Long Weekend Virtual Challenge

For all our members waiting to get back into the pool, we are hosting another ‘virtual’ meet where you can take part in, and earn points for, variety of ‘fitness’, ‘friendship’ or ‘fun’ activities. Join in the fun and watch

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Covid19 – Stay Safe information from MSA

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MSNSW Relay meet

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things to do when your pool is closed

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AGM – June 27

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National Championships Re-scheduled

Masters Swimming NSW is pleased to announce that a new date has been arranged for the 2020 MSA National Championships. Pool events will be conducted at Sydney Olympic Park from Wednesday September 30 to Saturday October 3. The status of

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‘It’s is in my blood’.
An insight into the world of masters swimming from a mum of two.

Meet Suzie. A 34 year old mother of two from Sydney, Australia who is currently training for a range of swimming competitions around the world. Suzie decided to get back into the pool in her late 20’s after settling down

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How do you know when you’re ready for squad?

Have you ever been at a public swimming pool early in the morning to find the lanes jammed full of swimmers looking up at a coach at the end of the lane? If they’re not looking at the coach, they’re

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Coaching Corner: Bilateral Breathing.

Why swimmers should be encouraged to breathe both sides. Swimmers who only breathe to one side often have a number of stroke flaws which tend to develop when breathing to only one side. These include crossovers, scissor kicks, timing problems

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Gary Stutsel Wins GBR Masters Games Male Swimmer of the Meet with 10 Gold Medals!

Three Canberra swimmers have competed in the Great Barrier Reef Masters Games in Cairns, winning a swag of medals between them. 2017 Male Swimmer of the Meet, John Collis, of Narrabundah, returned for the 2019 Games, but this time his

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