Stafford State School pool – 21/11/2021 – 8:30am
Stafford Stingers are hosting a fun and friendly relay carnival on Sunday 21st November 2021. The carnival is open to all schools/clubs/kids, you do not need to be a swim club member. Here’s a chance to have a fun race day out with your mates.
Where: Stafford State School Pool
When: Sunday 21st November
Racing: 9-11am (estimate)
Cost: $5 per team
Canteen: Yes a canteen will be open on the day.
Entry: Send your team details and chosen events to
email@example.com by 19/11/2021
Get your team together and come along for an action‐packed morning of
relay racing! Our team relay meet is open to teams of 4* swimmers who
wish to compete in 4x25m or 4x50m relays.
All teams will swim heats and will be seeded into finals based on their times.
All teams entered will swim finals and have a chance to win their division.
Junior teams – 2x25m, Senior teams – 4x50m, compete freestyle and
Our friendly relay carnival is open to anyone who wishes to compete. We
ask that each relay team has at least 1 adult present to assist with
marshalling/time‐keeping and other roles on the day.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Reeve Vaughan 0466727602.
To enter, send through the following team details to email@example.com
Average team age:
Category: 4x25m, 4x50m
Sex: Male, Female or Mixed
Events: Freestyle, Medley, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly *events will be decided based on numbers
Age group determines which event distances your team would like to swim. There
are no hard rules on age as teams will be placed in finals based on their times in the
heats. Yes, you can swim in both age groups. Parents are welcome to make a team
and swim as well.
Mixed category requires at least 2 swimmers to be female. Female swimmers are
allowed to swim in male teams, however male swimmers cannot swim in female
Choose all categories and events you wish to enter. You can enter your team into
Seed times are used to place your team into heats along with teams of similar times.
If you don’t know your seed time you can leave it blank.
Teams are encouraged to have four swimmers, however three swimmers can make a
team with one swimmer doing an extra leg.
As teams are seeded into finals based on their heats, teams that swim more than
10% faster in a final over their seed time will be moved into a higher division final.