Swimmer of the Month June 2019

Congratulations to all our Swimmers of the Month for June 2019

South Australia


Zahali Heart Sreckov - Team Bronze
Zahali is relatively new to Teams but is very keen and listens well.

Golden Grove
Kazuya Saito - Team Bronze
Shows commitment and dedication every session, team player.


Caroline Springs

Noah Berens - Team Bronze
Always asks how to improve, and tries to challenge himself against the older children.


Aruna Gamhewage - Team Silver
For striving to do his best at all times.

Western Australia

Butler (pictured)

Maddie Giddens - Team Bronze
Maddie always has a go with a fantastic attitude!

Canning Vale

Joshua Zappelli - Team BronzeFor a fantastic effort at the carnival. 

East Fremantle

Blake Tweedie - Team Bronze
Consistent hard work over the past year in making tremendous progress in your swimming. 


Mitchell Jarnicki - Team Gold
Mitchell has been working very hard during training to achieve his Team Silver Certificate which he did so for June Super Swim. 


Peyton Kavanagh - Team Silver
Peyton moved up to Team Silver in the last couple of months and has never failed to put in a huge amount of effort every session, making some of our long term Team Silver's work harder to keep up with her.


Brielle Dredge - Team Silver
Brielle has gone from being un-motivated and not enjoying swimming a few months ago to now absolutely smashing it in the pool and even placed in the top 3 for every event she swam at the carnival. 

Osborne Park

Chloe Swift - Team Bronze
Chloe has been putting in a great effort to better her technique and swimming endurance. Chloe has improved so much that she has started to lead out the lane for our fastest Bronze on a consistent basis. Well done Chloe!

Secret Harbour

Mikayla Brown - Team Silver
A strong month of swimming saw Mikayla make her last assessment and move into team silver

Whitford City

Tarun Bechar - Team Bronze
Tarun is always polite & enthusiastic. His mindset & approach towards improving his swimming is outstanding.