NSW Metropolitan Championships

The 2006 NSW Metropolitan Championships will be held at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre on Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March, 2006.

Our club will be represented by 5 swimmers at the meet, competing in 9 individual events with this year's team featuring a mixture of new and experienced swimmers.
Anthony Ventra will compete at his first Metropolitan Championships after qualifying at the Cumberland Championships earlier this month. David Wang returns to our Metropolitan team having missed last year's short course season due to injury and Peter Johnston also returns to the long course team having last competed at the long course championships in 2003.
Todd Jenkin, competing in his third long course championships will contest 3 events at the meet while Brittany Johnson, competing in only her second long course championships will be our only female representative.

Our team will be competing in the following events over the two day meet:

Anthony Ventra
12yrs 100m Breaststroke (Day 2 - Session 4 - 1:33pm)
David Wang
12yrs 100m Breaststroke (Day 2 - Session 4 - 1:33pm)
Todd Jenkin
17yrs & Over 100m Breaststroke (Day 1 - Session 1 - 11:44am)
Open 100m Breaststroke (Day 2 - Session 3 - 10:38am)
Open 50m Breaststroke (Day 2 - Session 4 - 1:00pm)
Peter Johnston
17yrs & Over 100m Breaststroke (Day 1 - Session 1 - 11:44am)
Brittany Johnson
16yrs 100m Butterfly (Day 1 - Session 1 - 11:41pm)
16yrs 100m Breaststroke (Day 1 - Session 2 - 3:29pm)
16yrs 100m Freestyle (Day 2 - Session 3 - 11:30am)

Times should be used as a guide only.

Congratulations to the 5 swimmers for qualifying and good luck at the meet.

You can follow the team's progress over the weekend at http://www.nswswimming.com.au/.

See Also
  • 2006 NSW Metropolitan Championships - Program of Events
  • 2006 NSW Metropolitan Championships - Qualifying Times
  • State, Metropolitan and Country Championship Procedures

  • Competitor Information

  • Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre Parking Arrangements
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