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CITY ELIMINATES THE COMPETITION AS YOUNG GUNS BREAKTHROUGH

CITY ELIMINATES THE COMPETITION AS YOUNG GUNS BREAKTHROUGH

It was a beautiful Saturday morning at Coogee Beach for Round 3 of the WA Open Water Series, which featured all the usual distances from 500m through 5km, but with the added attraction of an elite ‘Eliminator’ race across 5 elimination races of 500m each and a final where $500 in cash was up for…

2017 Age Nationals Wrap

Age Nationals is over for another year, and yet again our Club was represented by a strong and resilient group of athletes. Our small but tough team, raced hard over the 6-day competition and finished in a very respectable 6th place WA club. Although the championships feel years ago, the meet provided many highlights for…

Rahul Takes Aquathlon National Title

Rahul Takes Aquathlon National Title

Rahul Jegatheva is the National Champion for Aquathlon (400m swim and 3km run) In the 15-16 year old category! By more than a minute over 2nd. Inaugural winner of the 2017 Australian Open Schools Aquathlon Championships, which is part of the Australian Schools Triathlon Festival. The event was held in April in Penrith at the…

2017 National Age Championships

2017 National Age Championships

2017 National Age Championships RECAP || Days 1 & 2 of National Age Championships. As per usual a rookie rolled into the first session of the meet without accreditation. Kelsey Eastwood had her first encounter with a moose scratching its back against a fence post at the pool, similar to a grumpy old grizzly bear….

2017 Australian Open National Championships

2017 Australian Open National Championships

RECAP || DAY 1: Australian Open National Championships! Yesterday we had three swimmers step up on the blocks for the first day of the meet. Jackson Govers was first up in the Men’s 100m Butterfly finishing just .04 outside of his PB for an excellent start to his campaign! Nice work Jacko! Next was Sacha…

Perth City Dominates Rottnest Channel Swim

Perth City Dominates Rottnest Channel Swim

Saturday the 25th of February 2017 saw the 26th annual edition of the Rottnest Channel Swim and as expected it was a great day to watch Perth City dominate. In true Perth City fashion it was a sweep across the board with athletes from across the club racing with passion, resilience and enjoyment. Perth City…

2017 A Grade

2017 A Grade

Perth City sends off its Olympians!

Perth City sends off its Olympians!

Perth City got together this evening to wish Brianna, Heidi and Ian all the best on their Olympic journey. Among the presentations included the unveiling of an honor board for the recipients of the “Mathew Glucina award for Excellence” and the “Rachel Fielding Achievement Award”. Thank you to John Fielding for hosting the evening and…

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