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Somerset Masters Swimming Club

Somerset Masters

You don’t have to be a ‘gun’ swimmer to join the Somerset Seahorses. However, Somerset is not a learn-to-swim club. We are a club that caters for people who can already swim, and provide an environment in which they can improve this skill, and maintain/develop fitness in an enjoyable manner (fun and friendship).

Anyone 18 years or older with an interest in swimming for fitness and fun is welcome to come along and join.

Age is no barrier. Swimming is one of the few sports you can actively participate in throughout life. We have members from 18 years of age into their 90s.

 

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Somerset Masters is a Healthy Club.  We promote a smoke and drug free environment, adequate protection from the sun, a safe environment in which to participate in activities and healthy diets.

 

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Somerset Masters Back in the Pool

With the re-opening of the 50 m pool at Aqualife on 15 August, Somerset Masters Swimming Club recommenced its pool activities on Tuesday 18 August 2020.  All members are invited back to participate in the various activities offered.  Training sessions, endurance swimming sessions and the Sunday morning Club Day are all going again.  Let's all get back in the water and put those lockdown blues behind us.

For newcomers wanting to join the Club, 16 month promotional memberships are available from the beginning of September.  Come along and experience what we offer, and then if you enjoy it, join up.

 

Happy 100th Birthday, Joyce O'Farrell

Read here about our "Living Treasure", Joyce O'Farrell, who turned 100 on 12 May 2020.

 

Winter Solstice Tribute Swim for Clayton Rowles

Several Somerset Seahorses did a tribute swim for long-time Club member Clayton Rowles who passed away in June 2020.  Read about it here.

 

Busselton Jetty Swim 2020

The 2020 Busselton Jetty Swim was held on 9 February in what turned out to be very good conditions.  Murray Corp's description of the event and the results for those Somerset Sea Horses who took part can be seen here.