Membership information for East Brisbane Swim Club for the 2013-2014 season has been uploaded onto the website under the “Our Club” tab then choose Membership from the drop down menu. Membership renewal and new applications need onnly download and complete the required f [more]
After six (6) days of tough competition, seven (7) East Brisbane swimmers have been selected to compete as part of the Queensland School Sport swimming team at the School Sport Australia Swimming Championships to be held in Adelaide in September this year. 2013 Queensland School Swimming [more]
What a fantastic week of swimming! Well Done to the 14 members of the East Brisbane swim team who represented the club in Adelaide last week (8 – 14 April) at the 2013 Georgina Hope Swimmers Foundation Australian Age Swimming Championships. East Brisbane Swim Club Finished 6th overall on the club point score. Click on [more]
East Brisbane Swim Club is located at Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie.) in the suburb of East Brisbane. The club offers a comprehensive swim programme that caters from Beginners and Stroke Development through to Competition, State and National squads. The club is housed at the Barry McCart Aquatic Centre and has both 25m and 50m pools available. Both pools are heated and utilized all year round.
East Brisbane Swim Club is affiliated with the Brisbane Swimming Association and Swimming Queensland. Through these associations it offers members the opportunity to compete at regional, state and national levels. This year our club finished 4th overall
at the 2012 Queensland State Swimming Championships and 6th overall
at the 2013 Australian Age Championships held at the SA Aquatic Centre in Adelaide during the April school holidays.
The club provides a weekly club night on a Friday afternoon through term 1 and term 4 each year. All members from junior through to senior levels are encouraged to attend these nights. The season culminates each year with Club Championships.
East Brisbane Swim Club prides itself on being a club which can bring the whole family together to participate in a healthy and outdoor sport. Parental support and involvement in all aspects of the club is encouraged. Children compete in their swimming events while adults conduct the events and encourage fun, fitness and healthy competition.
All parents are expected to help, particularly at Club Nights and carnivals to conduct the events for your children and your club.
Some of the jobs you might be expected to do will include:
||Marshall: Preparing and organizing the children for their events.
||Timekeeper: Timing races with a stopwatch.
||Recording children's times on a record sheet.
||Adjudicating on technique and placings.
||Starting races with the starter's gun.
||Selling drinks, operating a BBQ.