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Go Club

Swimming Australia's GO Club PB is the national swimming club standard. By completing the workbook, swimming clubs are able to measure their performance across five key areas: Memberships, Administration, Activities, Coaching and officiating, Marketing and promotion. As a club's governance structure and processes strengthen and become more sustained, their Go Club ranking improves. 

Swimming clubs are the backbone of our sport and it is a key strategic priority of Swimming Australia Limited to ensure that clubs continue to develop and excel. The Australian Unity GO Club PB is a key component to measuring and rewarding your club on its ability. 

What are the benefits of participating in the GO Club PB?

2014 GO Club PB and Inclusive Clubs Results 

Congratulations to our 31 WA clubs completed the 2012/2013 GO Club PB Workbook. One WA club received a Platinum Ranking, and 7 clubs Gold Ranking. Congratulations to the following clubs for their efforts:

Platinum

Western Sprint Swimming Club

Gold

Breakers WA Swim Club

Bunbury Swimming Club

Guildford & Kalamunda Districts Swimming Club

Leisure Park Lazers Swimming Club

Peel Aquatic Swimming Club

Perth City Swimming Club

West Coast Swimming Club

Silver

Arena Swim Club

Broome Barracudas Swim Club

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School Swimming Club

Rockingham Swimming Club

South Lake Dolphins

South Shore Swimming Club

Southside Penrhos Wesley Swimming Club

Swan Hills swimming Club

Thornlie Swimming Club

UWA Uniswim Swimming Club

Victoria Park

Westside Christchurch Aquatic Club

Bronze

Golden West Dolphins 

Green

Boddington Swimming Club

Busselton Swim Club

Collie SC

Kalgoorlie Amatuer Swimming Club

Kambalada Amateur Swimming Club

Lesmurdie Legends Swimming Club

Tuart Hill Swimming Club

For the full list of all clubs results across Australia click here

Inclusive Club Standards 2014 Rankings

In addition to measuring club governance and sustainability, Clubs are able to measure their efforts to ensure their documentation, facilities and services delivered are as inclusive as possible. The Inclusive Standards workbook provides a comprehensive framework by which clubs can ensure they are as inclusive as possible. 


18 WA clubs completed the Inclusive Club Standard workbook with 1 WA club receiving 5 stars as a leader in inclusion. Congratulations to:

Leader in Inclusion (5 Stars)

Guildford & Kalamunda Districts Swimming Club

Proactive about Inclusion (4 Stars)

None

Acting on Inclusion (3 Stars)

UWA Uniswim Swimming Club Inc.,

Thinking About Inclusion (2 Stars)

Broome Barracudas

Bunbury Swimming Club Inc.,

Leisurepark Lazers Swimming Club Inc.,

Lesmurdie Legends Swimming Club Inc.,

Peel Aquatic

Perth City Swimming Club

Southside Penrhos Wesley Swimming Club

Swan Hills Swimming Club

Thornlie Swim Club

Tuart Hill Swimming Club

West Coast Swimming Club

Discovering Inclusion (1 Star)

Arena Swim Club

Boddington Swwimming Club

Southlake Dolphins

Victoria Park Swimming Club

Westside Christchurch Aquatic Club

For the full list of results click here

Congratulations to all clubs who completed the workbooks.

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