Learn About CHRSLSC

We are an adult swimming club that meets every Wednesday evening at the C2K Aquatic Centre, part of the Castle Hill RSL Club.

We meet at 7:30pm with the 1st heat in the water soon after that. There are 4, 5 or 6 events, each of up to 6 heats.  The first event is nearly always a longer distance freestyle i.e 100, 200, 300 or 400 metres.  The following events are a variety of all strokes, none of which are more than 100 metres, with us typically finishing with a 25 metre dash, sometimes as a relay.  See the Program tab for our calendar of events for the current season.

 

Meet the Committee Members

Robina Fellner – Club President

Robina was re-elected president for 2015 after a successful year as president in 2014. She had previously been vice president since 2010 and has been in the club since 2000 holding many positions on the committee.  She is a trained swimming coach .

She can be contacted on 0412 595 789

 

Mark Burrough - Club Vice President

Mark has been with the club since 2004, and has held the position of handicapper since 2006. And for 2015 he has also continued in the role of vice president .

He can be contacted on 0412 264 495

 

Wendy Sheppard - Club Secretary

Wendy has been with the club for several years now. She was the  club secretary for 2014 and has accepted the role of Club secretary for 2015.

 

Kerry Genovese - Club Treasurer

Kerry has been with he club for quite a few years now and has accepted the position of Treasurer in 2015.

 

Brendon Upson - Club Captain

Brendon is one of newer members, keen to be on our committee.  He is being ably assisted as Captain this year by club vice captain Joe Serg.  This year he has taken on the role of organising the pool deck for each Wednesday evening competition.

Scott Andrews  - Master Co-ordinator

Scott was our Club Captain in 2014 and has taken on the role of Master co-ordinator where he will be our representative to the NSW Masters organisation.

 

Mark Burrough - Club Handicapper

Mark has been with the club since 2004, and has held the position of handicapper since 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

Our Goal

 

Our aim is to provide a friendly competitive environment  where swimmers of all levels can race against others with an even chance of winning.  We run a handicap system  the aim of which is, after swimmers starting at different times, they  come home together to finish in a "race".  We also provide optional entry into the Aussi Masters swimming where swimmers can compete in carnivals around the state, nationally and internationally against swimmers of similar ages.