Swimmers

Swimmers

Swimmers are the heart of our community.

Swimming Northern Territory provides support for our swimmers in a variety of ways including; development pathways, camps and support with national and international events.

  • Development Pathways
  • CDU Academy Squad 

    The CDU Academy Squad provides NTs High Preforming Athletes access to world class Strength & Conditioning training which directly compelments there club Swimming Program. 

    The squad is reviewed regularly at major meets. 

    Contact Thomas Noblett (Pathways Manager) for more information.

  • 2020 Clinics & Camps
  • Athlete Development:

     

    20th & 21st April 2021

    Invite ONLY sessions with guest coach.

     

    For more information please contact Thomas Noblett (Swimming NT Pathways Manager) via thomas.noblett@nt.swimming.org.au or on 0439 028 403.

     

  • Beyond the Black Line
  • Beyond the Black Line is an online resource developed by Swimming Australia.

    BTBL focuses on sharing the life experiences of our elite swimmers as they grew up in the sport, with our young swimmers who are facing the physical and emotional highs and lows of growing up. At the heart of this, are online videos and face to face workshops featuring past and present Australian Dolphins.

    It’s all about openly talking things through and creating the right sport and life balance. So we can all continue to be the best we can be – both in and out of the pool.

    Beyond the Black Line

  • 2021 NT State Team Selection Criteria
  • Informtion can be found 

    https://nt.swimming.org.au/news-articles/2021-state-teams-selection-criteria

     

     

Junior Excellence Program

  • Junior Excellence
  • Junior Excellence

    The Junior Excellence Program was established in 2007 to recognise, reward and incentivise junior swimmers who are on a key part of their swimming journey, learning and refining as they develop into senior swimmers. Each year Swimming Australia releases the JX criteria and standards for the forthcoming season which swimmers, parents and coaches can use to as targets throughout the year.
     
    Swimmers aged from 9 to 13 years, who accomplish times set by Swimming Australia, qualify at gold, silver, bronze or blue standard, depending on their best performance/s during the season.

     

  • NT JX Clinics 2021
  • Announcing the Northern Territory JX Clinic for 2021 featuring Emily Seebohm!

     

    So far in her illustrious career, Seebohm has accumulated 53 medals on the global stage. Debuting for the Australian team in 2007 at the World Championships in Melbourne, the Adelaide-born athlete picked up her first gold medal in the Women’s 4x100m Medley Relay. She claimed back-to-back world titles in the Women’s 200m Backstroke in 2015 and 2017 and also added gold to her tally in the Women’s 100m Backstroke in 2015. Most recently she won gold and set a new Games Record with the Women’s 4x100m Medley team at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

     

    Swimming NT would like to invite all NT swimmers aged 9-14 to attend the FREE JX Clinic featuring Emily Seebohm.

     

    At the JX Clinic swimmers will have the opportunity to swim with our Olympic athlete and practice swim skills supported by NT Coaches.

     

    When: Saturday 24th April 2021, 8am till 10am

    Where: Parap Pool, Darwin

    Registrations: https://form.jotform.com/210893700125853

     

    See you all there!