Out and About

The Duck that Stole the Show.

On January 19 we saw the very first Masters Swimming NSW BPS meet of the year hosted by Campbelltown Collegians AUSSI Masters Swimming Club. The Gordon Fetterplace Aquatic Centre in Bradbury is an exceptionally beautiful centre. The stunning 50m outdoor

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Made for the Role. Tony Goodwin on the World Masters Swimming Championships.

Tony Goodwin from the Manly Masters Swimming Club has been named as the Australian Ambassador to the Fina World Masters Championships in Gwangju in August 2019. Tony is one of Australia’s most successful athletes at Masters Games level. Having won ten

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Swimming Through the Silly Season

The Christmas holiday period is typically extremely busy and can also be extremely indulgent. In short, health and fitness is not generally found at the top of Santa’s naughty or nice list, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

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Jimmy’s Beach Brilliance as Open Water Swimmers Shine!

Swimmers and organisers of the Jimmy’s Beach Open Water Swim could not have asked for better conditions on Sunday the 11th of November. The water was calm, warm and the sky was blue. There was minimal wind and maximum fun!

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Masters Swimming NSW Open Water Success at Lake Parramatta!

On Sunday October 21, a small handful of Masters Swimmers took part in a very special open water swim in Lake Parramatta in Sydney’s inner west. The event was held as a test run for the upcoming 2020 Masters Swimming

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Types of Training by Mark Morgan.

This is the second in a series of columns designed to help you swim at your best at meets, or just better appreciate your swimming experience. Countless words have been written over the years about the different types of training

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Fast Five with Jenny Whiteley

Jenny’s early swimming career began in primary school when she commenced training sessions at Ryde pool under the guidance of Forbes Carlile’s coaching team. Jenny continued to swim competitively until around 16-17 years of age, swimming up to 13 sessions

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Paul Bailey Completes his 15-kilometre Butterfly Challenge in Style.

On August 21, Warringah Masters Swimming Club member Paul Bailey completed a whopping 15 kilometre butterfly swim at Warringah Aquatic Centre all in the name of charity. 15 kilometres of any stroke is nothing to sneeze at. Most high-performance swimmers

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