2021 Australian Age Swimming Championships

Date & Time
Mon, 05/04/2021 to Mon, 12/04/2021
Gold Coast Swimming & Aquatic Centre
Marine Parade, Southport, Gold Coast QLD 4225

Event Details

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The 2021 Australian Age Swimming Championships is a favoured event on the swimming calendar. With COVID-19 halting the event in 2020, the 2021 edition is set to be one of the biggest yet. The event will form part of the selection process for the international junior benchmark events for 2021.

A change to the program will see the multi-class age and multi class open Australian championships staged at the beginning of the event, with the able-bod events commencing on 7 April.

Pre-meet Training (Multi-class only)

Sunday 4 April 2021

10:00am – 12:00pm

3:00pm – 6:00pm

Multi-class Competition

(warm-up commences 1.5 hours prior to the session start time)

Monday 5 April and Tuesday 6 April 2021

Heats/Timed Finals AM: 9:00am

Finals / Timed Finals PM: 6:00pm

Wednesday 7 April 2021

Timed Finals: 4:00pm

Able-bod Pre-meet Training

Monday 5 April and Tuesday 6 April 2021

11:00am – 1:00pm

3:00pm – 6:00pm

Able-bod Competition

Wednesday 7 to Monday 12 April 2021

(warm-up commences 2 hours prior to the session start time)

Heats: 9:00am

Finals: 6:00pm

Age for all events is as at 5 April 2021.

This is a long course event and qualifying times must have been achieved in a long course pool.

Qualifying times must be achieved after 1 January 2019.

Please see the competitors tab below for the program of events and qualifying times and procedure.


Swimming Australia will continually reassess qualifying times for National Events due to the evolving COVID-19 situation to ensure that swimmers (from affected areas) are not disadvantaged in qualifying. 


Swimming Australia notes that the information provided is correct at the time of publishing, however, is subject to change without prior notice. 

Entries for this event will close at 11:59 PM on Monday 15 March 2021.
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