Junior High Performance
The Junior High Performance Squad is the transition group for Junior swimmers looking to compete at Senior State or National Level.
This is where the young swimmers learn to develop the training habits required to succeed as a competitive swimmer. Emphasis is primarily placed on stroke technique, while new training aims are introduced and previously learned skills are enhanced.
Swimmers in this group train between 4 to 6 sessions per week, including dry land training, all year round. Swimmers will have specific seasonal training plans based on their competitive goals and event specialities. Swimmers in this group are typically aged between 8-14 years old.
Senior High Performance
The Senior High Performance Squad is the advanced training program, which is seen as the final stepping-stone in the development of swimmers to compete with distinction at a senior level.
Swimmers within this program are expected to show the highest level of commitment and ability to train and perform at a consistently high level.
This squad train between 6 to 10 sessions per week, including dry land training, all year round. Swimmers in this group have access to a fully equipped gym. The age in this group is typically 12 years and above.