Race Clinic

Race Skills Clinics are exclusively for squad swimmers and will focus on developing and perfecting race skills of each stroke – Freestyle, Backstroke, Butterfly and Breaststroke.

Race Clinics are a great way for squad swimmers to focus on the skills required to put together a strong race in their chosen stroke (swimmers don’t often get as much race practice or emphasis in a general squad session).

In each race clinic, students will learn, develop and advance their abilities in swim competitions and school carnivals by focusing on the following of their chosen stroke:
- Race starts – focusing on improved dives & starts, streamlines, underwater work and breakouts;
- Race finishes – working on glides, fast and appropriate finishes relevant to each stroke;
- Race turns – specific skills in performing an effective turn; focusing on timing, efficiency and speed, as well as breaking out into the appropriate stroke for the best possible race performance.

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Client Review:
Thoroughly enjoyed. Because it is focused on honing race skills, it was the first time I’ve seen Max actually push himself to get an outcome. He tried at everything attempted. He was so happy, that he is looking forward to next week and doesn’t mind that he has 2 lessons on same day. All in all, he wasn’t just swimming he was trying harder to do everything.”
- Peter Moore

Term Dates 2019-2020:

Term 1 Monday 14 October – Saturday  21 December 2019 (10 weeks)

Term 2 Monday 30 December 2019 – Saturday 25 January 2020 (4 weeks) 

Term 3 Monday 27 January – Saturday 11 April 2020 (11 weeks)

Term 4 Monday 27 April – Saturday 30 May 2020 (5 weeks)


$45.00 per clinic.


Bookings essential. Maximum 5 students per clinic to ensure personalised tuition. Students can select any clinic of their choice (or all of them!)

Equipment: Swimming cap, effective goggles, flippers and wetsuit.

Additional Details: These clinics will include land tuition, demonstrations, and practice both in and out of the water. Students should come away with a better understanding of what components are required to put together a good race, improved skills and confidence for performing their next race.