At Carlile Swimming, we believe that every child should be given the opportunity to improve their swimming and achieve their personal best. With this in mind, we offer Friday Night Swim Races to help our kids be the best swimmers they can be.
Friday Night Races are a fun way to introduce children to competitive swimming. The emphasis is on self-improvement with awards presented for personal best times and placings. The Races are a social way for other swimmers to get to know each other and race against their peers.
Here are the details for entering Friday Night Races.
Where: At our Killarney Heights, Cherrybrook and Norwest swim schools.
Swimmers from our Ryde and Lane Cove West centres can join the Ryde Carlile Swimming Club and participate in Friday Night Races at the Ryde Aquatic and Leisure Centre. For more information, click here
When: Every Friday, during school term, from 7pm at our Killarney Heights and Norwest pools. During the first and fourth school terms only at our Cherrybrook pool.
Who: The Races can be entered by any child who is currently enrolled in Marlin or above at any Carlile swim school.
How: Simply fill in an entry card at Reception before 6pm on the Thursday night before your child is racing. Each entry card costs $3.
What: Each child can enter up to three races per night and these need to be specified on the entry card.
Swimmers from our Carlingford, Norwest and Cherrybrook swim schools who are looking to take their swimming further, can join the Carlile Swimming Team and participate in races at Oakhill College. For more information click here.
For more information on Friday Night Races, contact the swim school closest to you.