Date: Saturday, 4th November, 2017

Venue: MBPP Relau Sport Complex, Relau, Penang

Registration Closing Date: 2nd October 2017, 12pm

This swim meet is limited to Malaysians and swimmers who have not represented the country or the state at any national, international swim meet and who have not won a medal in any PASA or MSSPP swim competition, in any year.

Thank you.



2nd ASUM/NSC/MILO Junior Splash Swim, Melaka 2017

2nd ASUM/NSC/MILO Junior Splash Swim, Melaka 2017 to be held at Pusat  Akuatik Hang Jebat, Melaka from 22-24 SEPTEMBER 2017.







The team has been invited to participate in this swim meet. However, as this is not a club sanctioned event we will not be sending an official team. If any swimmer wishes to participate, please download the entry forms, complete and hand to Coach Heng by the 15th of August 2017. All entries must be submitted by the Club.


6th Selangor Short Course 2017

We have been invited to participate in the 6th Selangor Short Course. It will be held from the 28th to 30th July 2017. To qualify for club sponsorship, please take part in the time trials on the 16th of June – qualify 3 events for sponsorship. The qualifying times will be on the section notice board. Sponsored swimmers must swim a minimum of 8 individual events.

6th Selangor ARENA Short Course Meet 2017-July i

2017 Short Course Invitation Letter2017

Short Course Order of Events

The meet will be in a 25m swimming pool at the Pusat Akuatik Shah Alam. We encourage as many swimmers to participate as this is the only 25m competition we take part in for the entire calendar. Swimmers will need to have excellent starts, turns and finishes to be competitive.

Please use the form below – closing date is 17th June 2017:

Please note, that once you have submitted your entry you will have 48 hours to withdraw without being charged for expenses. Hotel accommodation will be confirmed on the 20th of June 2017.

Thank you.

Singapore Island Country Club Swimming Championships 2017

Entry Form 1

Info Pack

Invitation Letter


We have been invited to compete at the 13th SICC Open Swimming Championships 2017. It will be held at the Singapore Island Country Club, on the 12th and 13th of August – 8.30am to 5pm. This competition is open for swimmers aged 7 and under to 18 years and over. Therefore, we can have Master Swimmers at this competition too.

Age Computation as of 31 December 2017

18 years & Over – Born in 1999 and Earlier

16 – 17 years – Born in 2000 & 2001

14 – 15 years – Born in 2002 & 2003

12 – 13 years – Born in 2004 & 2005

10 – 11 years – Born in 2006 & 2007

8 – 9 years – Born in 2008 & 2009
7 years & Under – Born in 2010 & Later

A registration fee of S$100 (Inclusive of 7% GST) per swimmer is levied. Registered swimmers, Team Managers and Assistant Team Managers are provided 1 Lunch on 12 August and 1 Award Ceremony Lunch on 13 August).

All swimming events are in the Info Pack.

Closing date for registration is 15th of June 2017 as we must submit to SICC by the first week of July. As this is not a club event, all costs are borne by the swimmer and the swimmer must make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. The Team Manager will be appointed by the Swimming Section Committee.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to see me. Thank you.

Penang State Age Group – PASA 2017



img_4637Our crazy  swim team did it again! We won the 53rd Penang State Age Group for the 6th year in the row – the Chief Minister Challenge Trophy for the most gold medals – 61 and the PASA President’s Challenge trophy for the most points – 1836.

This swim competition was held at Chinese Swimming Club over the weekend – 10, 11 and 12 February. It was an extremely exhausting weekend, but the swimmers did their best. They made every point count and every one contributed to the team’s overall success.

It was a close fight, but we did not give up in despair. On Sunday morning, after an exhausting two days, the team was confronted with the fact that Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) was ahead of us by almost 100 points and we tied for gold medals. Well, everyone took a deep breath and did not give up – we pushed ahead and made up for the lost points. We finished almost 100 points ahead overall – helped by some Meet Records, Penang State Group Records and a strong showing in the relays. Well done everyone!!

A big THANK YOU to our Coaches – Coach Heng, Lee Chek and Coach Liu; our swimmers; the Section Committee; the parents and supporters; and not least the Main Committee of our Club who have supported and helped us all the way. Without you, we would not have achieved this success.

It has been a busy summer…


We have had a busy summer. Over the course of two months, we have had swimmers attend:

(a) SUKMA 2016 in Sarawak

(b) the 12th SICC Swimming Championships in Singapore

(c) Milo/NSC/SportExcel Grand Final in Kuala Lumpur

Next week, we are off to the Selangor Short Course and that will be our last meet until the President’s Cup in November…. It will be back to intensive training for the next few months to up our game for November.

Well done to all our medalists and swimmers who have improved their personal best times. It goes to show that commitment during training every day will lead to improvements during the meets.

First Aid & CPR Level 2 Training

Change of Dates: 3 of July 2016 – Sunday and 10 July 2016 – Sunday

Time: 9.30am to 5.30pm

Venue: Mini Theatre, Level 4 Tower Block, PSC


Everyone should learn at least some basic first aid techniques. You never know when you might need them – you could be at home, at work, at school or on holiday.

Whether it’s a minor situation or something more serious, first aid knowledge will give you the confidence to act. You could be the difference between life and death, especially for your loved ones.

Why should you learn first aid?

Gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to act in an emergency.

Be a resource for your family, friends, work and community: we could be exposed to an emergency at any time in our lives. Whether it be your immediate family, people in your Section or the broader community of the Club, having more people with first aid skills helps to build a stronger and more resilient community.

Stay up to date with correct treatments: Over time first aid treatments change and unless used all the time, our memories and skills fade, so keeping up to date with your first aid certificates and refreshing your  skills is vital. CPR should not be practiced on a person who is well.

Stay safe at work and play: Illness and injury can happen at any where, at any time. With first aid knowledge you can create a safe working environment and help meet Occupational Health & Safety  requirements.

Anyone can learn first aid: no matter what your background or skill level is, you can learn first aid. First aid is a skill for every single person to acquire.

You could be the difference between life and death, especially for a loved one.

Ask yourself a question:’If my friend collapsed just now, would I know what to do to help him?’  

The answer is usually no.  

By learning First Aid & CPR, you WILL know what to do in an emergency.

The Swimming Section is pleased to offer FREE training for First Aid & CPR, Level 2 for our section members and 9 PSC employees. (Level 1 is not a prerequisite for this training)

This training will be conducted over 2 days and is limited to 20 places for Swimming Section Members only, who are 12 years old and above. Upon completion of the training, you will be awarded a First Aid & CPR certificate, valid for ONE year.

To register, please use the form below. Places are on a first come, first served basis – it will be based upon the time stamp received in the form. If you register and are confirmed by email, but do not attend the training, you will be billed RM100 in your club account. Registration opens on the 23rd of May at 8am and closes on the 30th, at 1pm. Any forms received before or after those dates and times will be ignored. Google Forms time stamps all forms received so these can be verified.

Lunch is NOT provided but we will have a one hour lunch break and short breaks in between sessions.