Summer Programs

Dive into the graceful world of artistic swimming with Aquasonics this summer!

A perfect option for kids seeking a rewarding and beautiful activity during the summer break, artistic swimming offers a unique blend of athleticism, creativity, and teamwork. Through synchronized routines and artistic expression, participants develop strength, flexibility, and confidence in the water while forging lifelong friendships.

Recreational program

The Recreational program is perfect for those who have little-to-no experience in artistic swimming. Athletes at this level learn the fundamental skills of artistic swimming in a fun club environment without the commitment of competition.      

Competitive Program

Athletes in our competitive programs will have the opportunity to build upon their foundational skills, further explore the creative and technical sides of artistic swimming, and train as well as compete against other athletes / clubs.

Aquasonics High Performance Stream

The club high performance stream is open to current club competitive athletes who wish to train at a higher level and prepare for invitational competitions in Summer/Fall/Winter 2024 (placement upon coach recommendation).

FAQs about Summertime Artistic Swimming with Aquasonics

What is Artistic Swimming?

Artistic swimming combines elements of swimming, dance, and gymnastics. Participants develop specialized water skills, strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry, timing, and teamwork.

Aquasonics offers summer programs tailored for beginners and experienced artistic swimmers. Participants undergo an early-season evaluation to determine the appropriate group. Skill development and routine practice occur throughout the summer season, with competitive events held in July and August, including the Provincial Championships in mid-August.

Practices occur a few times per week for each skill level. During the summer, most practices are held at SSLC in Surrey.

  • Basic Skills: Sculls are fundamental hand movements used for propulsion.
  • Eggbeater: An essential skill for stability and height above water, allowing swimmers to perform strokes while treading water.
  • Positions: Various positions are utilized, including Back Layout, Front Layout, Sailboat/Bent Knee, Ballet Leg, Flamingo, Vertical, Crane, Bent Knee, and Side Fishtail.

Competitions consist of Technical and Free Routines. Participants perform synchronized routines to music, showcasing leg movements and strokes without touching the pool bottom. Swimmers are judged on technical merit and artistic impression, including skill, patterns, expression, and synchronization. Scores range from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest, given for the group’s performance.

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