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Welcome to the Canadian Swimming Coaches Association.  Founded in 1966 and incorporated in 1991 the CSCA now serves a membership of over 3000 coaches from the grassroots to Olympic levels.  The four pillars of the organization are Professional Development, Recognition, Ingenuity and Operations.
To support the professionalization and the further development of swim coaches in Canada.  

Be a world leading coaching community

To create the environment necessary for Canadian swim coaches to learn, thrive and succeed in the swimming landscape
To govern, represent and protect the interests of Canadian swim coaches. 

Making the Olympic experience special for athletes is what means most to coach Ben Titley

2021-07-31 12:00 AM

Titley believes the pride and prestige of being an Olympian belongs solely to the athletes. His role as a coach is to motivate and develop swimmers, but he doesn’t bask in the glow of the Olympic flame.

Veteran swim coach Linda Kiefer brings a different perspective to the pool deck

2021-07-30 12:00 AM

Kiefer has spent close to 40 years coaching, the last 31 as the assistant head coach at the University of Toronto. Along with Byron MacDonald she coached backstroker Kylie Masse to an Olympic bronze medal, two world championships and a world record.

Tom Johnson proves he wasn’t nuts for wanting to be a swim coach

2021-07-29 12:00 AM

Johnson has spent close to 50 years training swimmers to perform on the national and international stage. He will be part of Swimming Canada’s coaching staff at the Tokyo Games, his 11th Olympics.

Swimming has been the constant amid the many changes in Vlastimil Cerny’s life as an athlete and coach

2021-07-28 12:00 AM

As a teenaged swimmer Cerny made the decision to defect from the Czech Republic and make the transition to living in Winnipeg.

Ryan Mallette thrilled to be on Swimming Canada’s Tokyo coaching staff and able to help move the sport forward

2021-07-27 12:00 AM

Becoming a swim coach brought out a side of himself Ryan Mallette didn’t know existed.
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