Open Water

Swimming has long been a part of our DNA. Swimming transcends all ages and abilities – there are no barriers to participation. Swimming is unique as it is an essential life-skill, a sport and a recreational pastime.

Swimming Australia is excited to launch iSwim, the app to track your swimming, provide swimming tips, get you motivated and inspire you with our expert programs. It's interactive engaging and you can build your own virtual squad! 

A variety of fitness programs will cater to lap swimmers, open water swimmers and those who make swimming part of their social lifestyle. Programs will be presented in engaging video format from Australian Dolphins through to recreational swimmers and expert coaches. From Emily Seebohm’s pre-race warm up routine; Ellie Cole’s favourite breathing drill to Bondi Lifeguard, Reidy’s Race-Ready open water tips - there'll be something for all swimming abilities and interests.

Free to download - available in the app stores.

iSwim - Koti's Mixed Medley

iSwim Skills

The iSwim app has launched a skills section featuring various drills to improve your stroke efficiency. Demonstrated and explained through easy-to-follow instructional videos, the skills cover the basic to the advanced. They are easily categories by stroke and topics and new content is added weekly.

iSwim Challenges

Take part is fun challenges designed to motivate you and improve your swimming. Check out the Packard Power Challenge below, where Australian Dolphins Jake Packard, Matthew Wilson and Taylor McKoewn take on two recreational swimmers for the esteemed title of lowest breaststroke count.

iSwim Training Plans

Improve your fitness with the guided training plans presented by our Australian Dolphins, coaches and top swimmers in Australia. Training plans vary by stroke, intensity and swimming levels to suit all abilities. You will even find some dryland sets to build our fitness, strength and endurance. Train with Mack Horton, Cate Campbell, James Magnussen and Ellie Cole. What a squad!

iSwim app

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