Recent news and events

  • It’s official Guy has made his first Australian Team

    guy harrison murray 2It was only last weekend when the Australian Championships concluded but it must seem a world away. Perth City’s Guy Harrison-Murray was selected on the Australian Para Pan Pac team. Roll on California! Guy’s sensational swims in Brisbane earned him a place in the Australian Team. Well done Guy!
  • Australian Age – Day 1

    What a start for the Perth City Team. Rookie Jordan Davis set a sizzling PB in the 200FS; 2:07.27. Finishing a creditable 17th in the 13 and under race. Important to note that he was 2nd 12year in Australia. For more up to date results check live results:
  • Perth City here, there and everywhere

    doryPerth City are represented all over the country in the next week. Currently we have swimmers racing in the weekend meet at Geraldton. Our team of Australian Age Qualifiers racing in Sydney. Forty or so Perth City swimmers competing in the end-of-season finale. And then there are the Perth City swimmers that have ventured out on holiday – KL, Europe, Bali to name a few.   Have fun, be safe and just keep swimming!
  • Perth City excel at Junior states

    Junior States_girls relayPerth City had a creditable thirteen individual swimmers competing at the Junior States last weekend. In one of the most ‘watched’ championships the swimming was remarkable. The stands were full and swimmers from 7 years through to 12 years set the goal to swim faster than they ever had before! Whilst the swimming was fast it was still highlighted that these athletes were young and enjoyed catching up with peer competitiors and ‘having a chat’ in the marshalling area. Swim downs were a mixture of freestyle, forward rolls, duck dives and a bit of backstroke when the coach was watching! Congratulations to all Perth City members and especially our medal winners: Jordan Davis Brooke Rego Tommaso Puccini To our first time competitiors well done on achieving the state level mark and finally our relay swimmers - AWESOME!   Perth City Swimming Club_ Junior states results

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  • Winter schedule available next week

    The schedule for the winter season will be available next week. Look out for the details.
  • Perth City wins OPENWATER Club for 2014

    066Perth City was today awarded Open water Club for 2014. It has been a year for achievement with the club. Simon Huitenga Open water Swimmer of the Year Matt Magee Open water Coach of the Year Perth City Open water Club of the Year
  • Perth City 5km – will it be far enough?

    731After the successes of the 10km day at OW Australian Championships in Geelong the goal had be set to do one better. With all nine team members racing on the final day it meant SMART performances would be needed by all. The Mens 5km results: Will 4th 17/18yrs; Brett 2nd 16yrs; Guy 2nd MC; Nic 5th 15yrs; Callum 2nd 14yrs. The Womens 5km results: Sacha 1st 16yrs; Sarah 18th 16yrs; Karla 13th 15yrs; Meg 16th 14yrs.
  • Perth City hit Eastern Beach running

    723Perth City OW team hit the water running in the OW Australian Championships in Geelong. With the 10km yesterday experienced members – Will, Brett, Guy, Nic, Callum, Sacha and Meg went into the race with the words of wisdom from senior club members Hoots, Heidi and Jezza. Swim SMART was the goal. Mumma Bear Heidi would have been so proud of her ‘baby bears’ taking on board all the tricks of the trade. With the 10km event doubling up as selection for the Junior Pan Pac team, for Sacha, Will and Brett is was about having a go at this opportunity. Brett and Will put themselves in the best position to earn a top two spot. With results coming through Brett 2nd and Will 3rd overall  Sacha 2nd overall. Individual results: Callum 3rd 14yrs Nic 8th 15yrs Brett 1st 16yrs Guy 7th 16yrs Will 2nd 17/18yrs Sacha 1st 16yrs Meg 5th 14yrs