Awards

2017 Swimming Australia Club of the Year

Overview

 
The Swimming Australia Club of the Year award aims to recognise and reward swimming clubs that are demonstrating a commitment and passion for supporting all members to become the best swimmers they want to be whilst effectively managing and strengthening the clubs infrastructure. The award recognises swimming club's development and achievements each year.

The Club of the Year award assesses each nominated club against the following 8 key activity areas: 

1.    Club Achievements                        5. Fundraising / Sponsorship / Grants
2.    Club Environment                          6. Facilities
3.    Club Committee & Governance     7. Workforce and Volunteers
4.    Members                                        8. Diversity and Inclusion    

Congratulations to Bunbury Swimming Club in WA that were awarded 2017 Club of the Year!

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Bunbury Swimming Club has delivered an array of initiatives that have enabled the club to provide a positive, supportive, and sustainable environment for their swimmers of all ages and abilities. By running recruitment events, improving media relations, enhancing their communication channels, and successfully securing new sponsors among a raft of other exciting initiatives, this club have not only increased their membership by over 50% during the period but also demonstrated a commitment and passion for supporting all of their members to become the best swimmers they want to be whilst effectively managing and strengthening the clubs infrastructure.

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Club of the Year 2017 Top 10

  1. Bunbury Swimming Club
  2. Ivanhoe Neons Swimming Club
  3. Marion Swimming Club
  4. South Esk Swimming Club
  5. Warnambool Swimming Club
  6. Cairns Stingrays SC
  7. Rocky City ASC
  8. Blacktown City SC
  9. Southside Aquatics
  10. Inglewood SC

Congratulations to all of the clubs who entered the Swimming Australia Club of the Year for 2017. We were inspired by all of the hard work, innovation and progress that all entrants had undertaken over the past year to ensure that our sport continues to grow and develop into 2018 and beyond. 


Club of the Year 2018

Nominations are now open for 2018, click here to complete the form online

For more information about the 2018 awards, follow this link.
 

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