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2023 Australian Championships

In April this year, the Rackley Swim Team had a busy couple of weeks at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre from the 7th – 20th for the 2023 Australian Swimming Championships! Over the two-week period, the Rackley Swim Team saw a whopping 82 swimmers compete; 59 swimmers at the Age Championships, and 23 at the Open Championships!

We would like to congratulate every swimmer who made the team and put all they have into swimming their best. We know that it takes a whole village to raise and support our swimmers, so to our parents, coaches, and friends – thank you!


2023 Australian Swimming Championships

2023 Australian Age Swimming Championships

Across each meet, the Rackley Swim Team amassed a large number of club points. During the Australian Swimming Championships, our open swimmers accumulated 758.50 points and placed the Team at 5th place across Australia, and at the Age Swimming Championships, our swimmers came home with 1,106 points and placed RST at 9th in Australia for Age Swimming. What a mighty achievement!


Please join us in congratulating and celebrating our swimmers who are the best in Australia, and placed in the top three of their events over the duration of the two meets.

Bronte Job – Centenary

2nd – Women’s 50m Backstroke

Tiana Kritzinger – Centenary

2nd – Women’s 1500m Freestyle

Tommy Neill – Centenary

3rd – Men’s 400m Freestyle

1st – Men’s 200m Individual Medley

Lily Price – Centenary

3rd – Women’s 50m Butterfly

Sam Short – Centenary

1st – Men’s 400m Freestyle

1st – Men’s 800m Freestyle

1st – Men’s 1500m Freestyle

Ike Martinez – Centenary

1st – Boy’s 100m Butterfly (16 years)

1st – Boy’s 200m Butterfly (16 years)

1st – Boy’s 400m Freestyle (16 years)

1st – Boy’s 800m Freestyle (16 – 18 years)

Jack Moore – Centenary

1st – Boy’s 50m Butterfly (16 years)

Seun Min Oh – Hibiscus

2nd – Boy’s 200m Breaststroke (14 years)

Felix Wilson – Centenary

2nd – Boy’s 50m Breaststroke (18 years)