MLC Aquatic Squad Structure

 

MLC Aquatic is a community based competitive swimming club that promotes the development of swimmers of either gender, at every stage, from Learn to Swim at MLC Swim School through to national level athletes.

 

The MLC Aquatic squad structure is designed to give swimmers the ability move up, across & into a squad that will meet their swimming needs based on age, swimming ability and commitment level.

 

Contact / Communication

It is important for the coach, swimmers and parents to be in constant communication about the squad and swimmers goals and swimmers progress.  If there are any concerns in regards to training & competition please speak to your coach.  For billing matters please contact Carol Osborn on +61 3 9274 6328 or osborncj@mlc.vic.edu.au.

Squad Fees 

For information about the squad billing rates, dates and procedures, please click here.

National Performance Squad

National Performance Squad swimmers are generally aged 15 years and older and train 8-9 sessions per week with 3 gym sessions & multiple dry land sessions per week. Swimmers are expected to make a full commitment to the training and competition schedule as set by the head coach. Swimmers in this group are aiming to final and medal at Australian Age Nationals, make semi-finals and finals at Open National Championships and gain selection on Australian Junior, Youth and Open Teams.


National Squad

National Squad swimmers are generally aged 13-17 years and train 7-8 sessions per week with 3 gym sessions & multiple dry land sessions per week. Swimmers are expected to make a full commitment to the training and competition schedule as set by the head coach. Swimmers in this group are aiming to qualify for and compete at the Australian Age National Championships and Victorian Open State Championship.

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State Squad

State Squad swimmers are generally aged 13 years and older and train 4-5 sessions per week with 2 gym sessions & multiple dry land sessions per week. Swimmers are expected to attend training and competitions as prescribed by the coach. Swimmers in this group swim at a state level. State squad will also be open to year 11 / 12 students who have previously competed at a state or national level but cannot commit to a full training load due to educational commitments. These swimmers will be required to do a minimum of 3 sessions per week, compete in some competitions.

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Senior State Squad

Senior State Squad swimmers are generally aged 14-17 years and train 1-4 sessions per week with 1 gym session & multiple dry land sessions per week. The squad is designed to cater for older state level swimmers who have a higher work load at school and cannot commit to the training requirements of State, National or Performance squads. Swimmers are expected to be members of MLC Aquatic and to compete where possible.

Development Squad

Development Squad swimmers are generally aged 10-12 years and train 4-6 sessions per week with 1 gym session and multiple dry land session per week. Swimmers show a high level of ability in competitive swimming and a strong desire to improve their training and competition performances heading towards state and national age qualifying times.

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MLC Aquatic Junior Squad

Junior Squad swimmers train 2-4 sessions per week and multiple dry land sessions. Swimmers are generally aged 7-10 years. This squad provides an introduction to training for competition to junior level competitions and novice meets. Swimmers are expected to join the MLC Aquatic Swimming Club and to compete in district and club level competitions.

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MLC Aquatic District Squad

District Squad swimmers have the ability to train 1-3 sessions per week. Swimmers are generally aged 11 years & older. There are no obligations to compete or to join the MLC Aquatic Swimming Club but swimmers are encouraged to do so.

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Events

2019 Term One Club Night
Term One club night Friday 29th of March, Program Details coming soon.
2019 Club Championships
MLC AQUATIC 2019 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS   SATURDAY 18 MAY    MO...
2019 Short Course Meet
ANNUAL MLC AQUATIC SHORT COURSE MEET   SATURDAY 17 AUGUST 2019  ...