King’s Swim Club


What

The King’s Swim Club is a competitive swim club which recently opened in 2009. It is run in conjunction with the King’s Swim School.

Who

The Swim Club is predominantly a technique based club. Members are selected from the King’s Swim School and they also welcome talented swimmers from outside the Swim School. An assessment of swimmers will determine an appropriate squad.

When

Sessions are held Monday through to Saturday with both early morning and afternoon sessions. Club night is held once a month on a Friday evening

Where

King’s School, 258 Remuera Road, Remuera. Access to the Aquadome can also be made via Gate 5 on Portland Road.

Contact

http://www.kings.school.nz/as_swimschool.cfm  or phone the Swim School on 520-3545

Parnell Swimming Club


What

This is the second oldest swimming club in NZ and has been in existence for nearly 100 years. Originally this swimming club used the Parnell Baths in Tamaki Drive, but they are now based at the Sacred Heart College Aquatic Centre. This club has produced many of New Zealand’s top performing swimmers right through the age groups.

Who

Juniors just beginning competitive swimming as well as seniors competing at national levels. They also coach athletes involved in triathlons, surf life saving, water polo and other water sports.

When

After school week days and on weekends – times will depend on the training squad your child is in.

Where

Sacred Heart College, Gate 4, 250 West Tamaki Road, Glendowie

Contact

www.swimparnell.co.nz or email head coach Charlie Root on parnellcoach@hotmail.com (mobile ph – 021 050 9658)

United Swimming Club


What

In June 2008 Metro Swim Club (Metro) and Total Aquatic Sport (TAS) amalgamated to form United Swimming Club, which is affiliated to the Auckland Swimming Association (ASA). United provides a broad spectrum of swimming training services from novice, fitness and recreational swimmers through to competitive swimmers, led by professional head coach Jon Winter. The United Swimming Club also runs a Learn to Swim programme which is held at St Kentigern School over the summer months and year round at St Cuthbert’s College.

Who

They currently have 85 members ranging in age from 6 years old to adults

When

Times vary depending on the squad your child is swimming in.

Where

Squads train at the Newmarket Olympic Pools, Mt Albert Aquatic Centre (MAAC) and at St Cuthbert’s College in Epsom.

Contact

www.unitedswimmingclub.co.nz