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COVID-19 Announcement

In compliance with COVID-19 recommendations, ALL swim training is suspended until the threat is over.

In light of recent government advice, ALL Tuggeranong Masters swim sessions are suspended (including training and endurance sessions) until further notice.

Post COVID-19, returning to swimming notifications will be posted on this website, on our Facebook group and through our club member email list.

On behalf of the Committee and the Coaching Team, we hope that none of our members, friends and family are impacted by the COVID-19 virus, are not impacted employment wise, the stock market recovers and that the world returns to normality ASAP so that we can get back swimming.


Tuggeranong BPS Meet – 28 March 2019 CANCELLED

Important Message from the Committee and Club President

With careful consideration regarding COVID-19 and following advice from Masters Swimming NSW in their message cancelling the 2020 National Championships due to be held in Sydney in April, the Tuggeranong BPS Meet scheduled for 28 March 2020 has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

“The National Board strongly recommends that Branches and Clubs also suspend or defer all their sanctioned competitions until at least 31 May, due to COVID-19 concerns and the impact that it may have on our swimmers and those around them”.

The committee wishes to thank the organisers, officials and volunteers for all of their hard work in organising this event to date.

Entry fees will be refunded to competitors in due course. 

Merrylands BPS Meet – 22 February 2020

Report by Donna Campbell

Six Tuggeranong members headed up the highway to Sydney to attend the Merrylands BPS Meet held on 22 February 2020.   Attendees were Kylie L, Donna C, Leisa C, Donna S, and new members Liz D and Ian McG.  With events options only being 50m swims, it was a very short but sweet meet. The Vikings arrived in overcast conditions with occasional light leaks from the sky but nothing could dampen their spirits.

With all six swimmers completing their maximum three swims each, there was not much time for socialising, but everyone still managed to watch and cheer each other on, either from marshalling or the cool down lane. For the first time at this meet, Vikings had a female relay team, and being the only ones in the 160+ age group, of course coming away with max points.

Everyone enjoyed the day, happy with their swims and points gained; even if some were overly affectionate and had personal magnetic forces connecting them to the lane ropes in one particular event!   The day ended well with the sun shining, sausage sangers being consumed and merchandise being bought.