Regan wins the skins race for 11 years/under

Congratulations to Regan Ashby, winning the Skins Race for the 11 years/under at the South Shore Super Sprint 2017.

In an extremely exciting head-to-head race, it nearly looked like she wouldn't make it through the Breaststroke cut-off, but she kept her nerves and came out as a strong and clear winner in the final Freestyle heat!

Well done Regan, really deserved!

 

 

 

 

2018 Country Championships

Peel Aquatic Club competed at the 2018 Country Champs at the HBF Stadium in Perth...

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New Squad Alert

Peel Aquatics has now developed a new Squad for swimming beginners to keep active and improve their swimming skills in a safe and non-competitive environment. Swimmers train once a week with an experienced Peel coach and can participate in club nights and other social club events.

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Open Day Sunday 1st October 10am

Peel Aquatics dive and turn clinics OPEN FUN DAY on the 1st October is your chance to see one of the Regions best swimming clubs in action and show us what you can do. Come along and join us!

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Jorja and Megan head off to Nationals

             

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2017 Country Pennants - Kalgoorlie

Peel Aquatics smashing meet records at the 2017 Country Pennants held in Kalgoorlie

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Rebekah wins Rottnest Island solo swim

Congratulations to Peel Swimmer Rebekah Weller, who was the first placed female solo swimmer at the Rottnest Channel Swim on 25 February 2017.

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Mighty Heidi!

Great determined effort to get best 8 y.o. girl points scored at the Indian Ocean All-Stars Meet.

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CLUB SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017

CLUB CHAMPS A FUN, FAMILY CLUB EVENT.

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2016 Country Pennants - Moora

Six Straight Wins for Top Country Club This weekend was the biggest weekend for Club swimming in WA with two major swimming carnival occurring one for the Metro clubs while the other for the Country with than 1500 athletes from throughout Western Australia competing. The town of Moora was host to the 2016 Country Pennants, with the town inundated with over 650 competitors from twenty-eight (28) regional Clubs, along with their friends and family travelling as far a field as Albany in the south to Broome in the north.

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