Join GS Aquatics

Looking for Swim Meets? We can help you find them!

Entering to compete for GS Aquatics in a Swim Meet is a relatively simple process thanks to the SWIM CENTRAL online entry system. Keep an eye on your email for suggested events from GS Aquatics or you can check the Wide Bay meet calendar online via the links provided below. GSA Club Members will be notified via email of upcoming events within the Wide Bay region.

Meets have been planned within the Swimming Qld guidelines and must be compliant with the approved Swimming Pool and Aquatic Centre industry COVID Safe Plan Stage 3. Please be informed of what is required as nomination of your swimmer to a meet is your acceptance of the restriction and guidelines put in place by the host Club so they can fulfill their requirements.  For this information, please read Swimming Queensland COVID-19 Meet Information for Attendees – 2.0 – 22 July 2020  and Swimming Queensland COVID-19 Terms and Conditions – 1.0 – 22 July 2020 to learn about meet information for attendees.

Racing in the Wide Bay and Brisbane Regions

Wide Bay Swimming Association

The Wide Bay Committee is keen to keep our members engaged in swimming and to give swimmers an opportunity to compete and commit to their targets.

Please click here to access the 2020-21 (DRAFT) Wide Bay Competition calendar.  The attached meets are only open for nomination to GS Aquatics members:

Brisbane Swimming

Brisbane Swimming Association

Brisbane Swimming regularly invites Wide Bay Swimming region clubs to attend specific meets in Brisbane depending on availability.  Details about these meets are generally released six weeks prior to the event to GS Aquatics members.

Racing at State Level

Swimming Queensland

Swimming Queensland

Swimming Qld is committed to recommence competitions for the athletes and coaches to continue their connection to the sport. All planned events will have processes in place to mitigate risk in line with restrictions required at the time.  Click here to access the Swimming Qld website for all updated details and here for the updated 2020 Qld Meet Schedule.

Information about Race Entries

  • Meet nominations are to be made online through the SWIM CENTRAL online system. If you are to compete in the swimming world, it is becoming increasingly important to learn to use the System to enter races.  Click here for detailed instructions for entering events.
  • GS Aquatics is fully supportive of this Swimming Queensland initiative, any effort to reduce volunteer workloads is to be applauded.
  • If you have not already done so, you will need to obtain the SWIM CENTRAL username and PIN for each swimmer wanting to nominate for meets (who must be a financial 8yrs & Under or 9yrs+ Competitive swimmer). If you are experiencing difficulties with membership registration, you can email gsaquatics@gslc.qld.edu.au or contact Swimming Queensland directly by clicking here.
  • If the meet is not on SWIM CENTRAL, manual nominations will need to be done directly with the club holding the meet. Their meet flyer on their website will normally give instructions on how to do this.

If you are unsure, or have a query or suggestion, email the GSA Club Support Officer at gsaquatics@gslc.qld.edu.au.

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