24 Sep 2016
September 24, 2016

Surprise visit from a Rio Olympian

Swimmers training at Narrabeen on Wednesday afternoon were treated with a wonderful surprise visit from a Rio Olympian. A member of the Gold Medal winning Australian Womens Sevens Rugby squad, Alicia Quirk, spent some time with some very lucky swimmers before their training session. She described her amazing experiences in Rio and how it felt.. read more →

17 Sep 2016
September 17, 2016

2016 NSW State Open SC Championships

Last weekend saw the first appearance of the Carlile Swimming Team at the NSW state open Championships. The Carlile Swimming Team (which is the combination of the three Carlile heritage clubs: Narrabeen, Cherrybrook and Ryde) dominated the point score with a total of 2260 points, with SOPAC (1097) in 2nd and Trinity (699) in 3rd place. The.. read more →

15 Sep 2016
September 15, 2016

2016 Maui Channel and Waikiki Roughwater swim

Ollie Signorini is a Narrabeen Carlile Swimming club team member who recently had a trip to Hawaii where he competed in 2 events, the Maui Channel Swim and the Waikiki Roughwater swim. Amazingly Ollie won both events! The Maui Channel swim is a timed relay race with six team members. Each team member swims for.. read more →

Narrabeen Carlile’s Leon MacAlister represented Australia recently at the Jnr Pan Pacific Championships in Maui, Hawaii. Up against the worlds best age group swimmers, Leon at 16 years old had a tremendous meet, bringing home 2 bronze medals! Leon attained his first bronze medal in the 100m backstroke, where he swum a pb time of.. read more →

05 Sep 2016
September 5, 2016

2016 NSW State Age SC Championships

The 2016 NSW State Age SC championships were held at SOPAC from Friday through to Sunday, over the past weekend. Narrabeen Carlile had 70 athletes swim, competing against the best age group swimmers in NSW. Carlile were strong across the board, winning a total of 45 medals (17 gold, 14 silver & 14 bronze) and.. read more →