Alberta Slalom Canoe Kayak


Special General Meeting Notice:

The Alberta Slalom Canoe Kayak board has called a Special General Meeting to pass a Resolution to apply for a Canada Emergency Business Account, if the board feels it is the right thing to do, once more information is available.

Meeting Date:


May 19, 2020

Online - Google Hangouts

For more information, please contact a current board member or Mike Holroyd

2020 Events

You can find a list of 'Planned' Events for 2020 Here

As of April 14, we have cancelled all ASCK Races through till July 1. We will be looking at individual challenges and races that can be done on a comparative basis around the province once the water opens up (and rules allow). We will following AHSs guidelines with regards to training. 


2019 Race Results and Club Cup Points

PDF Results


2019 Annual Winter Camp - XC Ski

Dec 21-23 - Canmore


2019 Alberta Slalom Canoe Kayak - Annual General Meeting

November 3rd, 2019 10am-3pm - Winsport - Bob Niven Training Center Boardroom 4th Floor


2019 Race Season -

Club Races

Penguin Race - May 5 - Calgary - Waterwerks Kayak Club

Alberta Cup Slalom Series - Overall Club and Individual Prizes!

Harvie Passage Open - May 26/26 - Calgary

Kananaskis Open - June 8/9 

Toby Creek Race - July 27/28 - Invermere

Provincial Championships - August 30, 31 September 1 - Kananaskis - Alberta Whitewater Association

Calgary Fall Classic - October 5/6 - Harvie Passage


Contact Mike for more information



2018/2019 Programs

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


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


 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