Aurora Synchro offers group and individual training for children of all ages and ability levels, from novice to national. Our goal is to offer age-specific training for all of our athletes, geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of their abilities in a team environment. Following Sport Canada's long-term athlete development (LTAD) model, our programs implement optimal training and development for swimmers of every age and stage.
Here are some reasons to join Aurora Synchro:
1. For quality in coaching
All of our coaches exceed the minimum certification level required by Alberta Artistic Swimming and have competed at the national level. Most Aurora coaches are Aurora alumni, bringing a history of success to their athletes. Learn more about our COACHES.
2. For quality programming
The Auroras have a history of success at all levels including participation on provincial and national teams. Learn more by clicking on our NEWS Articles and checking out our facebook page. Aurora programming offers weekly cross-training activities that include diving, tumbling, trampoline, stroke improvement, yoga, pilates, oxygen exchange training, and flexibility. Aurora athletes receive verbal and visual feedback from our coaches using the most up-to-date technology available to the sport. Aurora Synchro programs follow Sport Canada’s sport for life (CS4L) and long-term athlete development (LTAD) programs.
3. For training at a world-class facility
Kinsmen Sports Centre is recognized as one of the best facilities in Canada to train in. There are two 50m pools as well as a deep tank. The facility is host to all aquatic high performance clubs which elevates the training environment for all athletes. The Kinsmen facility offers storage for our electronics and coaching tools, and meeting rooms for athlete and parent meetings.
4. For travel opportunities
Our Wildrose swimmers compete within the Province, while our high performance National stream athletes compete within North America and beyond.
For more information on our policies please see the club's Red Book policy document.