Results of all formal competitive events are recorded on our club management system SwimClub Manager, with a full history going back to 2011 – you can see results by individual swimmer or by event.
For results prior to 2011, please go to our old archived website.
The aim of competition is to have fun and improve your personal bests – which are now stored on SwimClub Manager.
A personal best is simply the fastest time the swimmer has ever swum for a particular stroke/distance combination.
Swimmers can track the progress of their PBs by collecting ASA competitive award badges (bronze, silver, gold and platinum). To gain an ASA competitive award, it doesn't matter what age you are or where you come in your race: you just have to achieve the time and stroke criteria.
A club record is the fastest time ever swum in the history of the club by a male or female in a particular age group for a particular event (stroke/distance). Club records are displayed on SwimClub Manager.