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For Swim Club Information

Please contact: Sharon Burns (Coach)
(403) 352 - 6841

Swim Club Donations

*The SLN Swim Club always accepts donations from local and surrounding businesses. Tax receipts will be issued to businesses for general donations (but not for Swim-a-Thon, as Swim-a-thon is governed under specific rules according to Swim Canada)

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Event Calendar

Submitted by Admin on Mon, 10/13/2014 - 19:59

Vision, Mission and Values

Submitted by Admin on Wed, 09/03/2014 - 15:21

Vision Statement:
Teaching the value of sport through swimming

Mission Statement:
Striving to be an inclusive community that competently trains our athletes to achieve their highest potential.

Inclusive - embracing individuality
Competent - whatever you do, do it well
Athlete - training our swimmers to lead active, healthy lifestyles
Community - a safe, fun environment where relationships are fostered between athletes
and families

2014-2015 Swim Season Dates to Note:

Submitted by Admin on Wed, 09/03/2014 - 15:18

October 23 - mini meet - no regular practices. 4:15-6p. If Copper swimmers would like to come, older swimmers will swim with them.

October 25 - House meet - swimmers should arrive at 9:30

November 1 & 2 - Poppy Invitational

November 4 - pictue day - no regular practices

November 22 & 23 - Winter Club Invitational - Calgary

December 6 - 10 & under meet in St Albert

December 6 & 7 - Ponoka Cookie Classic - developmental

December 11 to 14 - JP Ficet - Edmonton -qualifiers only

January 9 to 11 - Blue Bears - Edmonton -qualifiers only

January 10 & 11 - Niel Lepps Memorial - Sherwood Park

January 24 - 10 and under meet - St Albert

January 30-February 1 - Alberta Open 1 - qualifiers only

Mid-Jan – Swim-A-Thon (ALL swimmers are required to participate)
Swimathon will take place during regular practice


Submitted by Admin on Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:38


The BIGGEST secret to you playing your best when it counts the most is learning how to keep yourself CALM and COMPOSED. If you allow yourself to get too nervous or too excited right before or during a competition, then your muscles will tighten up, you’ll lose your confidence and your play will go right down the tubes! This is what it means to CHOKE! The athlete gets so nervous that he/she ends up performing tight and tentatively — a mere shadow of his or her normal self!