Pass Piranhas Swim Club
The Pass Piranhas are a competitive swim club that focus on swimming skills and stroke improvement, as well as conditioning and endurance. The club promotes a positive attitude towards swimming as a competitive, fun way of staying fit. Membership is open to children aged 5-18.
The focus of the Pass Piranhas is to promote the sport of competitive swimming through regularly scheduled competitions, thereby developing swimming techniques, traits of good sportsmanship and team spirit. We strive to provide a competitive and developmental swimming environment with qualified coaches.
- To teach and develop competitive swimming techniques in children ages 5-18.
- To support both competitive and non-competitive swimmers within the program
- To provide a safe social, physical and emotional environment for all members.
The sport of swimming has many benefits, among which is the people you and your child will meet. The camaraderie among swimmers is unique; many swimming buddies become lifelong friends. Swimming provides one of the most beneficial forms of exercise for cardiovascular and overall fitness. The exercise can be enjoyed throughout one’s life. Possibly the greatest benefits of participating in an organized swim program are the life skills your child will develop. These skills include time management, self-discipline and sportsmanship. Your child will reap the benefits of swimming long after his/her participation ends.
The Pass Piranha Swim Club is a member of the Alberta Summer Swim Association (ASSA), a Provincial body that governs the 6 Competitive Summer Swim Regions. Our club is a member of Region F and includes the following Swim Clubs: Brooks Barracudas, Taber Vipers, Lethbridge Orcas, Raymond Knights, Fort McLeod Sharks, Claresholm Kraken, Nanton Marlins, Pincher Creek Dolphins, and Pass Piranhas.
Our coaches are all Swimming Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) certified and members of Canadian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association (CSCTA), Alberta Coaches Council (ACC) and Swimming Canada (SNC).