Open Water Swim Training
Sydney is the home of ocean swimming with so many fantastic beaches around the city. Australia is one of the most popular destinations in the world for open water swimming!
Ocean Swims with Sydney Swimmers
Sydney Swimmers run periodic ocean swims for our members to implement their training, and develop enough confidence to compete. Whether to perfect your performance, or for those who just enjoy swimming in the ocean with a group, Sydney Swimmers caters for all. Sports have always pushed the limits of the human body. Ever since they were introduced, we have pushed to reach greater heights, run faster, jump higher. Endurance sports push this even further, combining sports already designed to push the body, and making it go even further. These events test the mettle of even the most hardened athletes, and are regarded as some of the toughest events to complete.
Beginner to Intermediate Open Water Training
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 200+ metres continuously and have no fear of deep water.
Advanced Open Water Training
For experienced open water swimmers this course will work on developing your open water swimming techniques, improving your stroke to build efficiency and distance. The program will cover drills for stroke improvement, improving event techniques such as ins and outs, as well as porpoising and include a distant swim of 500m – 1km building over the weeks to 2+km. These sessions are held at Balmoral Beach on Saturdays. Please check the below schedule to find a class for you.
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 500+ metres continuously and have some experience in open water.
Meet Your Coach
What to Bring
Along with your goggles, a swim cap, a bottle of water and a couple of towels, you may like to bring another swim cap to wear underneath your cap to help to keep your head warm! Feel free to wear a wetsuit if you’d be more comfortable. Please note hot showers will be available after the session at Bathers Pavilion.
There is nothing better to warm you after a swim in the ocean than a hot drink, either bring a thermos or purchase one at the local cafes nearby!