U of A west pool Advanced Pre comps - Edmonton Central - (Sep to May) (3 hr program) Saturdays from 3:30 to 6:30PM. Monthly:

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U of A west pool Advanced Pre comps - Edmonton Central - (Sep to May) (3 hr program) Saturdays from 3:30 to 6:30PM. Monthly:

143.00

$143 corresponds to the first month payment including Alberta Artistic Swim Annual fee, (33 dollars)

U of A West pool – Saturday 3:30 to 6:30 PM - (no classes during the long weekends)

The Advanced Pre Comp program is for swimmers who have passed at least star 3 and are 6 to 10 years old. Swimmer who have already taken the “Advanced Pre Comp” Program need to register as a 10 & U or Novice team.

The Advanced pre comp program is designed for swimmers with a higher level of commitment to the sport than a regular pre comp. While not ready to commit to a competitive program the swimmer views synchro as a competitive sport in the years to come.

Club fees $110/monthly (9 months)

To register for the U of A Advanced Pre comp program add the 1rst month fee (110.00), which is the first month deposit. All Subsequent 8 monthly payments will be done by post dated cheques. (110/month)

Payment can also be done by cheque or e-transfer. Please contact our treasurer at treasurer@excelsynchroclub.com to arrange either of these forms of payment.

First day of practices: Saturday 14 of September

No classes:

October 12

November 9 

February 15

April 11

April 18

May 16

Classes end May 30

Late registration - prices will be pro-rated, if there are open spots.

This program is run by NCCP certified coaches. This class is 3 hours long which includes 1.5 hours of synchro .5 hrs of stroke improvement and 45 minutes of dryland.

Each lesson has both a dry-land and water component.  The in-water part of the lesson trains elementary skills that synchronized swimmers use to move in the water (eggbeater, sculling).  Swimmers are taught basic swimming stroke technique. The dry-land component uses games and fun activities to develop flexibility, stamina and strength. By incorporating activities from yoga, tumbling and dance we offer a stimulating program for even the youngest athletes.

Our coach-to-swimmer ratio will never exceed 8 participants per coach. Athletes from our National Stream regularly come to these classes to encourage and help their younger synchro-sisters develop in the sport.

The accomplishments of this young group of athletes are showcased and celebrated at the end-of-season watershow.

Swimmers may participate “in in town” competitions or the Recreational festival in Red Deer. (Registration cost will be charged extra for these options).

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