The Sydney Uni Swimming Club (SUSC) is one of the best and most successful clubs in Australia. In October 2009 the Sydney Uni Swimming Club received the highest honour available under the “Go Club” system being names Australian Swimming ‘Club of the Year’. SUSC has had many Australian swimmers compete for the club: Sarah Hilt, Elka Graham, Brett Hawke, Chris Fydler, Michelle Engelsman, Matt Dunn, Scott Miller and Phil Rogers.
SUSC encourages all members to enjoy swimming as a sport and to enjoy being part of a successful and happy team of dedicated athletes. SUSC caters for all ages starting from five years and up competing at Club, Area State and National level.
The aim of the Open program, is to give athletes the chance to continue their sporting pursuits while getting an education and to provide the right balance in life, now and for the future. SUSC is run by a Management Committee which is elected at the Annual General meeting in September of each year. SUSC has been awarded Gold ‘Go Club’ status from Australian Swimming for club administration for the last two years.
Membership & Club Activities
Membership is open to swimmers from 5 years of age.
Season fees are:
• $114 for swimmers
• $40.50 for non-swimmers (parents/guardians)
Discounts for additional family members.
Membership covers the swimming year from the 1st October to 30th September. Each member is issued with a NSW Swimming card and registration number which is to be quoted on all carnival entries. SUSC is affiliated with Metro South East Sydney Area and SUSC membership includes registration with Swimming NSW and by affiliation, Swimming Australia.
Membership enables the swimmer to compete in District/Area and Swimming NSW approved events/competitions, in addition to SUSC run activities.
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