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Pathways for Swimmers (126KB)
All state swimming Associations have a development pathway for swimmers. After swimmers graduate from the state squads, they are ready to embark on the National Athlete Development Pathway.
Multi Class (MC) swimming is a form of competition designed specifically for swimmers with disability. MC events are normal swimming events with some minor modifications to the rules and regulations. MC competition is offered at all levels right up to Australian Championships. For more information click here or follow the links below.
Junior Sport Policy (339KB)
Swimming Australia adopted a Junior Sport Policy in October 2004. The purpose of this policy is to assist in the provision of quality sport experiences for young people. It will encourage the provision of safe, enjoyable and accountable environments for everyone involved in junior swimming.
Swimming Australia promotes the following behavioural guidelines to all individuals involved in any way with the sport of swimming. This particularly applies to those responsible for activities involving members under the age of 18 years. These behavioural guidelines highlight the principles and values of Swimming Australia and are the core principles of the Member Welfare and Child Welfare Policy documents.
National Swimmer Numbers
Swimming Australia is currently compiling a list of all swimmers who have ever represented Australia. Download the PDF of this list and contact Swimming Australia if you have any additions or corrections to this list. All former Australian representatives will receive a numbered pin in recognition of their career as an Australian representative.
Australian Swim Team Numbers Memo
Last Updated July 2012
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