Welcome to Tuart Hill Swimming Club
More than 50 years in the Community
The Tuart Hill Swimming Club is a friendly, family-orientated, not-for-profit club established over 50 years ago.
The main aim of our club is to improve the swimming capabilities of our members and those in our Community. We cater for a broad range of swimming abilities and personal goals, from Learn To Swim to Competitive Racing, as well as Adult and Surf Fitness.
So whether it's for fitness, winning at school or training for the Olympics, come along and join the fun!
Some results from today 100 Fly boys under 11 Alessio 3.74 sec PB Caden Great swim & Declan A massive 6.57 sec PB 100 Freestyle women’s Great swim Andrea with a PB Mia 1.70 sec PB Holly 2.44 sec PB Charlize 1.92 sec PB Emily 0.98 sec PB Alex 0.10 & Sarah Swimming hard! James got a 0.9sec pb in the 50m free, touching with a 28.06! In the 100m backstroke Mikala finished with a 0.14sec pb! Well done! Holly…
Adelaide trip so far has been awesome chats with Mack Horton and Craig Jackson thank you so much. The kids have been awesome – game on tomorrow go TH
With the Handicap Trophies for butterfly and backstroke up for grabs, we would have liked to have seen more feet on blocks. However, I’m sure all who attended enjoyed the evening’s swims and sausage sizzle that followed. For the Girls 50 m Butterfly Handicap Trophy, Natasha Robinson finished ahead of Tatiana and Liliana Stjepanovic, while the Boys 50 m Butterfly Handicap Trophy saw a very close finish with Jaymon Briggs holding on to beat Joshua Simonassi by just 0.14 seconds….
Well, no-one rose to the full challenge! Just two swimmers, Alessio Macri and Josh Armstrong competed in three 200 m events (neither competed in butterfly events). Several swimmers swam in two 200 m events, with Josephine Peirce just failing to break the Girls 10 and under 200 m backstroke record by only 0.19 seconds – a great effort considering Josephine had just swum 200 m butterfly! Full results can be found here