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State Masters Championships
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State Masters Championship

An annual State Championship meet usually held in Perth (HBF Stadium) although may be held at a country location every few years.  There are no qualifying times for these meets.


National Masters Championships

The National Championships is the premier event on the Masters Swimming Australia calendar. The 2020 MSA National Championships will be held in Sydney from 15-18 April at Sydney Olympic Park and the Open Water Swim on Saturday 19 April at Lake Parramatta. Entries open in September.

For more information, please visit the Masters Swimming NSW website.


FINA World Masters Championships

The 18th FINA World Masters will be held in Gwangju Municipal City, South Korea.  There are individual events in 5 year age groups starting with 25-29 and relay team events starting with accumulated ages 100-119, 120-159 and then 40 year increments. For further information, please see the Tour Brochure and the Booking Form and Itinerary Planner.

The FINA World Masters Championships are held every two years and rotated through different countries and cities. The “Worlds” have been held twice in Australia to date – in Brisbane in 1988 and Perth in 2008.


Australian and World Masters Games

Anyone who meets entry criteria can enter these meets and do so individually.  They do not need to belong to a Masters Club however relay entries are coordinated by their Club.


Postal Swims

If you live in a remote area or have other commitments on weekends, postal swims are ideal for you. You can swim in your local pool and enter your times in competitions by post or email.

These times may be recorded at your club or at other events of the organisation. These are held in WA, interstate and overseas.

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Unsanctioned Swim Meets

Clubs may, from time to time, conduct swim meets that do not meet the full requirements for a MSWA sanction. These requirements relate to such things as the events offered, age of competitors, the qualification or number of technical officials, pool conditions, etc.

More information about all the swim meets and events on offer can be found in our Events Calendar, which is categorised by the type of event.