Congratulations to all our swimmers who participated in the second short course winter series on Sunday 15 June.
A special mention to our newest members Elyse, Alexandra, Chloe R, Chloe K, Loki & Marlee. All of these swimmers came away with ribbons.
Results for the development meet can be found on the Swimming ACT website.
Congratulations to all our swimmers who participated under the QTS banner at the Speedo Sprints and ACT Relay Championships on Sunday 2 February 2014. There were some outstanding PB’s and our relay teams in all age groups did an outstanding job with QTS entering A & B teams across all age groups. QTS came 2nd over all.
Click here for results Speedo Sprints
To view results for the ACT Relay Championships please go to the Swimming ACT Website.
Well done to Rachel, Erin and Emily who attended the 2014 Country Regional Championships held in Ulladulla over the weekend. Both Emily and Erin achieved PB’s and Rachel was able to secure 2 x bronze medals and 1 x gold medal.
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Well done to those swimmers who travelled to Goulburn on Sunday 15 December 2013 to participate in Development Meet # 3. There were some wonderful PB’s and ACT times swam.
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QLSC has had several of our QLSC members travel to other parts to compete.
Rachel C recently travelled to the Phillipines with her family and during this time she was invited by a local swim club (Quezon Killer Whale Swimming Team) to compete in 50th PSL Leg Series “4th Senator Nikki Coseteng Swim Cup” sponsored by Philippine Swimming League. This competition serves as the 1st tryout/selection method for the 28th SUMMER UNIVERSIADE to be held in Gwangju, Korea in 2015. Rachel’s contribution to the team was big enough for them to win the overall champion of the league, what an awesome experience for Rachel. Rachel won bronze in 100 Fly, 200IM and 400 Free
Brad R recently travelled to Cooma for a SC Development Meet after having 5 weeks off to travel overseas. Brad’s return to swimming saw little difference to his already outstanding performance.
Alexis B travelled to Penrith to compete in her first 5km open water swim. It was a gruelling event which saw her achieve a state time and just miss a national time by .45 of a second.
Well done to these swimmers who continually display a commitment to training and achieving their goals.