Swimming WA and Western Australian swimming clubs regularly host swim meets giving swimmers the opportunity to finesse their racing skills and improve their personal best times. Swimmers also have the opportunity to increase their confidence in a competitive swimming environment whilst making new friends from across Western Australia.
These swim meets are the next level of racing and require the swimmer to have obtained qualifying times to enter. These include AA Meets, Country Championships and State Championships. Peel Aquatic Club also compete at the annual WA Country Pennants where the top swimmers in each age group are selected to represent the Club.
Peel Aquatic Club fully supports swimmers who progress to qualifying for National competition. There are various local and Swimming WA/ WAIS performance pathways available for WA swimmers who are targeting or have qualified for this level of competition. Learn More
Club Time Trials
Monthly throughout Summer & Winter Competition
Our Club Time Trials run monthly and are a great opportunity for our swimmers to race
with their team mates in the fun and relaxed environment of their home pool.
Club Time Trials (also called Club Nights) give all of our athletes the opportunity to race at least once a month and for our younger swimmers to experience competitive swimming in a safe and friendly environment.
Our older swimmers and Club Captains are on hand to guide the younger ones in what to do.
Parents assist with time-keeping and others officiate the event enabling swimmers to gain official times.
How to enter
Entries for Club Time Trials and Club Nights are via MySwimResults.
This is a short meet, around 1.5 hours, and so entries are limited to 3 per swimmer; one in each stroke.
Entry to Club Time Trials/ Club Nights is Free as it is included as part of our swimmer's squad fees.
On the Day
On the day, swimmers ensure you bring the following:
Your parent or an adult! We need them to time-keep!
Bathers, goggles, cap, towel, warm clothes (for example, our Club hoodie and deck parker).
Arrive early and in time for warm up.
Check the program and ensure you marshal for your events.
If your'e unsure check with our officials, friends, coaches or captains.
After the trials the results will be published on the MySwimResults website and TeamApp.
Usually your times achieved at our Club Time Trials are official times so, when you've gained confidence and enter your first 'big' meet, you'll have an entered time.
Club Time Trials are a fantastic opportunity to practice your racing!
Swimmers love to set goals around their personal best times and it's one of the ways you can track your progress and performance.