Provincial Competitive Programs

Registration for 2023-2024 Season is now OPEN!

Aurora Provincial Competitive teams are organized into age groups. The earliest someone can compete according to Alberta Artistic Swimming (AAS) rules is 7 turning 8 in 2024. Each age group competes in a team routine and figures skills at competitions within the Province. The Jr/SR age group does not compete figures, instead they can participate in two routines. In Alberta, provincial level athletes are also referred to as Wildrose. 

Team routines are what most people see on TV - a routine with music in a minimum group size of 4 to a maximum of 10. This is the event where swimmers wear make-up, fancier suits, gel their hair up and wear a nose clip. Figures are skills that are competed individually in front of a panel of 3-5 judges who will flash a score between 0.25-9.75. Swimmers compete in 2-4 figures at each competition. In this event, swimmers wear black caps, white caps, nose clip and goggles. 

The next opportunity to join an Aurora competitive program is when registration opens for September 2024. 

First practice is end of August.

For more details about appropriate levels or more about the sport, see the Auroras Pathways and the Parent's Guide to Artistic Swimming.

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The Aurora Advantage:

We have consistent training times and pool location. 

All national stream coaches have competed at nationals. We have coaches that have swam on provincial and national teams and have coached provincial and national team programs. 


New to the sport

Mini-Camp (beginners & first year Aqua/pre-comps)

Pre-competitive (fall and winter programs)

Current Swimmers 

Provincial stream

National stream 

Age Group (2023-2024) Birth Year Times per week Location Training Times



8-10* 2015-2017 2x a week Kinsmen Sport Centre Tuesday 5:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-11:00am
8-10* 2015-2017 3x a week Kinsmen Sport Centre Tuesday 5:00-7:00pm
Thursday 5:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-11:00am
11-12 & Novice* 2013-2014 2x a week Kinsmen Sport Centre Tuesday 5:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-11:00am
11-12 & Novice* 2013-2014 3x a week Kinsmen Sport Centre Tuesday 5:00-7:00pm
Thursday 5:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-11:00am
Youth/JR/SR Provincial Team 2009-2011 4x a week Kinsmen Sport Centre Monday 4:00-7:00pm
Wednesday 4:00-7:00pm
Thursday 4:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-11:00am

* Swimmers may be on a mixed team of 2x a week and 3x a week swimmers depending on registrations. Alberta Artistic Swimming allows for mixed age groups teams. 


Swimmers enjoy team training and competition, including competing in individual figures skills, travelling to out-of-town meets, plus training other aquatic skills like swimming and diving. Swimmers gain a sense of achievement and team work as they have fun. 


>Because artistic swimming is a team sport, swimmers are required to attend all events and may not miss practice two weeks prior to an event. Expect that the Friday of the Northern Lights Event, Rocky Mountain Qualifier and Wildrose will require attendance during the day or will require travel.<


Fees and Registration Details for Provincial Competitive Teams 

All fees are broken down into 8 payments

The following are additional fees to your swim fees above. 

Bingo fees are credited back to you when you work a bingo. You can work more bingos to pay for swim fees. Click bingo fees below for more information. 

For every competition there are entry fees. We bill you over the season so you don't get a big bill at the end of the year. 

We try to be transparent with fees so you don't get any surprises at the end of the season. 


Bingo fees

Meet fee

Administration fee

Registration fee

(Paid directly to AAS- Link below)

Security fee

2x a week $240 $800 $25 $98.70 (plus gst and user fees) $500
3x week $360 $800 $25 $98.70 (plus gst and user fees) $500
13-15/Youth $540 $800 $25 $98.70 (plus gst and user fees) $500
Junior $540 $800 $25 $98.70 (plus gst and user fees) $500

 Please note the following when registering your child:

  • All members will be required to set up an account with RAMP, which you will use to register, pay and view your account invoices
  • If you already use the RAMP interface (perhaps through another sport) you will be expanding your profile when you log in, but you do not need to create a new account
  • At the time of registration you will need to choose the program you wish to register your child in - for example, 8-10, 11-12/Novice, 13-15 or16-20. If you have any questions about programming contact the head coach
  • You are required to have a Respect in Sport for Parents certificate number. If you haven't taken the course yet, click HERE.
  • Link to AAS registration. [Choose Auroras] 

*The swimming fees for the entire season (can be paid monthly over 8 months)

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