Alberta Slalom Canoe Kayak

2018 Rocky Mountain Whitewater Series & Whitewater National Championships

This summer we have an exciting series of races in Western Canada. Starting with the Toby Creek race in Invermere, going to Whitewater Nationals in Kananaskis and concluding in Whistler, BC for the Rutherford Open.

For the first time ever, Nationals will include Slalom, Downriver, Slalom Cross and Freestyle. The events will also be used as National Team trials for the 2019 JR & U23 Slalom Team and 2019 Freestlye Team.

Information on these exciting races will be posted here:

2017 ASCK AGM - October 28th

The ASCK AGM will be held at BassPro at Cross Iron Mills in Airdrie. Club representatives travelling more than 200km can get a mileage allowance to attend.


2017/2018 Programs

High Performance, HPLite and Winter Training Programs sign up is open. Contact Mike to reserve your spot.



Summer Training Camps

One week-long training camp July 3-7, plus training opportunities around Nationals.

Contact Mike for registration.


Thank You!

Our Harvie Passage Slalom Course Fundraiser was a great success! We raised enough money to move forward and install the anchors for the slalom posts this spring


Harvie Passage Slalom Course information page and FAQ

2016 ASCK Annual General Meeting

Sunday November 20, 10am-4pm - BassPro, X-Iron Mills - Come help us design 2017 so we can continue to build on our successes. Any Club representatives travelling more than 200km can get a mileage allowance to attend.


Alberta won the Cup for overall most points at Nationals for the second year in a row! Numerous excellent individual performances led the team to the overall win. “We’re really happy to win the Brian Creer Cup again. All the athletes and coaches prepared themselves for their individual races well, all the while keeping in mind the team that supports them. We’re looking forward to the challenge of repeating 2017 in Ottawa"


 PANAM Games Medals for Alberta Atheltes!

 Ben Hayward and Haley Daniels paddled their way to Bronze medals during the Toronto PanAm Games, with the slalom event being held in Minden, Ontario. Hayward from Edmonton captured his medal in the K1men's class, while Daniels from Calgary made the podium in what was the first ever C1women's event at a multisport games. Alberta coach Mike Holroyd was also in attendance as Canada picked up 4 medals in total. "It was an amazing event for our sport in Canada. By far the biggest race in terms of infrastructure and publicity. The experience will serve our athletes well going into future big races", said Holroyd. Hayward is now eyeing an Olympic berth for 2016, while Daniels will have to wait for C1W to make it's debut in the 2020 Games.


For Other training days and events look here