SRCC offers supervised canoe and kayak racing programs for athletes of all ability levels from beginners to high performance athletes training for international competitions - including the Olympic Games. Racing programs are led by experienced, NCCP certified coaches. Participants register for programs on a six-month basis:

  • April 1 to September 30 - the Summer on-water season focused on instruction and training in racing canoes & kayaks.
     

  • October 1 - March 31 - the Winter dryland season focused on development of endurance and age-appropriate strength capacities.


 

Development Program

Training: 3x/week

Registration Fee:

Summer $475 (including $25 annual insurance coverage)   

Winter - $450


 

Competitive Program

Training: Daily - 6 days/week
 

Registration Fee:

Summer $775 (including $25 annual insurance coverage)   

Winter - $750


 

High Performance Program (by invitation only)

Training: Daily - 14 to 16 weekly sessions

Registration Fee:

Summer - $925 (including $25 annual insurance coverage)

Winter - $900

 

Masters / Alumni

Training: Masters & Alumni members train unsupervised on their own schedule

Registration Fee:

Summer - Members with personal equipment: $225 (includes boat storage and $25 annual insurance coverage); Members using club equipment: $325.00

Winter - $200

racing programs

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Train with a certified racing coach

Rob Sleeth

Head Coach

SRCC's Head Coach, Rob Sleeth, was hired in April 2017.  He is NCCP Level 5 certified with the ChPC (Chartered Professional Coach) designation. 

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Rob led Canada's National Team program from 1985 to 1999 and coached five Canadian Olympic Teams between 1980 and 1996. Prior to joining SRCC Rob worked as a Senior Podium Coach in Great Brittan where he worked with Women's Kayak Team in preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympics.