ACT Swimming Records

17 October 2016


ACT Long course records are as at 16 October 2016.

All Short Course records are as at 13 July 2016.

All queries pertaining to the content and accuracy of these records pages should be directed to Registrar (registrar@swimmingact.com.au), Swimming ACT.


Records Last updated Meet
ACT Allcomers - Short course - Women    as at 13 July 2016   2016 Ginninderra
ACT Allcomers - Short course - men as at 13 July 2016   2015 State Teams
Residents - Short course - Girls    as at 13 July 2016     2016 Country SC
Residents - Short course - Boys as at 13 July 2016      2016 Ginninderra
Allcomers - Long course - Women    as at 16 October 2016    2016 Burley Griffin Meet
Allcomers - Long course - Men as at 16 October 2016     2016 Burley Griffin Meet
Residents - Long course - Women as at 16 October 2016     2016 Burley Griffin Meet
Residents - Long course - Men as at 16 October 2016     2016 Burley Griffin Meet


Swimming ACT has two series of records: ACT Allcomers and ACT Residents. Both record types come as short course (swum in a course of 25 metres) and long course (swum in a course of at least 50 metres).

An ACT Allcomers record is a record set by a swimmer competing at a meet held within the recognised boundaries of Swimming ACT (the ACT, Queanbeyan, Goulburn and Crookwell) which is conducted under the control of Swimming ACT or one of its governing bodies: NSW Swimming, Swimming Australia or FINA.

An ACT Resident record is a record set by a swimmer who is a member of an Swimming ACT affiliated body at a meet under the control of a body coming under the jurisdiction of FINA at which the rules of the governing body have reasonably been applied.

The short course records are being revamped. The first revised version of the ACT Short Course Records was posted on June 14, 2004. Unfortunately it has not been possible to check all possible meets so there may be a number of records missed. If you come across an error or ommission please pass this information on to the Registrar. Anyone who can assist with results they feel are potential short course records should contact the Registrar.

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