UWA West Coast ‘Splash & Dash’ 2020

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Splash and Dash
UWA West Coast Swimming Club


UWA West Coast Swimming Club

UWA West Coast Swimming Club

HBF Stadium


HBF Stadium
100 Stephenson Avenue, Mount Claremont WA 6010


Sunday 13 Dec 2020


8:00 am - 12:00 pm

UWA West Coast ‘Splash & Dash’ 2020

The UWA-West Coast ‘Splash & Dash’ carnival is the ideal introductory meet for ‘rookie racers’ who are still trying to decide if swimming is the sport for them!

The 25m & 50m distances are particularly suited to novice squad swimmers who are yet to become
a registered ‘competitive’ member of a Swimming WA club.
Splash & Dash participants sign in at their own registration table to collect their registration pack
and also get to meet one of our Splash & Dash volunteers who will escort them to the starting blocks
for each of their events. The registration pack includes a meet program, estimated timeline and a
swim cap.

The Splash & Dash meet program includes the following 25m & 50m events:
Event 3 – Mixed 8-12yrs 50m Backstroke;
Event 4 – Mixed 7-8yrs 25m Backstroke;
Event 13 – Mixed 8-12yrs 50m Breaststroke;
Event 14 – Mixed 7-8yrs 25m Breaststroke;
Event 21 – Mixed 8-12yrs 50m Freestyle; &
Event 22 – Mixed 7-12yrs 25m Breaststroke.

Each swimmer will receive a participation ribbon to acknowledge their efforts in the pool. The
‘Splash & Dash’ races will not be officiated, which means that times swum will not be officially
recognised in accordance with Swimming WA guidelines.


please contact Steve by email meetdirector@uwawestcoast.org for more information

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