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For swimmers who wish to join the Lane Leader Swimming Club, please complete the steps below:

Step 1:


for an assessment if you unsure of program or group
allocation (step 2 or 3).  After the assessment / screening the coaching team will make a recommendation to join a program or competitive squad.

Step 2:

Complete the PROGRAM enrolment via the link that is provided by scrolling down

Step 3:

Complete and submit a Lane Leader Swimming Club Google MEMBERSHIP form for those in competitive Junior, Youth and Senior squads.


These programs can be repeated a few times before the swimmer is ready to move on.
Individual Instruction will be available by appointment via a separate booking and payment system.


- learn to swim basic strokes

Children who are water safe and are comfortable in a deep pool where they cannot stand start to learn two of the basic strokes.  Swimmers must be willing to put their faces in the water.


- learn the 4 strokes
Children learn the 4 competitive strokes to the point where they can swim 25m of each with reasonable proficiency. When the swimmer can master all 4 strokes, they can come for a screening to move up to the Super-Intermediate phase. Screening is done in the first week of each school term. 2 sessions per week in the main summer season.


- learn to train
This is the group where swimmers who can already swim 25m of each stroke refine technique and learn the skills to swim within a training squad and as well as the basic FINA rules and competition skills.  SI is divided into 3 groups.  SI 1 – initial Learn to train exposure, SI 2 Advanced learned to train and first exposure to Junior group.  SI 3 – Slightly older swimmers from 11 years up. 2-4 sessions per week in main summer season.


- train to train
This is where swimmers start swimming multiple lengths in a training squad while possessing the ability to maintain technique and skills.  They are further exposed to training and competition skills. The Junior are also challenged physically through more interval training. They will learn goal setting and be challenged to commit to the goals they set. Through this process the athlete starts to take ownership of their swimming. The Junior group is designed to prepare athletes who wish to explore the opportunities to advance into the Youth and Senior level. This is the first level where a commitment to the sport is important for continued success. There are 4 sessions per week for these swimmers.


- train to compete
Swimmers must be a minimum of 12 years who actively participate in club swimming competitions.  Emphasis is placed on both stroke technique and training. This program allows swimmers to participate in other sports besides their summer focus sport of swimming.

Individual Instruction will be available by appointment via a separate booking and payment system.

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