Gutenberg Test

Column 1


Masters Swimming NSW co-ordinates interclub swim meets which are held about twice a month.

These are open to all members regardless of ability. At interclub swim meets you will swim against others of the same pace, regardless of age or gender. Your time is entered into our computer and graded against other swimmers in your age group (18-24, 25-29 and so-on in five-year age bands). Points are allocated from fastest to slowest and then added to determine the club with the most points and the club with the highest average point score.

Column 2


Multi Class swimming provides meaningful competition for swimmers with a disability.

From 2019, Multi Class competition will be integrated with individual events in all MSNSW Championship meets, but not including relay events.

Column 3


If you live in a remote area or have other commitments on weekends, postal swims are ideal for you.

You can swim in your local pool and enter your times in competitions by post or email. These times may be recorded at your club or at other events of the organisation. These are held in NSW, interstate and overseas.

Column 4


Some Masters competitors choose to go as a group to Open Water swims organised by other associations.