Polite reminders to swimmers

  1. Arrive in good time to complete your dynamic warm up.
  2. Have all your equipment with you, i.e. paddles; kick boards, hats, goggles etc. 
  3. Use the lavatory before training begins and always inform the coach if you need to leave the pool during training
  4. Listen to what your coach is telling you.
  5. Always swim to the wall as you do in a race, and practice turns as instructed.
  6. Do not stop and stand in the lane, you may get injured.
  7. Do not pull on the ropes as this may injure other swimmers.
  8. Do not skip lengths or sets you are only cheating yourself. 
  9. Think about what you are doing during training.
Swim Wear
It is advisable that no two piece swimming costumes are worn or any Leisure shorts.
Swimming Hats
We recommend that Swimming hats are to be worn at all times, but must also be worn for all galas etc.
Equipment
Development Squad: All equipment will be provided, but any swimmers in Lanes 3,4 & 5 that may wish to bring there own can do so.
C Squad: Kickboards, Fins & Pull Buoys are required for every session. Swimmers are advised to bring their own.
B Squad: Kickboards, Fins & Pull Buoys are required for every session. Swimmers are advised to bring their own.
A Squad: Kickboards, Fins, Pull Buoys, Hand Paddles are required for every session. Swimmers are advised to bring their own.
When you shouldn't Swim
Chickenpox - Exclude until blisters have dried.
Conjunctivitis - Exclude until the discharge has stopped.
Diarrhoea - Exclude until no loose motions for previous 24 hours
Head Lice - No exclusions as long as treated when made aware.
Hepatitis A - Exclude until Med certificate of recovery received and Jaundice gone.
Hepatitis B - No exclusion
Impetigo - Exclude until antibiotics commenced. Water Proof dressing must cover sores.
Measles - Exclude for 4 days after onset of rash
Meningococcal - Exclude until antibiotics treatment complete
Mumps - Exclude for 9 days after onset of swelling
Ringworm/Tinea - Exclude until day after anti fungal treatment commenced. Ringworm must be covered by waterproof dressing.
Rota-virus - Exclude until no loose motions for previous 24 hours
Rubella - Exclude until fully recovered
Scabies - Exclude until day after treatment commenced
Tuberculosis (TB) - Exclude until medical certificate of recovery received
Whooping Cough - Exclude until 5 days after starting antibiotics OR 21 days since onset of the cough
* Please note these are just guidelines. Please use common sense when returning to Swimming after illness or injury.      

Dynamic Warm Ups

It is important to warm up properly before exercising to prevent injury and make your sessions more effective. If swimmers could arrive a few minutes early to complete their dynamic warm up