Why do I have to time-keep?

When attending swim meets, hosts of meets allocate clubs swim lanes according to a number of swimmers from the club attending. When Peel Aquatics is allocated time keeping lanes it is our obligation to fill these positions so that the meet can run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. It is the parent/guardians obligation to be available for this role at every meet their child/children compete in. For target meets, a roster will be done by our meet coordinator, which will be sent to all members prior to the event. Please note that if your child is sick or unable to attend for any reason please liaise with other parents who are attending to ensure your timekeeping duties are fulfilled.


What is the club's uniform policy? 

All swimmers are encouraged to wear their club uniform at competitions and to training. Members are required to swim wearing a Peel cap at outside events and should wear a club shirt when receiving medals or awards. Uniforms and caps can be purchased on the members webpage or by contacting our uniform officer.


What is Myswimresults?

MySwimresults is where you registered on line with Swimming WA. After completing the registration process your child will be given a log on. From here you will be able to enter swim meets (see the PAC Competitors Guide document for more information), view recorded official times of your swimmer, and more. You also renew your SWA membership on this page. 


What are Club Championships?

Summer Club Championships are usually held in March each year. PAC swimmers compete in their own age group starting from 8 years and under, then individual age groups from 9 to 16, through to 17 and over. Club camps entry forms will be sent to you via email prior to the event - if you haven't received the form prior to the event, please contact a committee member.

All swimmers MUST swim a minimum of 5 club nights from May until March to be eligible for the Club Championship Trophy or Runner-up Trophy.

Swimmers must have a recorded time in the nominated distance and stroke prior to the Championships (Swimmers can only get points for a swim if they have swum it before and have an official time). The swimmer will be allowed to swim the event for an official time if never swum before – but no points will be added towards their score at Club Champs.

To qualify for Champion or Runner-up, the swimmer MUST compete in events as follows (maximum points can be gained by competing in all events):

8 Years and Under must compete in a minimum of three (3) events: 
  • 50m Freestyle
  • 50m Backstroke
  • 50m Breaststroke
  • 50 Butterfly
9-11 Years must compete in a minimum of three (3) of the following events:
  • 50m Freestyle
  • 50m Backstroke
  • 50m Breaststroke
  • 50m Butterfly
  • 200m Individual Medley
12 Years and Over must compete in a minimum of three (3) of the following events:
  • 100m Freestyle
  • 100m Backstroke
  • 100m Breaststroke
  • 100m Butterfly
  • 200m Individual Medley

Club champs entry forms will be sent to all current members via email prior to the event; please contact a committee member if you think haven't received it.



More questions?

Always feel free to contact on of our committee members, we are more than happy to help :-)




Abbreviations used in Swimming

Juniors – competitor ages up to and including 12yrs
Age – competitors aged 13yrs to 18yrs
Open – all ages

LC – Long Course (50-metre pool)
SC – Short Course (25-metre pool)

QT – event qualifying time
AAQT – event qualifying time to enter nominated Swimming WA events except State Championships
SQT – event qualifying time to enter State Championships
NQT –  event qualifying time to enter National Championships
NT – No time has been recorded by the swimmer for the event

DQ – Disqualification
SWA – Swimming WA
JX – Junior Excellence Award Program (Swimming Australia)
YP –  Youth Performance Award Program (Swimming Australia)