After the successful launch of SwimTV last year, make sure you sign up and catch all the action over the coming months – in what is a bumper calendar of racing!
To kick off March, swimming fans have access to view four separate state swimming events across the nation on one weekend.
The comprehensive line-up includes live and exclusive coverage from the 2021 NT Open & Age Championships in Darwin (4-7 March), Victorian Age Long Course Championships in Melbourne (4-8 March), SA Age Long Course Championships in Adelaide (4-8 March), and the CRIPPS Long Course Championships in Hobart, Tasmania (5-8 March).
The swimming calendar then shifts to national competitions where you can watch our best open water swimmers contest the 2021 Australian Open Water Championships on 13-14 March at the Oz Ski Resort in Coolum Beach, Queensland.
April sees the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre play host to two massive events; the 2021 Australian Age Swimming Championships (5-12 April) – which incorporates the multi-class program – and the 2021 Australian Swimming Championships (14-18 March), all live and on-demand via SwimTV.
SwimTV also allows you to catch up with past events – including last weekend’s Victorian Open Long Course Championships and the 2021 NSW Country Championships.
In addition, you can also view action from the Olympic program’s National Relay Camps, where the Dolphins were surprised by an impromptu Relay Blitz. Split into two teams – green and gold – the elite athletes battled it out for bragging rights in the pool.
If you missed the Relay Blitz, head to SwimTV now to catch up on-demand for free.
Also included on-demand for free are December swimming events, the 2020 Hancock Prospecting WA State Age and Open Swimming Championships from Perth and the 2020 SNSW State Age Championships at Sydney Olympic Park.
If you haven’t joined SwimTV yet, click here to access the platform now.