Masters Swimming WA annual reports are an overview of the progress for the year, including noteworthy achievements.
Download Masters Swimming WA's Meeting Minutes from AGM's, Board Meetings, and Council of Clubs.
View Masters Swimming WA's Policies including the Board Member Code of Conduct and the Conflict of Interest Policy.
View all of Masters Swimming Australia's policies regarding Governance and Risk Management.
Constitutions and By-Laws
MSWA have recently updated their Constitution to comply with the Associations Act 2014. Please see here for the current Masters Swimming WA Constitution, including Rules of Association, and the final list of By-Laws of the Association.
MSWA has several sub-committees including Finance and Audit, Coaching, Technical, Open Water, Pool competition and the Youth Advisory Committee which support the board and staff. All committees are made up of volunteers and MSWA members.
MSWA is a State Sports Association governed by a voluntary board of management comprising the President, Finance Director and up to 7 further directors and the Executive Officer. The board meets at least 6 times every calendar year.
The MSWA Strategic Plan 2019 - 2022 is a major step up for the organisation. WA currently has the largest Masters Swimming member base and we are excited to continue to promote the 'fitness, friendship and fun' benefits of swimming in a masters club.