As of July 11th, 2021, the province of Saskatchewan has removed all Return to Sport guidelines and mandates. As a result, clubs should contact their individual pools and municipalities for more information on what is required of them based on their home pools rules and regulations. Clubs should continue to keep the safety of their athletes and coach a top priority and do what they feel necessary to maintain the safety of their members. Visit our COVID-19 page to learn more.
A huge thank you to our COVID-19 Coordinator, Shaelynn Thiessen, for your efforts and leadership during this time! Contact Shaelynn if you have any additional questions or comments about our COVID-19 response.
The COVID 19 pandemic has been a challenging time for our sport and our SAS community, but support from our partners allows us to offer opportunities for kids to work their bodies and their minds. SAS acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada. We appreciate the support given to our organization that allows us to support our clubs across the Province of Saskatchewan.
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 has been an Olympic sport since 1984. Canada is a strong contender in artistic swimming and has won 8 medals since the sport debut. Most recently, Canada won team Bronze at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
The sport includes a team and duet competition at the Olympic level. Solo competition has also been included in the past.
SAS is proud that our very own, KENZIE PRIDDELL (formerly Regina Synchro), will be competing at the Tokyo Olympics. Saskatchewan will be cheering our team during the competition that takes place August 2-7, 2021.
GO CANADA GO!