Recent news and events

  • Hoots and Heidi makes us so proud

    Simon_Kazan2015Heidi and Hoots have both completed their individual World Championships campaign. Hoots finished 15th in a World Class field of 70. Hoots is a real champion, after the 10km race his interview summed up just how professional he is, “It’s humbling; I know I’m there; I’ve just got to do a bit more work. It’s back to the drawing board; back to training and with it I’ll take more experience.” Heidi swam her heart out. Taking the experience of the 5km race on Saturday where Heidi mixed it in the second pack, Heidi worked hard to be at the back of the main pack. Heidi (26) finished 33rd. Great work HG! Hoots will be part of the team for Australia in the teams event.
  • Heidi races in 5km in Kazan

    heidiHeidi “Ganster’ Gan competed on Saturday in the Women’s World Championship 5km. Heidi led the second pack through to finish a credible 21st in the world. As crazy as it is, coach Matt talks about it as a warm up for the 10km! Hoots is racing today. Get some Hoots!!
  • Another Classic Classic

    t shirtSaturday 18 July was another remarkable day for Perth City. What a club effort! Thank you to all – swimmers, parents, friends and supporters. It was a efficient and smooth event and this is not easily achieved. Well done Perth City in and out of the water!
  • Hoots and Matt with the Australian Team preparing in Barcelona

    australian teamSimon ‘Hoots’ and coach Matt make their final preparations in Barcelona before heading to Kazan to join Heidi and Millsy. Brianna will also arrive in Kazan in the next few days after her staging camp in Doha. With Perth City’s huge representation across Open Water and Pool stay tuned for updates. The Open Water events start on 25 July with the Men’s 5km. Good luck to all.

Older events

  • Guy wins BRONZE in Glasgow

    guy_harrison_murrayAs the anchor to the Mens 4 x100 FS relay relay, Guy swam past Ukraine to put Australia in third place. Guy was thrilled! After a fantastic week of swimming on his first International stage, Guy went a PB in the Men’s 100m freestyle  final of 55.40 coming out in sixth place. Guy came seventh in the Men’s 50m freestyle final with a 25.34 and broke the Oceania record in the Men’s 400m freestyle in 4:18.30. Perth City are very proud of your achievements Guy!
  • Sasha finishes 9th in 10km

    Sasha Downing, representing Australia at the World University Games, finished a solid 9th in her 10km race on Saturday.
  • Guy is in Glasgow

    Swimming in his first World Championships Guy Harrison-Murray finished seventh in the men’s 50m freestyle S10 final with a time of 25.34.
  • Perth City Classic – this weekend

    A reminder to all club members and parents that the Perth City Classic will be held at HBF Stadium this weekend. A major event for the club and everyone is asked to volunteer for the full day. With great numbers representing the club, parents are asked to place their name on the volunteer roster.