Upcoming Open Water Events
2017 NACSC Open Water Swim at SIRC
2017 registration link: https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=27436
2016 NACSC Open Water Swim at SIRC
Another very successful NACSC event! Full wrap up below, stay tuned for the link to view and buy the photos, and full list of results! Will post asap!
SIRC Open Water Swim - Sat 22nd October - RESULTS
The full Open Water Swim results will be posted soon - but in the meantime, you can access individual results via the Multisports Australia website- just click on the link
Online entries now CLOSED https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=22165
Thank you to the event sponsors!
Open Water Swim - all results
Open Water Swim - results
Full List of Results:
Winners – Boys 2.5km
1st Matthew Galea (Blacktown City)
2nd Tyler Krenkels (Carlile)
3rd Kai Van Kool (Carlile)
1st Pia Lenarduzzi (Carlile)
2nd Cassandra Fayers (Hunter)
3rd Madeleine Hardy (Kozy Swim Club)
1st Jarrod Poort (Wests Illawarra Aquatic)
2nd Matthew Robinson (Cherrybrook Carlile)
3rd Daniel Collins (Hunter)
1st Samantha Watts (Aquablitz Toongabbie)
2nd Sarah McNevin (Campbelltown)
3rd Niamh Bourke (Wests Illawarra Aquatic)
Club Point Score
1st Campelltown Swim Club
2nd SOPAC Swim Club
Over 300 swimmers from clubs all over NSW turned out in force on Saturday for the inaugural Nutrition Station Open Water Swim at Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith.
Made up of 2 events, a 2.5km and a 5km swim, the competition was fierce with 346 entries in total. The weather ensured the perfect racing conditions, a crisp start turned into a sunny day with no wind.
Matthew Galea from Blacktown City Swim Club placed 1st in the 2.5km Boys event, with Pia Lenarduzzi from Carlile Swim Club taking out the 2.5km Girls event.
Jarrod Poort from Wests Illawarra Aquatic Swim Club - a London Olympian who was Australia’s highest ranked male in the 5km at the world swimming championships in Kazan Russia back in August - claimed victory in the Mens 5km event, with Samantha Watts from Aquablitz Toongabbie taking out the 5km Womens event.
The top point scoring club, taking out the $1000 prize money and trophy, were Campbelltown Swim Club.
Race Organiser Alan Bentley said “We are thrilled with the calibre and number of swimmers who have gotten involved in this event, and are encouraged that this will be a great annual event for our region from now on”.
Please read document below for all Open Water Event Race Instructions
NACSC Open Water meet is scheduled to be held on Saturday, 24th October 2015 at Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith
All information in PDF below.
For online registrations: https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=17581