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Hints and Tips

Training Guidelines and Lane Etiquette

If you're new to training in a squad, you may not know how squads work or what the lane etiquette is. Or maybe you've just never been told. Well, here are some guidelines that should help you.

We encourage all our swimmers to follow these guidelines so that we all:

  • Have fun
  • Avoid injury
  • Don't annoy other swimmers (or the coach)
  • Get the most benefit from the sessions

Some of these are just common sense, and some are also applicable to all lap swimming.

Swim on the left side of the lane
Leave 5 seconds apart
Keep the wall clear
Organise your lane by speed
Don't push off in front of turning swimmers
Let faster swimmers overtake
Focus
Bring your own equipment
Arrive early
Tell the coach about any injuries or health issues
Don't talk while the coach is talking

Hints & Tips for Open Water Swimming events

If you're new to open water swimming ("OWS") or OWS events, you probably have loads of questions and may be feeling quite stressed by the whole thing.

Don't worry, we've got decades of collected experience that we'd love to share so that you can enjoy OWS events as much as we do.

Equipment you might want
Selecting which event to enter
Entering the event
What to take to the beach
At the beach before the swim
At the start
The race
After the race

Hints & Tips for Masters Swimming competitions

(these are currently being written)