Times & Records

Time Standards

Provincial standards are used to determine qualification for provincial competitions. The Northern and Southern Alberta Provincials use the provincial time standard. The The Spring and Summer Championships use the championship time standard. Swim Alberta Cup uses the 13-14 female and 14-15 male championship standard as an open standard. The meet information package will outline the time standards required for meet entry. Please see the time standards page for more information.

Youth Recognition Program

Esquire WholesalesThe youth recognition program is an awards program sponsored by Esquire Wholesalers. Swimmers who achieve a qualifying standard based on provincial or national rankings will receive a T-Shirt that identifies they have achieved that standard. T-Shirts will be presented at several points through the swim season.

For more information regarding how the provincial time standards and youth recognition standards are determined please read the time standards process.

Alberta Provincial Records

Record Age

Short Course

Long Course

Open (Senior)

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 10 & Under

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 11

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 12

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 13

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 14

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 15

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 16

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 17

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 11-12 (Relay only)

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 13-14 (Relay only)

Male / Female

Male / Female

Age 15-17 (Relay only)

Male / Female

Male / Female

Hy-Tek Files

National Records

National Record Applications and Files

Alberta's Oldest Long Course Records (Records to Beat)

Records to beat

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