Saturday, 24 February 2018

The MSWA Albany Swim is an amateur swimming event where teams compete to swim the longest distance in a set 8-hour period.

The 2018 event is the seventh MSWA Albany Swim.  They get bigger and better each year - with the number of  swimmers growing and the fundraising totals growing.  Over the past six years, the Albany Swim has attracted over 600 participants and raised over $148,000.  Your generous support in raising funds allows us to offer a wide range of services to our members living with a neurological conditions in the Great Southern region.

Teams of 10 challenge themselves in the swim - they must have one swimmer in the water at all times for the duration of the event. There are no rules on how the competitors swim the event (freestyle, backstroke, doggy paddle!) as long as they complete each lap without the use of swim aids or devices (e.g. flippers). For example, one competitor may choose to swim 10 continuous laps before passing to the next person; whilst another team may rotate their swimmers every two or four laps. As long as each person in the team swims a minimum of six laps or equivalent, the team score is considered valid.

This swim is being run with the support of the Southern Ports Authority - Port of Albany, the City of Albany and the Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre.

Date: Saturday, 24 February 2018
Swim Starts: 9.00am (Registration opens at 8am)
Swim Finishes: 5.00pm  (Presentations Finish at 5.30pm)
Venue: Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre, Barker Road, Albany 

For everything that you need to know about the 2018 MSWA Albany Swim, including event day schedule, swimming rules, prize categories and much, much more just click here. However, if you have any further queries, please don't hesitate to contact the Events Team on (08) 6454 3131 or email us for more information.


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