Programs


 

 

Pre-Competitive




Little AquaGO (Ages 5 - 7) - Fall 10 Week Session & Spring 10 Week Sessions
This once/week program is for young children who would like to explore the water in fun and creative ways. At each session they will learn swimming basics while also developing their creativity to help in developing future art swim skills. This is a great way for younger athletes to get introduced to the water in a fun and safe environment!

Each class runs for one hour and includes 15 minutes of flexibility. This program aligns with the AquaGO program from Canada Artistic Swimming. Our Little AquaGO coach will instruct from in the water to further aid in learning and skill development.

Fall Start Date: Saturday, October 3, 2020

Spring Start Date: At this time, current covid restrictions do not allow us to run this program.

 

AquaGO (Ages 8 & Up) - Fall 10 Week Session & Spring 10 Week Session
As a once/week group, these swimmers learn all the basics of swimming and artistic swimming while enjoying the fun aspects of ‘playing’ and ‘dancing’ in the water. They also engage in flexibility training every session to improve their range of motion. Although they don't compete they do present a small routine at our Christmas and Year-End Water Shows!

Each session runs for 1.25 hours and aligns with the AquaGO program from Canada Artistic Swimming. 

Swimmers should be comfortable swimming at least 25 meters in deep water before joining our AquaGO program

Fall AquaGO Start Date: Saturday, October 3, 2020

 

Spring AquaGO Start Date: March 13, 2021

10 Week 2021 Spring Session:


Saturdays from 1-2:15pm @ U of A West Pool

March 16-May 15, 2021: There will be no weeks off for Spring Break or Easter.

All swimmers and coaches will maintain 3m distancing at all times. With current protocols in place there are no spectators allowed in the facility. If there are any updates from the government that effect our programming we will make adaptations as we see fit.

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Competitive

 




9 - 10 and 
11-12
These swimmers train twice/week and compete at the first level of competition across the Province. They are typically still new to synchro or have one year pre-competitive or competitive experience under their belt. Swimmers in this group are introduced to three Provincial level competitions from March to May.

Novice (Ages 11-15)
This is a great option for swimmers who are a bit older and have no prior competitive experience. It allows them to start at a simpler level for their first year of competition before moving on to higher age groups. This group trains twice/week and also competes at three Provincial level competitions from March to May.

13-15 and 16-20
Swimmers in these age categories enjoy competing at a higher level in 3 competitions per year within Western Canada. Competitions are a great way to expose swimmers to other clubs and routines in the province. They are high energy and offer an opportunity for swimmers to show off their positive sportsmanship!

Teen Rec / Non-Cohort

We are excited to offer a 2x/week Teen Rec program for those swimmers who want to continue to swim at a less competitive level. We are also offering a 2x/week non-cohort program for those swimmers who are unable to cohort with a team, but still want to swim.


Extra Routines
We also offer solos and duets for swimmers in the 12&U and higher age categories. These routines offer more one-on-one training, choreography development and competition experience. If your swimmer is up for more of a challenge try out an extra routine!

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