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Cheltenham Amateur Swimming Club

The Elite Swimming Club of the Southern Suburbs


Cheltenham Amateur Swimming Club was created in 1964, and is one of the oldest active swimming clubs in Victoria.


In its early years, Cheltenham Amateur Swimming Club operated out of the 50m outdoor pool in Highett known as the Turner Road Pool. The site was developed, and the newly built  Waves Leisure Centre became the home of Cheltenham Amateur Swimming Club, at which the club remains based today.

Cheltenham has a proud history of developing great swimming careers; past members include Australian and Olympic swimmers Nicole Stevenson, David Wilson, Toby Haenan, Jeff and Karen van de Graaf, and Debbie Cain, as well as champion open-water swimmers John and Tammy van Wisse.

Cheltenham Amateur Swimming Club provides a range of swimming options to suit all ages, and caters for beginners through to competitive swimmers.

Cheltenham offers swim coaching and training based on modern sustainable principles, focusing on the long-term development and growth of each swimmer whatever their level, and allows specific classes for fitness and development as well as competition-based swimming squads.

Cheltenham promotes fun, fitness, and 'quality over quantity', and is mindful to the needs of developing children and families.

Cheltenham aims to maintain motivation and enthusiasm, and recognizes that we must provide flexibility and choice and allow our members to achieve a balance between swimming and other activities.

Cheltenham will continue to search for ways to improve in coaching, training and performance, with the specific needs and personal goals of our members always in sight, and with an emphasis on developing a lifelong health through swimming.

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