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This limited competitive program is for athletes who have strong swimming skills and competent in deep water (Red Cross Swim Kids level 6 required); have completed AquaGO level 6, or other recreational programs; have previous dance, ballet, figure skating or speed swimming abilities. If you are unsure about any of these requirements please request an assessment by one of our coaches to join this level.
They will continue to build on strength, flexibility, speed swimming and Artistic swimming specific skills, while learning a routine. They will have the opportunity to perform this routine at one competition during the season and at our year end Watershow.
Additional fees/costs for the season (please see below)
NOTE: Monthly fees and program days and times are subject to change due to communicable disease restrictions, facility availability, virtual training, grants received, fundraising, or other unpredicted increase or decrease in expenses.
Limited Competitive 2022-23 events and competitions
If you would like to be assessed for this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“You don’t have to be great to start, you just have to start to be great” – Zig Zagler
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Registration fee (included free swim cap) – $139
Competition fees – $45 plus team participation $100
Training meets – $60
Family Commitment fee (2021/22 fees below) (2022/23 fees will be determined in Oct/Nov)
No fee charged in the 2021/22 season
Competition suits – estimate $100 – 150
Uniform apparel – options, fees subject to swimmer needs will be determined in Oct/Nov
Travel fees to events/competition (2022/23 fees subject to itinerary and grants received)
Estimated at $500 per event/competition outside of lower mainland, within our province.
Spring Camp – Optional, but highly encouraged (fees will be determined at a later date)
There may be additional fees such as workshops, educational training, health and safety, community engagement classes that would be informed ahead of time and added to swimmer’s accounts.