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SRCC offers competitive canoe and kayak programs to a wide range of participants – from novices to athletes preparing for national and international competition. SRCC also offers programs for masters’ athletes who paddle for fun, fitness, and, in some cases, train for competition.

Athletes in the club’s Competitive Programs take part in local, regional and national-level competitions through the May to August competition season. The Development Program racing season runs from mid-June to mid-August and includes competitions organized within Saskatchewan. For older, experienced athletes the competition season begins in late May and culminates with the National Championships at the end of August. Participants register for programs on a six-month basis:

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

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


 

Development Program

11 years+

Training: 4x/week

Apr-June - 4pm Mon, Wed, Thu, and 0900 Sat am. 

July-Aug - 4 mornings/week, days to be determined.

Registration Fee: 

Summer (including annual insurance coverage) $550.00.
 

Competitive Program

Training: Daily - 6 days/week
 

Registration Fee: 

Summer (including annual insurance coverage) $975.00.


 

High Performance Program (by invitation only)

Training: Daily - 14 to 16 weekly sessions

Masters 

Training: Masters train unsupervised on their own schedule 

Registration Fee:

Summer - $375.00 (includes annual insurance coverage)

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 the Women's Kayak Team in preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympics. 

In 2023, Rob received the 2023 Coach Dedication Award from Sask Sports. We are thankful for Rob's involvement in running SRCC and developing our athletes.  Congratulations Rob!

Registration Open March 15

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