As of October 1, 2021, all athletes, coaches, parents and volunteers MUST wear masks when entering, exiting and while inside all facilities and ONLY athletes 18 and under may remove masks when ‘actively participating in the sport’ whether on dryland or in the pool. Otherwise, athletes are to wear their masks at all times (except in the water). Facilities in Saskatoon, Regina and Weyburn require proof of vaccination or a negative test for anyone over the age of 12 to enter.
*REVISED* SAS Board has approved a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy that comes into affect on November 15, 2021 and was REVISED on January 18, 2022. Visit our COVID-19 page to read the Policy and see the most recent COVID-19 updates.
The Sask Sport Resource Line (including e-support service) provides information, bilingual support, resources and referrals for sport in Saskatchewan regarding possible bullying, abuse, harassment, discrimination or hazing. Visit the Sask Sport website to learn more or call the telephone numbers listed below.
ACTION PLAN FOR A SAFE & INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT
It is the duty of Canada Artistic Swimming to provide the tools for athletes to reach their ultimate dream but also to provide a safe & inclusive environment for all, placing the human, ahead of the athlete.
The purpose of this action plan is to be clear about our ambitions. We aim to be a leader in a new and better sport environment. Review all our practices, create new standards, and embrace change.
Read the Report here.
WELCOME TO A NEW SEASON OF ARTISTIC SWIMMING! WE ARE EXCITED THAT YOU ARE A PART OF IT!
If you are a parent/guardian or athlete, please wait for registration instructions from your club registrar. If you are a coach or official, check your email for further instructions. You can also visit our registration page for more information.
All individuals who participate in artistic swimming activities in Saskatchewan must register with Saskatchewan Artistic Swimming.
Contact the SAS Executive Director if you have any questions or need assistance.
All coaches registered with Saskatchewan Artistic Swimming will have access to a coaches only portal on our website.
Lots of great information just for Saskatchewan coaches!
Artistic Swimming is an incredibly strenuous and skillful sport. In fact, a test on all the Olympic sports before the London 2012 Olympic Games found artistic swimmers ranked second to long distance runners in aerobic capacity!
Artistic swimmers need strength to perform twists and lifts and can hold their breath underwater for around a minute.
They also need rhythm and flair to synchronize and interpret the music, which they listen to through underwater speakers.