'Up in the Eyre' Two Day Swimming Carnival at the ryan mitchel swim centre in Port Augusta.
The West Coast Swimming Club in conjunction with the Port Augusta Swimming Club will host a two day, Long Course (50m) swimming carnival on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of November 2018 at the Ryan Mitchell Swim Centre, Port Augusta.
West Coast Swimming Club are responsible for managing the program of events on Saturday, whilst Port Augusta Swimming Club take over the reigns on Sunday!
'Up in the Eyre' attracts plenty of interest from swimmers right across regional and metropolitan SA, as well as from interstate clubs such as Alice Springs. Through the generous support of many other Eyre Peninsula sponsors; ribbons, medals and trophies are awarded to swimmers recording top three times according to stroke and distance. An exciting addition to the 2018 program is the introduction of a 'Dash for Cash' event to to finish off the day's racing. This is an invitation only event (top 5 male and female times following the conclusion of the 50m freestyle heats). Knockout skins format. Total prize money is listed at $350!
DATE : 'Up in the Eyre Day 1' - Saturday 24th of November 2018
LOCATION : Port Augusta Pool, Ryan Mitchell Swim Centre.
START TIME : Gates open at 9.30am
WARM UP: 10am
FIRST RACE : 11am (Long Course 50m Pool)
The links below will take you back to the Swimming SA Event page. From here click on MYLANE, log in and finalise your entries from here.
CLOSING DATE DAY 1 : Entries close on Sunday 18th November 11.30pm
CLOSING DATE DAY 2 : Entries close on Sunday 12th of November
Following the conclusion of entries the event psych sheet, timeline and visiting club timekeeping rosters will be available.
2018 Carnival Race Sponsors - Day 1 'up in the eyre'
The West Coast Swimming Club would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generous race sponsorships. We are certainly grateful to the wider community for their support, enabling us to offer this important opportunity for swimmers to chart their progress against their own personal best achievements.