1. Treat all members of the club with due respect including:
2. Treat all competitors and representatives from competing clubs with due respect.
3. The use of inappropriate or abusive language, bullying, harassment, discrimination or
physical violence will not be tolerated and could result in action being taken through the club
disciplinary or child welfare policy.
1. Arrive in good time to stretch, 15 - 20 minutes before start time.
2. Have all your equipment with you, i.e. paddles; kick boards, hats, goggles etc.
3. Use the lavatory before training begins and always inform the coach if you need to
leave the pool during training.
4. Listen to what your coach is telling you and be respectful at all times.
5. Always swim to the wall as you do in a race, and practice turns as instructed.
6. Do not stop and stand in the lane, you may get injured.
7. Do not pull on the ropes as this may injure other swimmers.
8. Do not skip lengths or sets you are only cheating yourself.
9. Think about what you are doing during training.
1. You must swim events and galas that the Chief Coach has entered / selected you for
unless by prior agreement with the relevant club official.
2. At Open Meets check when you should post your cards and be sure to post them
3. Warm-up before the event. Prepare yourself for the race.
4. Warm up properly by swimming, not playing, stopping in the lane. Turning practice
should have taken place during your normal training sessions.
5. Be part of the team. Stay with the team on poolside. If you leave for any reason you
must tell the Coach and Team Manager where you are going.
6. Listen for your race to be announced. Go to the marshalling area in time and report in.
Take your hat and goggles with you.
7. Support your team mates. Everyone likes to be supported.
8. You must wear club uniform and hats when representing the club.
9. Swim down after the race, if possible. Do not use this time to play.
10. After your race report to the coach, not your parents. Receive feeback on your race and