Swimming NSW Short Course Records
Swimming NSW Long Course Records
Mens (as at 5/09/22)
Womens (as at 5/09/22)
Mixed Relays (as at 30/11/20)
Mens (as at 14/05/23)
Womens (as at 14/05/23)
Mixed Relays (as at 31/05/22)
Able-Bodied Records Fine Print
- Swimming NSW are constantly updating all records, this includes: NSW, NSW All Comers, Metropolitan & Country Records.
- For all NSW hosted events, able-bodied records will be automatically recognised. No form is required. For records broken at any other event i.e. Area Championships, School Carnivals etc. a record application form must be submitted within 14 days of the completion of the event.
- There is one record for each of the following age groups for each stroke and distance. The age groups are 10 & under, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Years and Open.
- This means for swimmers that regardless of the event age group they are swimming in, they are able to break their own age group record as well as the Open record.
Multi-Class Short Course Records
Multi-Class Long Course Records
Mens (as at 16/08/2023)
Womens (as at 16/08/2023)
Mens (as at 16/08/2023)
Womens (as at 16/08/2023))
Multi-Class Records Fine Print
- S18 & S19 Classification can now be recognised for New South Wales Multi-Class Records.
- For Multi-Class Records the age groups are 13 & Under, 14, 15, 16, 17 and Open.
- All Multi-Class Records, achieved at any meet, must be applied for via the Multi-Class record application form.
If you have an enquiry regarding a particular record please contact the Swimming NSW office on (02) 9763 5833 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
Record Definitions & Forms
- Record Definitions
- Swimming NSW Record Application Form - including Age and Open records
- Swimming NSW Multi Class Record Application Form
- Australian Record Application Form - including Age and Open
- Australian Multi Class Record Application Form
- Record Certificates
|NSW||NSW Record, can be broken by only by a Swimming NSW registered swimmer, swum anywhere in the world|
|NSW All Comers||A NSW All Comers Record, can be broken by any Swimming Australia registered swimmer- this record must be broken at a meet within NSW.|
|Metropolitan||A Metropolitan record, must be broken at a NSW Metropolitan Championships by a member registered with a NSW Metropolitan club.|
|Country||A Country record, must be broken at a NSW Country Championships by a member registered with a NSW Country club.|
The following record application forms can be found on our Resources & Forms page:
Applicable to all levels of meets where a state record is believed to have been broken (i.e. club, area, state, national and school meets), these will be verified at earliest convenience, however certificates will only be distributed at the end of a Summer or Winter season.