Return to Swim Documents

These documents will be updated as public health measures evolve throughout the swim season. 


Alberta Health Daily Checklist- updated Feb 19 2021; this MUST be reviewed by swimmers prior to participating at each training session; 

***  In addition to the Checklist, KSC requests that if your swimmer or a member of your household ( including siblings) has a COVID-19 test booked or is waiting for COVID-19 test results, that your swimmer ( and their sibling(s) if they are a KSC member) not attend practice until a negative result is received. This will help us keep all of our athletes, coaches and families healthy and safe.***

If your swimmer is identified as a close contact of COVID-19, as per the Alberta Health Daily checklist, they may not attend training until 14 days from last exposure.

More questions about KSC training and COVID-19 ?  Please review the KSC COVID-19 FAQs.

Please direct any COVID-19 related training concerns to KSC COVID-19 Response Coordinators Mike Meldrum and Dr Lori Gohill by emailing [email protected] . All information will remain strictly confidential.


Swim Alberta April 16 Update for Calgary Restrictions


Swim Alberta Requirements & Guidelines for Step 1 Restrictions (updated April 9, 2021)

Summary of KSC Requirements for Step 1 Restrictions 

1. Physical Distancing:

Physical distancing MUST be maintained between participants at all times. This includes during training:

-3-metres physical distance for indoor activities, including in the pool

-2-metres physical distance for outdoor activities

Coaches or trainers may enter physical distancing space for brief interactions with participants (for example, to correct form or technique)

2.Training Groups:

- All participants must be 18 years old or younger, except coaches or trainers.

- Maximum of 10 total individuals, including all coaches, trainers, and participants.

- At this time, there are no cohorts permitted.

Indoor and outdoor pools may be occupied by more than one group, as long as 3 metres of distancing can be maintained between groups of 10 and the groups do not intermingle.


- All individuals, including coaches, swimmers, parents and volunteers, must wear a mask. 

- Swimmers are not expected to wear a mask during physical activity however they must wear a mask at all other times.

- Swimmers should have a Ziploc bag or other waterproof container to place mask in while swimming. 

- Coaches are required to wear masks at all times. Coaches who cannot wear a mask ( ie medical reasons) must not be on the pool deck.


- Gatherings of persons and individuals will not be permitted before, during or after a training session. 

- No spectators are permitted.

- Commuting to and from each training session must be done individually, not in groups.

Where individuals reside in the same residence they may commute to and from the training session together.

- Carpooling is strongly discouraged.


Additional Resources:

What to do with symptoms

KSC COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions ( Feb 2021)

Swim AB Athlete Checklist ( Feb 2021)

Swim AB COVID-19  We Are Ready Campaign ( Feb 23,2021)

Swim Alberta COVID-19 Return to Training and Competition Documents- updated regularly by Swim AB

KSC Return to Sport Plan V.4 ( March 2021)

Swimming Canada Return to Swimming V.3 ( November 2020)