KVAC Swimming

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What is KVAC?

KVAC stands for Kanakadea Valley Aquatic Club

KVAC is a non-profit swim club.  KVAC athletes have the opportunity to compete against swimmers of their own age and gender from across the Southern Tier.

The goal of the program is to train swimmers for competition and to hone their skills in all four competitive strokes, starts and turns.  Emphasis will be on stroke development and fitness, with the intention that all athletes will compete for our club on at least a regional level.  We believe the main goal of a competitive swim program is FUN!

  • KVAC competes in the Southern Tier Swim League in the Niagara District.
  • Summer meets are generally on Saturdays once a month.
  • All KVAC practices are held at the Alfred State pool in the Orvis Center.
  • All KVAC swimmers must attend a minimum of 2 practices per week.

Minimum requirements: Must be able to swim 25 continuous yards in deep water.  Should have a recognizable front and back stroke.  Must be comfortable underwater and be responsive to instruction.