BSC caters for a wide range of swimming levels. Prior to starting, all swimmers are assessed by the Head Coach and placed into an appropriate squad.
Junior 1 – Swimming FUNdamentals
The Junior 1 squad focuses on stroke technique and learning swimming drills. All strokes are explored during training sessions.
Junior 1: Monday and Thursday: 6:00-7:00pm.
Junior 2 & 3 – Swim Skills
In the Junior 2 & 3 squads, swimmers learn skills such as starts and turns while working on technique and drills. Swimmers are encouraged to join in at the clubs PB Challenges where they experience their first taste of racing.
Junior 2: Wednesday 5:30-6:30pm and Thursday 6:00-7:00pm.
Junior 4 – Swimming to Train
In Junior 4 squad, swimmers are introduced to competitive swimming. They develop skills in starts and turns with an introduction to butterfly. Swimmers participate in PB Challenges where they race to improve their ‘personal best’ times in a relaxed and fun competition format.
Monday: 3:45-5:00pm and Tuesday: 5:30-7:00pm (PM option)
Tuesday and Thursday: 6:15-7:30am (AM option)
Intermediate Squad – Train to Compete
Swimmers train 2-3 times per week for extended fitness and racing in regular club competitions. Most swimmers in this squad also compete at local, south west and Perth swim meets aiming for State Championship qualifying times.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 5:30-7:00pm
Fitness Squad – Train for Fitness
Swimmers are encouraged to swim for fitness and friendship. This squad combines pool swimming with open water swimming, with some training sessions in the summer months at the Busselton Jetty. We offer a range of times to accommodate those with busy school commitments.
Tuesday and Thursday 6:00-7:30am
Saturday (summer only) 6:30am in the Busselton shark net enclosure.
Performance Squad – Train to Win
This squad focuses on performance swimming with swimmers aiming for State and National level Championships. This squad requires special focus and dedication and the swimmers results will be considered, and their personal enthusiasm and willingness to participate is essential. Swimmers are expected to be able to commit to attending 7 or 8 sessions per week. (13+ years of age).