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Summer Swimming

Posted by Edmonton Tsunami at Mar 3, 2016 9:30PM PST

Hey Tsunami water polo players, interested in keeping up your endurance over the summer??

There are various summer swim clubs around the Edmonton and area region you can join. One of these clubs is Edmonton’s HUMA Summer Swim Club and they are specifically looking for male athletes 11 and older to round out their relays. Summer swimming allows water polo players to continue to cross train during the summer with access to dry land training and swim practices at the U of A. HUMA provides an elite coaching staff which includes a number of University of Alberta Bear/Panda Varsity swimmers that have competed at national and international levels. As a summer swim program we run from May to mid August, with practices offered every weeknight in May and June and additional morning sessions during the summer.

Want to know more about Edmonton’s HUMA swim club…

Check out the Edmonton HUMA Swim Club website:
or contact the HUMA president:

Registration is on Wednesday March 9th from 6-8 at the Kinsmen.


We are very excited to be hosting the National Championship League on February 27 & 28 at the Kinsman Sports Centre.

Come out to watch high performance water polo and support our teams.

h3. Go Tsunami !!

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Camp with Team Canada

Posted by Edmonton Tsunami at Jan 15, 2016 11:35AM PST ( 0 Comments )

See invitation to train with Team Canada!

If you are interested you should RSVP to by Wednesday, Jan. 20. There may be other players from the Club interested, so, there may be opportunity to car pool. Speak to your team mates.

Head Coach Resigns

Posted by Edmonton Tsunami at Jan 5, 2016 8:38AM PST

Dear Members

Coach Darko has advised the Board that for personal reasons he won’t be available to coach Tsunami next year. The head coach position and NCL travel takes a great deal of time away from his work and family. On behalf of all of the members of our Club we thank Coach Darko for all of his efforts for the Club and we wish him well in the future.

We are currently searching for a new head coach and we will be working with the Alberta Water Polo Association and Water Polo Canada to find a suitable replacement for next season.

Ray Frayne
Club President