What are good swimming times?
Average time to swim a mile
|Swimming Type||Average Mile Swim Time|
|Mile swim in a pool||25-27 minutes|
|Mile swim open water||30,02 minutes|
|Mile swim in the ocean||33-35 minutes|
|Mile swim breaststroke||45-50 minutes|
What is a good time for 50m backstroke?
An average time would probably be around 40–45 seconds give or take. And lastly a good freestyle time would be 35 or below. Anything below 30 would be objectively pretty quick and if your time is that fast you should get into some competitions! I hope this helped.
Who is the fastest female swimmer in Australia?
Aussie Emma McKeon reinforced her status as the fastest woman on Earth on swimming by winning the 100m free with a new Olympic record. She is only the second female sprinter ever to swim this event under 52 seconds.
What is the distance can swim a normal swimmer in yards?
How Many Yards In A Swimming Mile?
|Swimming Type||Mile Swim Distance|
|Competitive Swimming (in a pool)||1650 Yards|
|Open Water Swimming||1760 Yards|
How fast should you swim 100 yards?
For example, a swimmer does 100 yards comfortably in 2:00. Theoretically, this swimmer should be able to do a 200 in 4:00, a 300 in 6:00, etc. If you find you cannot maintain your pace for longer swims, try a modified pace.
What is a good 100 yd swim time?
Record your time, and use this as a base for swims of longer distances. For example, a swimmer does 100 yards comfortably in 2:00. Theoretically, this swimmer should be able to do a 200 in 4:00, a 300 in 6:00, etc. If you find you cannot maintain your pace for longer swims, try a modified pace.
Who is Australia’s best swimmer ever?
Ian Thorpe is Australia’s most successful Olympian of all time with a total of nine medals, (five gold, three silver and one bronze medal) from Sydney and Athens combined.
Who is the fastest Australian runner?
Patrick Johnson can proudly claim to be Australia’s fastest man. As the only Australian ever to break the 10-second barrier for the 100m, Patrick’s speed and determination to succeed made him a star of the Australian athletics scene.
What are the age groups for swimming in NSW?
To simplify the acknowledgment of records, the Board of Swimming NSW has decided that there will be one record for each of the following age groups for each stroke and distance. The age groups are 10 & under, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Years and Open.
How do I contact the Swimming NSW Office?
If you have an enquiry regarding a particular record please contact the Swimming NSW office on (02) 9763 5833 or alternatively email [email protected] Thanks for your feedback.
Are NSW State Records recognised at the Australian Little Athletics Championships?
NSW State Records will not be recognised for performances at the Australian Little Athletics Championships (ALAC). LANSW have now changed the way State Records are displayed (in line with the way that Little Athletics Australia display Australian Best Performances (ABP) – both electronic and hand-held).
Are claims for NSW State Records accepted at competitions?
Claims for State Records are only accepted from competitions under the control of the LANSW Board of Management (i.e. State Relays, Region Championships, State Combined Carnival and State Track & Field Championships). NSW State Records will not be recognised for performances at the Australian Little Athletics Championships (ALAC).