KSSC provides for the development of team and individual
synchronized swimming skills in a positive and supportive
environment promoting teamwork, sportsmanship, and
Achieving Excellence in Sport and in Life
- To provide development of
synchronized swimming skills through instruction, practice, and
participation in major competitions, to the best of each swimmers
- To enhance individual growth of
each swimmer, focusing on self-esteem, responsibility, leadership,
and physical fitness.
- To foster an environment in
which swimmers, coaches, and parents can actively participate in
team and Club activities.
- To encourage the promotion and
enjoyment of the sport of synchronized swimming, both as an
individual and team member.
- To have memorable experiences
that build positive character.
KSSC was established in 1982 with
its home base pool being Killarney pool in Calgary. Since 1982 we
have branched out to all areas of the city and currently practice
out of SAIT, Mount Royal University, University of Calgary, and
Killarney Pools. Our program offerings include a beginner stream
(Mini Synchro, Learn to Synchro, Pre-Competitive), and a
Competitive stream (10&Under Provincials through to Seniors).
We attend both Provincial Stream and National Stream
The club is a non-profit
organization that is administered by a parent executive (Board of
Directors) in conjunction with a head coach. The club does minimal
fundraising by the parent body and we depend on parent volunteers
to help us host swim meets as they are designated to us. Our
current membership is 139 girls ranging in age from 6-18 years. We
have 23 synchro coaches on staff and other experts in the field of
strength conditioning, flexibility and sports psychology. Many are
former swimmers with the club. We also have former National Team
members, National Team coaches and former Olympic athletes. Our
coaches are certified through the National Coaching Certification
Program (NCCP). We are lucky to have such a large, talented and
dedicated coaching staff. Our swim year runs from September to the
end of May/early June (depending on the age group/team).
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