The Sylvan Lake Nauticals Swim Team  offers training and practice groups for swimmers from 4-18 years of age, beginners to Nationals. It is the goal of the Sylvan Lake Nautical Swim Team 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 and goals.

Please call us at 403-352-6841 to schedule an evaluation, or Click Here to send us an email for more information.

Groups

  1. Copper (Beginner Level)
    Train twice a week for 30 minutes each.

Copper is generally for 4-6 year olds. This group is for young swimmers who are unable to swim a length of the pool. They will learn basic skills such as floats, sculling and kicking. They are eligible to attend mini meets at our home pool (non-sanctioned).

 

  1. Bronze
    Train twice a week for 45 minutes each time.

Bronze swimmers must be able to swim a length of the pool. This level will start to focus on basic stroke techniques and endurance. Swimmers are able to go to Mini Swim Meets (non-sanctioned). Mini Meets generally have no fees attached to them and are sporadic throughout the season. Our team hosts mini meets throughout the season.

 

  1. Silver

Train twice a week for an hour each practice
Silver swimmers start to learn the basics of training and may start to attend and compete in smaller meets.  This level is for children who feel comfortable in the water and need to work on their technique. 
 

  1. Gold
    Train 3 days a week for an hour and a half each practice.
    Gold swimmers train more seriously and start to build endurance.  Swimmers concentrate on their techniques, start/finishes and turns.  By the end of the year they will be doing endurance training for long course competitions (swim meets in a 50 meter pool).
     

Platinum (Competitive)
*Training program developed with coaching staff to fit individual goals.
This level is for the advanced swimmer and requires a commitment from both the swimmer and parents.  Coaches will be critiquing their strokes, starts, finishes and turns.  At this level swimmers are expected to go to swim meets throughout the year.