Frankston Masters Swimming is a Masters Swimming Club that was formed over 30 years ago and has grown into a proud club. Based at PARC, the club trains twice a week in the 25m indoor pool. Approximately one third of our members have been so for at least ten years, which we would hope suggests our nucleus aims at the philosophy of Masters Swimming of FUN, FITNESS and FRIENDSHIP.

The Club has been represented at Club, State, National and World Championships. Club members have broken State, National and World records. Frankston Peninsula members have represented the club and state at Tokyo, Christchurch, Brisbane, Indianapolis and Munich. Annually, the club holds a successful InterClub Meet which has a good attendance of competitors each year and ends with a popular after swim meet supper and giant raffle.

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PENINSULA AQUATIC RECREATION CENTRE (PARC)
Cranbourne Road, Frankston
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Training Times Monday
7.15 – 8.45 pmThursday
7.15 – 8.45 pm
Contact Frankston
Andrew Gibson (Club Secretary)
  Email: info@frankstonmastersswimming.com
Phone: 5977 0485
Website: CLICK HERE
Facebook: CLICK HERE

 

The Glamourhead Sharks

Established in 2001 by a group of swimmers interested in attending the 2002 Gay Games. Since then they have grown into one of Melbourne’s largest masters swimming clubs – competing in local, national and international events and providing an environment for GLBTI (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex) swimmers and their friends to participate in competitive and fitness swimming.

They are committed to providing a supportive and welcoming environment for members of the GLBTI community to participate in swimming as a means to increasing their fitness, health and wellbeing. We believe in being inclusive of diversity in terms of skills, body type, age, gender, ethnicity and sexuality. We recognise the importance of providing a healthy alternative to the scene for social interaction and the active promotion of a positive image of the GLBTI community.

They aim to provide an encouraging and supportive environment for swimmers of all abilities to improve their fitness and swimming skills, have fun and develop friendships. As well as to present a positive image of the GLBTI community through attendance in local, interstate and international Masters swimming meets, while supporting swimmers in competing to their full potential in Masters and open water swimming competition.

 

Inclusive Sports Training

Mission statement
• IST Training is a private enterprise coaching business. It specialises in coaching athletes with learning difficulties.

 

M1 Swimming Club members train at the Monash Aquatic and Recreation Centre and the Oakleigh Recreation Centre. M1 is ‘One Club’ – we are affiliated with both Masters Swimming Victoria and Swimming Victoria, catering for swimmers of all ages.

Squad training is operated by Tateswim (click here for Masters Program information). Training is held three times per week for 48 weeks per year.
We cater for all types of swimmers, including:

  • Young swimmers transitioning from Swimming Victoria to Masters Swimming Victoria
  • Serious swimmers training for PB’s (and world records!)
  • Keen swimmers wishing to improve their health and fitness
  • People who just enjoy their swimming and everything that comes with it!

 

Maccabi AJAX Swimming Club promotes the philosophy of ‘sport for life.’

 

As Masters Swimming Club, they encourage swimming at all levels by supporting and guiding its members to enjoy their sport and maximise their potential. The club provides an opportunity for swimmers to engage in the club at a social level, however, also encourages participation in competitions locally, nationally and internationally.

The Club is part of the broader Maccabi network and as such is linked to Maccabi World Union which boasts some 400,000 members. The pinnacle in the calendar is the National Swimming Championships held in October each year and the Maccabiah games held in Israel every 4 years.

The club also strives to strengthen Jewish identity through Maccabi participation. They participate in a range of events, including Masters Swimming Victoria and Masters Swimming Australia events.

 

The Malvern Marlins is a Masters Swimming Club formed in 1990, whose members swim for fitness, friendship, and fun. Based at the Harold Holt Swim Centre, the Marlins have over 150 members, varying in ability from lap swimmers to elite Masters athletes.

The club is inclusive and focuses on participation in swimming. We place a strong emphasis on the social aspects of membership, with the club organising regular social activities.

Of course there are also opportunities for members to compete, at Interclub, State, National and International level as desired. Many members also participate in Open Water Swims.

The Marlins offer two evening training sessions, five morning sessions and one Endurance 1000 swimming session each week. We welcome new members, aged eighteen or over, who are interested in improving their swimming fitness and skill. Stroke correction and coaching in swimming technique are offered at our training sessions. Regular attendance increases your fitness level and is encouraged.

more info here https://www.malvernmarlins.org.au/

Mission Statement

Melbourne H2O Swimming Club is a non-profit club. Our mission is to provide for swimmers of all abilities and interests whilst fostering competitive swimming in a manner that builds a lifelong love of the sport.  We provide enjoyable racing experiences in a fun, social setting.

