JuniorsNational SquadsRacingClub Night is back!

UWSC Club Night

We are happy to announce: Club Night #6!

Thursday, 23 July 2020.
HBF Stadium (Indoor 8-Lane Short Course Competition Pool)
Warm-up: 4:00pm-4:50pm: Lanes 1-8
Racing: 5:00pm-7:30pm: Lanes 1-8
Cost: $16 per entry (max. 4 events per swimmer)

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1. 200m Freestyle (9yrs & Over)
2. 100m Backstroke (9 rs & Over);
3. 50 Breaststroke;
4. 100m Butterfly (9yrs & Over);
5. 50m Backstroke;
6. 100m Freestyle
7. 50m Butterfly;
8. 100m Breaststroke (9yrs & Over); &
9. 50m Freestyle.

  • All events are open to UWA-West Coast ‘Competitive’ members and squad participants.
  • Squad swimmers who are not members of the Club are welcome to attend as ‘Visitors’, but if they’ve not previously swum at a Club Night then will need a My Swim Results entry link. Please email your name, date-of-birth and address along with the name and date-of-birth of a Guardian (emergency contact) to clubnight@uwawestcoast.org, following which access to the online entry link will be provided.
  • Only Swimming WA registered ‘competitive’ members (on the day of the meet) are eligible for times swum to be recognised for future sanctioned online meet entries. Any ‘visitor’ wanting to become a UWA-West Coast member is encouraged to contact Natalie Wilson at registrar@uwawestcoast.org.
  • Entries to events will close if the number of entries exceed a reasonable finish time;
  • Times achieved by non-registered ‘visitors’ will be posted on the Club’s website, but are not “official” times;
  • All swimmers are expected to provide at least one volunteer to the timekeeping roster

Entries due: 9:00pm on Monday, 20 July 2020

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