The Surrey Knights Swim Club has been an integral part of the Surrey community since 1973. The club is a community based, non-profit organization which is run by a volunteer board of directors and professionally coached. As members of Swim BC and Swimming Canada, we offer year-round programming, with our primary season running Sept-June/July and special camp offerings in the summer. We are a multi-faceted swim club offering programs for a wide variety of ages and levels, all year round. Our program is athlete centred, parent supported, coach driven and board strengthened.
The Surrey Knights are proud of their accomplishments and the successes of their participants in and out of the pool. The club's vision is to "Provide opportunities to achieve excellence in life through swimming" and the motto is "Quest for Excellence".
Core Values & Guiding Principles
The club's vision is to "Provide opportunities to achieve excellence in life through swimming" and the motto is "Quest for Excellence". As a competitive swim team, the Knights have established 6 (six) core values that all members must understand, and
adhere to focusing on "The Process."
The foundation of our program is athlete centred, coach driver, parent supported and strengthened by the board.
For more details, please click on the below Core Values and Guiding Principles document.
Most recently, the Surrey Knights were the 2022 Swim BC Winter and Summer Provincial Champions!
2022 Summer Provincial Team
2022 Winter Provincial Team
SKSC swimmers have broken numerous provincial and national records over its rich history. SKSC swimmers and alumni (some pictured on the right) have also represented Canada on the following national teams since 2000:
•2022 IPC World Championships, Madeira, Portugal
•2022 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, Hawaii, USA
•2019 Para-Pan American Games, Lima, Peru
•2016 Paralympics, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
•2015 Para-Pan American Games, Toronto, Canada
•2015 IPC World Championships, Glasgow, Scotland
•2014 Pan-Pacific Para Championships
•2013 IPC World Championships, Montreal, Canada
•2012 Paralympics, London, England
•2010 IPC World Championships, Eindhoven, Netherlands
•2006 Commonweatlh Games, Melbourne, Austrailia
•2005 World Aquatic Championships, Montreal, Canada
•2004 Olympic Games, Athens, Greece
•2003 World Aquatic Championships, Barcelona, Spain
•2002 Youth Olympic Festival, Sydney, Australia
•2001 Deaflympic Games, Rome, Italy
•2000 Paralympic Games, Sydney, Australia