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Alberta Summer Swim Association


Alberta Summer Swimming Association (ASSA)

The Alberta Summer Swimming Association (ASSA) is a not-for-profit organization that provides a summer swimming program for individuals of all ages in the Provincie of Alberta. It is run by a board of directors (volunteers), supported by administrative office staff.

ASSA currently has 3279 swimmers from 58 clubs registered for the 2015 season.  Swimmers compete in short course (25 metre) pools throughout the province during the summer season.



Call for ASSA Board Members

This year the following Executive and Board positions are up for election. 

  • Vice President - 2 year term
  • Secretary - 1 year term
  • Treasurer - 2 year term
  • Website Manager - 2 year term
  • Casino Manager Volunteer (Edmonton area is best)

If you are interested in sitting in these positions please contact the ASSA President by July 24, 2015.  All of the postion descriptions are listed in our Bylaws.



2015 ASSA All Star Team

Edmonton, July 2nd-5th, 2015


To be eligible for the All Star Team, swimmers must be age 17 or younger as of July 2nd, 2015 and achieve a 2014-2015 "A" time standard during a sanctioned ASSA competition. Age group swimmers must also achieve a Meet Qualifying Standard.


2015 All Star Team registration and information


Time Standards


2015 Speedo Age Group & Senior Provincial Championships Meet Package


Coach Application


Registration Deadline: 11:59pm on June 17th, 2015.

Late Registration Deadline: Those who qualify AFTER June 17th MUST submit registration by 11:59pm on June 21st, 2015.


Club Rankings

July 04, 2015 - after 37 meets

    Large Team
  1. Red Deer (Marlins)
  2. Calgary (Tritons)
  3. Edmonton (Derrick Devil-Rays)
  4. Edmonton (Huma)
  5. Innisfail (Dolphins)

    Small Team
  1. Pincher Creek (Dolphins)
  2. Sherwood Park (Millennium Marlins)
  3. Whitecourt (BlueDolphins)
  4. Crowsnest Pass (Piranhas)
  5. Lloydminster (Rebels)

Note: Clubs are assigned to small/large teams based on the current club size median (42.5) and the number of swimmers registered. These assignments will vary through the season.

    Masters Swimmers
  1. Camrose (Sea Serpents)
  2. North Edmonton (Swim Club)
  3. Lethbridge (Orcas)
  4. Edmonton (Masters)
  5. Taber (Vipers)

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