Tour Teams & Camps


A single day education and training session with concurrent sessions running North (Edmonton) and South (Calgary). Camps will take place both Fall and Spring. Age: Females 12 & Under / Males 13 & Under*
*age as of first day of the selection competition

Discover Alberta 21-22 Selection Criteria
Discover Camp - Selected Athletes


Kinsmen Pool - 9100 Walterdale Hill, Edmonton, AB T6E 2V3

  • 11am registration – Kinette Room Team Manager:  Victoria Etheridge
  • 11:30am Guest Speaker, Erin Brennan, MPC
  • 12:30pm Activation on deck
  • 1-3pm Pool Training. Head Coach:  Lesley Serediak


  • Seton Pool - 4995 Market St SE, Calgary, AB T3M 2P9
  • 2:10pm registration – Auditorium Team Manager:  Jackie Cool
  • 2:30pm Guest Speaker, Alayne Hing, MPC 
  • 3:30pm Activation on deck
  • 4-6pm Pool Training, Head Coach: Kristina Crook

To bring the emerging swimmers in this age category together to experience a significant increase in expectation concerning training and competition preparation.  Additionally, the introduction of specific TEAM ALBERTA protocols and the potential for a dual meet racing opportunity, depending on the time of year, are likely to be included.  The overarching goal is to provide a distinct uplift in experience beyond a normal daily training environment.

Swim Alberta On-Track Points Calculator

Emerge Alberta 21-22 Selection Criteria

2022 Emerge - Selected Swimmers


To provide opportunities for training, race preparation & analysis, and competition (dependent upon the time of year) so as to expose aspiring swimmers to the level of expectation required to compete internationally.  Focus will be on skill race analysis under pressure.  The overarching goal is to provide a distinct uplift in experience beyond a normal daily training or typical racing environment.

Swim Alberta On-Track Points Calculator

Aspire Alberta 21-22 Selection Criteria

2022 Aspire - Selected Swimmers


Camps will have a classification opportunity, a grassroots para swimmer session, coach education and a training session for classified swimmers.


Swim Alberta, Swim BC, Swim Saskatchewan, and Swim Manitoba are partnering to provide an educational and training development opportunity to para-swimmers from across the four Western Canadian provinces.  Swimming Canada National Para Head Coach, Vince Mikuska, will be leading the camp, with other guest speakers and sport specialists also in attendance to provide mentorship, information, and guidance for both coaches and swimmers.


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