Taree swimmers Marcus Smith, Jordan Smith, Olivia Dew, Max McKillop-Davies and Bevan Smith with their rewards from the Crescent Head carnival.TAREE Amateur Swimming Club is set to make a splash this year, with swimmers already competing at carnivals at Macksville and Crescent Head in the past two weeks and achieving some fantastic results.
Nine members competing at Macksville and Crescent Head in 38 events, achieved 40 personal best times, with some taking up to eight seconds off their times and coming away with five golds, 11 silvers and 10 bronze medals from the two carnivals.
The club is excited this year to be able to host a carnival at the YMCA Manning Aquatic and Leisure Centre on November 29 for the first time in a number of years and is also hosting one of Swimming NSW Country Regional Championships carnivals on January 10 and 11.
This is a major coup for the club.
The club will be able to use their new semi automatic timing system at the carnivals.
The system is a major asset for the club with no other timing systems like this being available in this area. Funding from Greater Taree City Council’s donations policy has enabled the committee to finish purchasing the system.
Club nights are Wednesdays from 5.45pm and for further details contact the registrar on 041 027 6340 or follow the swimming club on Facebook.
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