2023-24 Competitive Program Registration

Registration is now open!

All new members must attend a tryout before registering. If you have not attended a tryout, please see our Tryout Page on the NYAC home page - HERE.

Waves Swimmers - This is not the location for the Waves Registration. Please see the Waves Page on the NYAC home page - HERE.

Competitive Schedule for the 2023-24 Season

Pool Locations Link

Practices will begin the week of September 18, 2023 for all competitive groups (High Performance begins September 1, 2023).

Registration for 2023-24 Competitive Programs  

Do Not Login - go directly to the link below to register. It will ask you in Step 2 if you have an account.

Registration Link for 2023-24 Competitive Programs  

Once your registration is complete, you will receive a message stating your account is waiting for approval.  We will contact you immediately if there is an issue with your registration. Once your account is approved, you will receive a login/setup password email.

The following groups are now full;

  • Junior B, Junior C1, Junior C2, Development C1, Development C2, Development C3, Development C4
  • If your preferred group is full, please use the below link to add your swimmer to the Waiting list.

Waitlist Registration Link for 2023-24 Competitive Programs 

  • Waitlist request can only be made through the link above. Other forms of communication for the waitlist will not be considered.
  • Only requests received afer registration for your swimmer's group will be considered.
  • Waitlist is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Waves Swimmers - This is not the location for the Waves Waiting List; please see the Waves Page on the NYAC home page - HERE
  • The office will contact you as soon as a space becomes available for your swimmer; no need to email the office. If you don't hear from us, a spot is not available. 

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding with the waitlist process.

NYAC Competitive Structure 

The NYAC program is based on strong research and follows the Long-Term Athlete Development Model (LTAD), which has proven benefits for athletes' lifelong wellness and is the organizational paradigm of Canadian sport. Below is a series of slides outlining the structure for NYAC. 

With this new structure:

  • The separation by age group allows coaches to tailor the program to reach swimmers more effectively based on their ability to learn and train
  • A swimmer’s social environment is improved, and this is important for the well-being of the athlete as well as keeping swimmers engaged and building pride and team spirit
  • Increased exposure for more groups to train at TPASC, the top training facility in the country, inspiring greatness in our athletes