Team Alberta -Athlete Summer Program


 

2022 Team Alberta Summer Program

Alberta Water Polo is excited to announce the preliminary information for our 2022 Team Alberta program.This year Team Alberta will travel to Montreal for the National Provincial Championships (July 7-10) where they will compete against provincial teams from across Canada. The age groupings this summer will be 19U and 15U. Depending on the level of interest, Team Alberta may consider selecting two 15U teams per gender

 

Athlete Try Out Date Sunday May 29th
Repsol Centre -times TBA
Cost -$25/Athlete

Athlete Try-out Registration Forms Deadline 05-25-22

15U Program Update Communication Posted 05-19-22

Pool times for the try-outs May 29th

Repsol’s name has changed to MNP Sport Centre,  please keep that in mind as communication will be stating the new name.

15U GIRLS

10:30 Athlete check-in at back gate, change into suits and meeting on deck

11-12:30PM SOUTH

Break for lunch

2-3:30PM SOUTH

15U BOYS

11-12:30PM NORTH

Break for lunch

2:30-4PM NORTH

19U GIRLS

12pm Athlete check-in at back gate and meeting on pool deck 12:10pm

12:30-2PM SOUTH

Break

4-5PM SOUTH/NORTH

19U BOYS

12:30-2PM SOUTH/NORTH

Break

4-5PM NORTH

Deadline to register for Team Alberta and try-outs is Wednesday May 25th. While many details are still being confirmed from Water Polo Canada, the tryout date has been confirmed for all athletes, this is mandatory. Tryouts will consist of two in-water sessions. Athletes unable to attend the tryout may contact AWPA (office@albertawaterpolo.ca) to submit a exemption request form.

 

Team Alberta Philosophy
        Alberta Water Polo Association        
          
                         

Training:

Team Alberta is dedicated to athlete development. We provide level appropriate training to all levels as well as exposing athletes to competition in a controlled environment. Team Alberta will incorporate a holistic approach to training, including basic dry land training, swimming conditioning, basic water polo skills and life skills (travel management, nutrition, tactics and video review).

Selection:

Team Alberta will select the players who show the highest level of effort, competitiveness, coachability, and skill. Team Alberta will also take into consideration players who have shown the most development through training, who demonstrate responsibility, and who would benefit most from participating.

Play Time:

Team Alberta coaches will decide play time based on a number of variables including but not limited to : external conditions such as heat, and game schedule, individual factors such as injuries or illness, and tournament importance. While Team Alberta is a competitive program, it also has a focus on development for all players. 

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