Welcome to Surrey Park Seahorses Masters Swimming Club

Surrey Park Seahorses is a Masters swimming club based at Aqualink Box Hill.  The Box Hill facility has a 10 lane, 25m outdoor pool. The club also trains at the Boroondara Leisure Centre - Balwyn (BLC) on a Tuesday and Wednesday night. The BLC facility has a 50m outdoor pool

We are a medium-sized club (30-40 members) whose members enjoy swimming for fitness and/or competition, as well as participating in a variety of social activities. Members range in age from early 30s to the mid 70s.  

Masters Swimming in Australia is available to any swimmer over the age of 18 years of age.

The Club provides three coached training sessions per week plus Sunday intra-club competitions to track your progress. Other members also regularly gather for less formal training sessions (typically Saturday mornings at the Boroodara Leisure Centre - Balwyn) along with open water practice during the summer months.

Some members compete in inter-club, State, National and International Masters swim events. Others choose not to compete at all and use the Club's programs for personal fitness purposes. We have many members who participate in open water swimming competitions held over the summer months.

The Club is affiliated with State, National and International Masters swimming organisations.

Our Club's objective is to "provide a structured environment for improving swimming and fitness and to encourage the pursuit of personal goals in a friendly social atmosphere".

We welcome enquiries from prospective new members (go to New Members tab).

 

 

Recorders Report for 2017 from the AGM

Linda G, our dedicated and enthusiastic Recorder has provided a summary report and competition details of the Lynne and Alan Davis Trophy (Endurance), Jodi-Anne Menzies Trophy (Aggregate) for 2017, as well as the Open Water Swimming (OWS) results to date.

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Club Records to December 2017

Our erstwhile Recorder has provided the lastest club recrds as at the 31st December 2017

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