The 2013 - 2104 Swimmer subscription is now due. To receive your hard copy edition please click here to complete the subscription form.
Swimming NSW are running a Bronze Licence Course on the 25th & 26th of May 2013 at Knox Grammar School. To register please download the registration form here and return it to Swimming NSW.
Under the resources tab on the Swimming NSW website, the work, health and safety section now includes the Sporting Clubs Guide to a Safe Workplace. Visit this page often for more helpful information.
The role of a SNSW / NSWIS ETS Head Coach has now become available. Click here to view the position description and to apply before Wednesday 22 May 2013.
NSW shot out of the blocks on the first day of the 2013 Energy Australia Swimming Championships in Adelaide. Click here to read the success of our swimmers from day 1.
Notice is hereby given that the 48th Annual General Meeting of Swimming New South Wales Limited will be held as follows;
Saturday the 27th July 2013 at 10.00am at Waterview - Dooley's at Silverwater (Cnr Clyde Street & Silverwater Road, Silverwater).
To download all of relevant documents relating to the AGM please click here.
Daniel Berry was a promising Multi Class swimmer at Galston Swim Club. Unfortunately at the age of 22 he was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour. To help with his huge medical expenses there is a fundraising night being held at the Castle Hill RSL. To show your support for Daniel and to purchase tickets please click here.
Photos from the 2013 State Open Championships are now available. Click here to view
The 2013 Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde Country Championships photos are now available. Click here to view.
To access the NSWIS and ETS Swimming selection criterias please click here.
After a highly successful pilot program in 2012, Swimming Australia will once again be providing the opportunity for members to nominate a volunteer from their club for recognition and rewards. To find out more information or to nominate a member from your club, please click here.
Royal Life Saving’s earlier estimates that 1 in 5 kids are unable to swim 50 metres may be overly optimistic and it is now believed that more than 1 in 5 may not be able to swim at all. Today, an estimated 600,000 young adults are at risk; tomorrow and in the next decade we fear this figure will double. Click here to sign the petition and save our kids lives.
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