Services

We are partnered with H2O Swimming Works who provide coaching and training to all MH2O Members.

Head Coach Anita Killmier has a passion for swimming as a lifelong sport so unlike many other squad programmes, H2O Swimming Works focuses on  focuses on promoting and developing swimming among swimmers of ALL ages, both younger and older alike.

Anita has been both pioneer and leader in the field of adult swimming and is well regarded as one of Australia’s best teacher and coach of adults. She is a Life Member of Powerpoints Masters Swimming Club where she held the position of Head Coach for over a decade and has been twice awarded Masters Coach of the Year as well as the 2000 Sports Award for Services to Swimming.

 

We have programs to suit the beginner right through to elite pool, open water, surf, triathlon and World Masters competitors. We offer private lessons, stroke correction and group training squads.

 

Mon, Wed, Fri   5.45am – 7.30am

(Advanced)

Mon, Wed, Fri   7.30am – 8.30am

Wednesday    6.30pm – 7.30pm

(Novice)

Saturday       9am – 10.30am

(Intermediate)

Prahran Aquatic Centre

41 Essex Street

Prahran VIC 3181

South Yarra Sports Centre

Melbourne Highschool

679 Chapel Street

South Yarra VIC 3141

 

Anita Kilmier

0402 739 827

 

Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club (MVC) was established in 1988 through the amalgamation of the Melbourne Aquatic and ACI Vicentre Swimming Clubs and further consolidated with the amalgamation of Malvern Swimming Club in 1996.

Based at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) and with an additional venue at Glen Iris, the Club is proud to have access to the best swimming facilities in Victoria. Year round training is available in both 25m and 50m pool formats.

Club Coaches form one of the most qualified and experienced coaching groups within Australia. Overseen by Head Coach Ian Pope, and supported by a team of related specialists, MVC Coaches support swimmers to achieve the most out of their swimming in a supportive and personally challenging environment.

MVC is affiliated with Swimming Victoria, is a Swimming Australia Podium Performance Centre and manages a Swim Australia registered Swim School – Melbourne Aquatic Learn to Swim + Water Safety.

MVC provides comprehensive water based programs beginning with learners from three years, through squad programs for swimmers from 8 years to elite international competitors and on to adult squads for swimmers enjoying a mix of competitive and social swimming.

Melbourne Vicentre: Empowering swimmers to be champions in life.

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Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)

Aughtie Drive, Albert Park

Korowa Anglican Girl’s School
Ranfurlie Crescent, Glen Iris

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Monday, Wednesday and Friday

7:00-8:30am

 

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
5:30 – 7:00am
Contact
Melbourne Vicentre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julie Baker / Veronica Lyttle

 

 

 

 

 

Phone:  (03) 9926 1518
Website:  CLICK HERE

 

Powerpoints is a non-profit masters (adult) swimming club. The club exists to encourage adults of any age to swim regularly for fitness, general health, social interaction and the occasional friendly competition. To help achieve its objectives, the club offers members a balanced fitness program within a social atmosphere.

The club currently has well over 150 members who range in age from 18 to 70+, and in ability from lap swimmers to ex-elite level athletes and current world masters champions. Powerpoints has won many state and national long and short course championships, and our members currently hold state, national and world masters records.

Powerpoints was formed in 1979 by members of Powerhouse Water Polo Club, Point Lonsdale and Point Leo Surf Life Saving Clubs.

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MELBOURNE SPORTS AND AQUATIC CENTRE
Aughtie Drive
Albert Park VICTORIA 3206
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Monday
6:00 – 7:30am
6:30 – 8:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday
6:00 – 7:30am
6:30 – 8:00pm 

Thursday
6:00 – 7:30am
6:30 – 8:00pm

Saturday
9:30 – 11am – followed by breakfast at a nearby café

Contact Powerpoints

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brett Davidson – Club Captain
Email: admin@powerpoints.org.au

  Website:  CLICK HERE
Facebook:  CLICK HERE

 

Masters Swimming Victoria are pleased to welcome Carnegie Masters Swimming Club, one of our newest clubs – commenced in 2017.Carnegie is a new not for profit club begins for adults 18 -100 years fitness, fun, friendship and coached swim stroke correction.