Sport2Performance Program2018-06-04T11:47:58+00:00


TOEST is for athletes who want to develop in their technique, improve in their efficiency, train in an healthy manner, and most of all want to have fun. The Sport2Perf training level is for athletes – both swimmers and triathletes – who have had prior age group swim club, masters swim club, or triathlon swim training experience. The training season is designed around the indoor short course season, building through the early season meets, peaking with Masters Provincial and/or Masters National Championships. Triathletes and open water swimmers will find that the winter session to be the ideal time to improve stroke mechanics, form, technique, and develop a wider and deeper base of aerobic conditioning, setting themselves up for the following triathlon/open water season.

Swim Training Dates & Times:

Sport Option:

  • 3x / week – $820 (all in)

  • Athletes pick 3 sessions to swim

Performance Option:

  • 4x / week – $990 (all in)

  • Athletes pick 4 sessions to swim

Dryland: Click Here to link to the website for training dates/times, location & fees.

STEP 1 – Register

Complete the form by clicking on the ‘Sign Up Now’ button

STEP 2 : Payment via eTransfer

etransfer email:

3x Training Sessions
per week (Sep-Mar)
$820 (in full) or 2x $410

Due at registration and payment #2 prior to Sept 30

4x Training Sessions
per week (Sep-Mar)
$990 (in full) or 2x $445

Due at registration and payment #2 prior to Sept 30

STEP 2: Payment via PayPal

3x/wk @ $820

4x/wk @ $990

Change quantity to 2 to make full Session payment

Note:  Dryland Training fees are in addition to in pool training fees. Visit the TOETT Dryland webpage for registration and payment options.

Refund Policy:  TOEST DOES NOT provide refunds. With programs focused on quality, on learning, on athlete’s making significant progress, hi athlete turnover rate would compromise coaching and the experience of all athletes. We ask that prior to registering that all commitments, calendars, etc… are reviewed to avoid joining when the risk is that the athlete will miss many sessions and/or the athlete will have to drop out. Once an athlete registers, they have a reserved spot in a lane for the entire duration of the program.