Next Tuesday morning from 5:30am – 11:00am on 15th January 2019, Channel 7’s hit breakfast show, Sunrise, will be down at Drummoyne Pool. They will be filming their half hourly weather crosses from pool deck.
We strongly encourage our members, both parents and kids, to come down early, do some laps, and perhaps get on camera.
Let’s get down there in full force and show the country our unique Drummoyne spirit!
Swimming Club resumes Saturday week 19th January 2019. We can’t wait to see everyone back on pool deck ready to get back into it and make a splash.
All of our members are encouraged to bring along a friend for a free trial. They can experience a typical Saturday morning meet and get their new year fitness regime off to a flying start! We are always excited to have new members joining the club, so spread the word!
We hope to see many of our members back at the pool for our first 2019 meet!
Despite a slightly cloudy morning last Saturday, our members turned out in full force for the last meet of 2018.
The main event of the morning was the 50m Breaststroke Championship heats. Swimmers raced as fast as they can to grab the last championship points for the year. The open mens and womens heats were both tight races with Adam Lewis and Annette Jamieson taking out the heats respectively. Congratulations to all swimmers who made the final!
After the excitement of the championship the BBQ came out in full force.
The sausage sizzle was delicious and we had a very special guest from the north join us on pool deck. Santa came down and gave out some lolly bags and took some photos with the kids. There were even some wish lists exchanging hands!
Happy holidays from everyone at Drummoyne Swimming Club! 🎄🎄 🎄
This week is the final swim club meet of the year!
As with swim club tradition, we will be throwing a free sausage sizzle to rev swimmers back up after their 400m freestyle!
We will also have a special visitor from The North Pole, the jolly red and white gift giver himself, Santa Claus. We got word from Mrs. Claus that he has left the ice mansion and just passed over Alaska last night. 🎅🏻
We hope to see many of our members there for a fun end to the year!
The sun was out last Saturday morning and our members were excited to cool off with some races!
In the second Championship event of the year, swimmers swam 50m Butterfly with as much power as possible. Congratulations to Andrew Sharpe who took out the mens open heat in what was a very close sprint to the finish. Annette Jamieson took out the open womens heat, smashing it with a lead of over 4 seconds! Congratulations to all who made the final!
We also had the second week of the Over 35s and Under 10s 100m Freestyle Trophy Events. After the second week, Jaxon Lewis and Laura Tambasco lead the Under 10s boys and girls events respectively. There is also stiff competition in the Over 35s with Anthony Burges and Sherri Ollerenshaw in first place for the men’s and women’s events respectively!
We look forward to seeing everyone back down on pool deck this Saturday morning!
Every year our club competes in the Battle on the Bay Swimming Carnival against other swimming clubs in the Inner West.
The Battle on the Bay Swimming Carnival is a competition between neighbouring swimming clubs located around and nearby the Iron Cove Bay area. The carnival allows swimmers of all ages and abilities to come together and participate in an afternoon of competitive swimming, mixed with plenty of fun and good sportsmanship. The fastest swimmers in our club will be competing for the Age Group medals, while every swimmer can earn valuable points for their Club by swimming to the best of their ability to win the ultimate prize – the Battle on the Bay trophy!
This year our club will be hosting the carnival down at Drummoyne Pool on Saturday 9 March 2019 between 3pm-7:30pm, after Swim Club in the morning.
We would love to have as many of our members there to help us reclaim the trophy on home turf!
It was another fantastic morning last Saturday morning down at Drummoyne Pool.
The day started with the competitive 50m Freestyle Championship heats, with competitors fighting for a spot in the Open Heats. The men’s and women’s Open heats were tight races with William Taylor and Annette Jamieson taking them out respectively. It was just milliseconds between Annette and runner up Gabrielle Perkins! Congratulations to all swimmers!
We also had the anticipated trophy final of the Five Dock Rotary 200m Individual Medley Handicap. It was an arduous final with lane 6 hitting the water after a 60 second handicap. Ultimately, it was Elise Borozan’s race to win as she took out the trophy within a second of runner up Caragh Price. Congratulations to all that made the final!