Entry into the Senior National group is typically for swimmers 14+ (girls) and 15+ (boys) who are at a Junior National and / or Western National swimming level and show a commitment towards achieving Senior National & Canadian Trials standards. This group has multiple coaches to help prepare swimmers for various individual key points to a season.
Entry into the Junior National group is typically for swimmers 12+ (girls) and 13+ (boys) who are at an Alberta Championships level and show a commitment towards achieving Junior National and Western National standards.
Entry into the Senior Provincial group is typically for swimmers 13+ (girls) and 14+ (boys) who are committed to improving towards Alberta Provincial, Alberta Championships and Western National standards.
Entry into the Junior Provincial group is typically for swimmers 11+ (girls) and 12+ (boys) who are at an Alberta Provincial level and show a commitment towards achieving Alberta Championships standards.
Entry into the Gold group is typically for swimmers 10+ years old who are at an Alberta Festival swimming level and show a commitment towards achieving Alberta Provincial standards.
Entry into the Silver group is typically for swimmers 8+ years old who have mastered all four strokes, basic competition skills, training etiquette (attendance, listening, behaviour) and show a commitment towards achieving Alberta Festival standards.
Entry into the Bronze group is typically for swimmers 5+ years old who can complete two 25m lengths of a swimming pool unassisted.
The Royal Glenora Club of Edmonton (RGC) offer Edmonton Keyano Swim Club development programs out of the RGC Aquatic Centre for RG Members only. Gold, Silver and Bronze programs are offered with all of Edmonton Keyano's coaching, curriculum and training standards.
RG Members must register on this Keyano website in order to pay a registration fee that covers the Swim Alberta / Swimming Canada license and insurance for the given season.
RG Members must also register on the RG website using GameTime in order to secure their spot. All Training fees will be paid directly to the RGC.
The YMCA - Keyano Club Program is a new joint initiative of both organizations to bring Edmonton's top competitive swimming experience to YMCA facilities. The program combines YMCA resources and volunteer staff with Keyano's world class development system for young swimmers.
At each participating YMCA location, swimmers will learn all of the Bronze and Silver level curriculum objectives of the Edmonton Keyano Swim Club and upon completing the program will be masters of all 4 competitive swimming strokes and have ultimate confidence in their swimming abilities for the rest of their lives. Graduating swimmers are welcome to progress to Gold programs currently offered at various pools around the City of Edmonton. See Keyano's website for more information.
YMCA - Keyano Club members will have access to Keyano's unique Bear Cubs race nights at the Kinsmen Sport Centre on Wednesdays approximately once per month, and have an additional option of attending all of Keyano's Wednesday programming.
Registration for this program is for YMCA members only. Inquire at your local YMCA.
Edmonton Keyano runs camps for specific groups at various times throughout the season. Currently active camps are:
|Camp Name||Camp Date||Groups Eligible||Public Eligible?|
|Start-up Boot Camps||Aug 30-Sep 3||
|Start-up Boot Camps||Sep 7-Sep 10||
When Public is eligible, you do not need to be a currrent member of Edmonton Keyano.
When Public is not eligible, sign up for a camp will automatically register you as a full season member of Edmonton Keyano if you have not already done so, including a registration fee with Swim Alberta / Swimming Canada. (Note: You will only pay a registration fee and membership deposit once per season).
If you have any questions about Camps please contact Chris Nelson at email@example.com.