Fiji Swimming is excited to announce that the Short Course season is going to officially begin with our first meet in a few days. 2019’s Short Course Grand Prix 1 is going to be held at the Nadi Sport’s Club on Saturday August 10th. Clubs from across the country will be reuniting to compete after our last competition on May 10th – 12th, the Long Course Age Group Nationals in Suva. We are excited to enter this new season as we also celebrate the success from Samoa as a community, with all member clubs represented, including:

  1. Babale Swim Club
  2. Barracuda Swim Club
  3. Dolphins Swim Club
  4. Finis Race Club
  5. Great White Sharks
  6. Mako Swim Club
  7. Marlin Bluez Swim Club
  8. Orca Swim Club
  9. Seals Swim Club
  10. Tritons Swim Club
Swimmers at the competition venue, Nadi Sports Club, taking their mark at the start of the 50m Backstroke at the 2018 Short Course Grand Prix,

After the very successful performances at the 2019 Pacific Games in Apia, and an unparalleled tour to the historical 2019 FINA Worlds Long Course (LC) Championships in Gwangju, Korea, the Federation is excited go back to the drawing board, starting with this Grand Prix 1 in Nadi.

One of the positives from entering  into these competitions on regional and world platforms, is the insight it provides to the standards and benchmarks. It enables us to now measure ourselves on that scale.  Following these big events, where Fiji was proudly represented, clubs, coaches and swimmers are re-visiting training plans and goals and modifying where needed, to develop our athletes to reach their full potential.

Fiji Swimming has a strong focus to develop our elite athletes. However, there is also a resilient team driving a development plan to see that our young ones are provided the support and opportunities to learn the fundamentals and skills and become prepared for the elite athlete development pathway when they come of age.

Swimmers on the medal podium at the 2018 Short Course Age Group Nationals.

Please refer to the competition document below for more details.

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