"This is the best depth of talent we've seen at a NSW Open Championships in five years"
Tokyo Olympic golden girls Ariarne Titumus, Kaylee McKeown and Emma McKeon and Rio golden boys Kyle Chalmers and Mack Horton will headline the strongest array of talent seen in five years at this week's three-day 2023 NSW State Open Swimming Championships at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre (SOPAC) - starting Friday.
The heats and finals format will be swum over three days (March 10-12) with 21 Tokyo Olympians, 14 Paralympians and a total of 47 members of last year's victorious Birmingham Commonwealth Games swim team arriving in to Sydney Olympic Park.
It will be another major hit out in the countdown to the World Championship Trials in Melbourne from June 13-18 and the Australian Age and Open Championships in April on the Gold Coast. Read more about the star-studded line-up and some of the "Mighty Blues" to keep an eye out for.
Here's everything you need to know!
Event dates: 10-12 March 2023
Venue: Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Olympic Blvd, Sydney Olympic Park
- Heats commence at 9.00 am
- Finals commence at 6.00 pm (Fri/Sat) and 5.30 pm (Sun)
- Refer to the program for all other session times
All meet information, including the Start List and Timeline, can be found on the event info page.
Spectators need to purchase tickets online before attempting to enter the venue.
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If you have any questions about this event, get in touch with:
Greta Brodie, Event Manager
0419 463 651