Event

MacKillop Swimming Championships

Order of Events and Seating Allocation

Eligibility

Up to 2 Athletes per individual event and 2 relay teams per relay event per diocese (Sydney per Region)

EVENTS AND AGE DIVISIONS:

50m Freestyle

8yrs, 9yrs, 10yrs, 11yrs, 12yrs, 13yrs

Boys and Girls

50m Backstroke, 50m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly

Junior (8, 9, 10yrs), 11yrs, 12/13yrs

Boys and Girls

100m Freestyle

All Age

Boys and Girls

200m Individual Medley

Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (11,12,13 yrs) Boys and Girls

Multiclass : 100m Freestyle, 50m Freestyle,

50m Backstroke, 50m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly

Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (11,12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

4 x 50m Freestyle Relay

Junior (8, 9, 10yrs), Senior (11, 12, 13yrs) Boys and Girls

Small Schools (PP6) 4x50m Freestyle Relay

All Age (schools with a K-6 enrolment of 1-25)

Mixed Boys and Girls

Small Schools (PP5) 4x 50m Freestyle Relay

All Age ( schools with a K-6 enrolment 26-54 )

Mixed Boys and Girls

Date

Wednesday 25 March 2020

Venue

Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre
Olympic Boulevarde, Sydney Olympic Park

Parking

This will be available in P2 or, if full, in additional parking stations as directed by signs in the Aquatic Centre precinct.The cost of parking is $18 per day flat rate if ticket validated at the Aquatic Centre.

Closing Date

Refer to Diocesan information

Cost

Refer to Diocesan information

What to Bring

Refer to Diocesan information

Contact

Fixtures and Results

NSW PSSA Swimming Championships

Monday 6 - Tuesday 7 April 2020
Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre
Olympic Boulevarde, Sydney Olympic Park

School Sport Australia Swimming Championships

Wednesday 5 - Sunday 9 August 2020
Brisbane Aquatic Centre - Sleeman Sports Complex
Old Cleveland Road &, Tilley Rd Chandler QLD

 

MacKillop Offers opportunities in Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics for Student With Disabilities.

Students with disabilities compete in Multi-class events where each competitor is given a classification dependent on their disability and the impact on their ability to compete in the sport of swimming. One event may have several classifications competing so the results are based on a competitors times in relation to the World Record for their classification using MCPS. (More information on the scoring system >)

 

What Is The Purpose of the Classification ?

The purpose of a competitor classification is to minimise the impact of eligible impairment types on the outcome of the competition so that swimmers who succeed in competition are those with the best results in relation to their impairment. 

Classifications are grouped into 5 main impairments - Hearing, Intellectual, Vision, Physical and Transplant. There are various grades in each category depending on the severity of the impairment.

 

For more information on Students With Disabilities Classification and How to get classified 

 

All students wishing to participate in the Students With Disabilities pathway must either have a classification or seeking to be classified.

Students must nominate their intention to compete and include their classification details.  Students With Disabilities Competitor Nomination Form 

Multiclass events available at the MacKillop Swimming Championships on Wednesday 25 March 2020

 EVENT  AGE GROUPS
 100m Freestyle  Open (8,9,10,11,12,13 yrs Boys and Girls
 50m Freestyle, Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (11,12,13yrs) Boys and Girls
 50m Backstroke, 50m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly  Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (11,12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

 

Please note - Only 10-12 Year Olds are eligible for State Selection

13 Year olds cannot progress to State representation.

 

MacKillop Offers opportunities in Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics for Student With Disabilities.

Students with disabilities compete in Multi-class events where each competitor is given a classification dependent on their disability and the impact on their ability to compete in the sport of swimming. One event may have several classifications competing so the results are based on a competitors times in relation to the World Record for their classification using MCPS. (More information on the scoring system >)

What Is The Purpose of the Classification ?

The purpose of a competitor classification is to minimise the impact of eligible impairment types on the outcome of the competition so that swimmers who succeed in competition are those with the best results in relation to their impairment. 

Classifications are grouped into 5 main impairments - Hearing, Intellectual, Vision, Physical and Transplant. There are various grades in each category depending on the severity of the impairment.

For more information on Students With Disabilities Classification and How to get classified 

All students wishing to participate in the Students With Disabilities pathway must either have a classification or seeking to be classified.

Students must nominate their intention to compete and include their classification details.  Students With Disabilities Competitor Nomination Form

Multiclass events available at the MacKillop Swimming Championships on Wednesday 25 March 2020

 

100m Freestyle,

50m Freestyle,

50m Backstroke, 50m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly

Open (8,9,10,11,12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (11,12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

Junior (8,9,10 yrs), Senior (12,13yrs) Boys and Girls

 

Please note - Only 10-12 Year Olds are eligible for State Selection

13 Year olds cannot progress to State representation.

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