimming on Sunday morning.

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