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Qualifying Times

Qualifying times for the Tasmanian Long and Short Course Championships can be accessed below. These times will be periodically revised and updated by the Tasmanian Selection Committee.


Long Course Qualifying Times

2017 Open and Age Championships QTs

2017 Sprint Championships QTs


Short Course Qualifying Times

2017 SC State Championships QTs

2017 SC Championships MC QTs


Swimming Tasmania put on a number of competitions across the State throughout the Winter and Summer seasons at local, regional and State level. We also maintain the results and records and with the generous time of our officials and the rules and procedures in place ensure the smooth running of each and every competition.

Further information is available from the drop-down menu or via the links below.

Tasmanian Records


Record recognition request form

To have a record recognised please complete the request form available here and submit it to Maddi Palser at maddi.palser@swimming.org.au for approval.


State Records

Tasmanian State Records
Male Long Course Short Course
Female Long Course Short Course
 Relays Long Course Short Course



All-Comers Records

Tasmanian All-Comers Records
Male Long Course Short Course
Female Long Course Short Course
Relays Long Course Short Course

Rules, Forms & Trophies


Competition rules and pool deck policies



STAS Trophies List October 2016 - September 2017


The Application of the 'Junior Rule'

The 'Junior Rule' is applied at all Time Trials and club meets for swimmers aged 10 years and under. At State Meets and Junior Medal meets the 'Junior Rule' is not applied where there are 11U events and General Rules apply.

The 'Junior Rule' is used to encourage rather than discourage junior or new swimmers to competition.

Generally when applying the rule, Officials have a sheet that they use to identify the infraction/s that a swimmer has committed and these are handed to the Referee at the end of each Heat/Event (when possible). In turn these are passed on to the control room to be collected by Team Leaders and/or Coaches at the end of each meet.  Coaches are then aware of the areas that the swimmer needs to work on for further events. It is also up to the discretion of the Referee. The Referee may, for example, disqualify a swimmer who swims as 10U in Time Trials where he or she has attended previous meets and competed in the 11U Championships and has gained the experience and knowledge to know the rules.  

The Referree has the same discretion at Time Trials in relation to any new swimmer who is over the age of 10.

If a swimmer has received a Junior Rule Infraction Report the time for that event will be recorded as a ‘exhibition’ swim and cannot be used as a legitimate time for Championships or SAL’s JX program.  

Rules, Policies and Forms

Information on rules relating to Swimming Tasmania meets and Club and Inter-Club meets are contained in the Administration Manual.

No Late Entries Policy & Statement

Swim Meet Rules

Manual Entry Form (Word Document)

Manual Entry Form (PDF)

Terms and conditions of entry to swim meets

Protest process and forms

Club swim meet approval information and application form

JLT Insurance Check List

Swimming Tasmania record request form

Swimming Tasmania Relay Sheet


Team Leader event responsibilities

Swimming Australia Anti-Doping Policy

Split Forms 

Race Entry Forms 

Swimming Tasmania Results

Swimming Tasmania results files in PDF and Team Manager format


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Competitions Calendar

Swimming Tasmania offers competitions around the State with a number of local time trials, Regional Championships and events, and State Championships throughout the Winter (May to September) and Summer (October to April) seasons.


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Calendar Archive

An archive of historical Swimming Tasmania competitions.


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Results for each competition are available in that competition's entry on the Competitions Calendar. The national results database maintains results from all Swimming Tasmania, interstate and national competitions.


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