2117 entries for individual events were received from 407 swimmers (213 women and 194 men) from 21 clubs.
1 swimmer was from a foreign country – Namibia.
371 swimmers eventually competed.
362 swimmers scored points for their club in individual races.
8 swimmers won all 6 of their individual events.
305 relay teams were entered.
There were 5 swimmers entered who were younger than 25 years.
There were 153 swimmers entered who were 60 years and older.
64 of them were 70 years and older.
15 of them were 80 years and older.
The oldest female competing was Wendy Saunders (85) from Synergy MSC.
The oldest male competing was Richard Hills (88) from PE Masters Aquatics.
In the Open Water events 153 swimmers entered and 101 swimmers competed.
South African Masters Swimming Colours qualifying times were bettered 46 times by 18 SAMS Swimmers (13 women & 5 men) during the championships.
In all 30 swimmers (18 women & 12 men) who qualified throughout the 2019/2020 season were awarded their SAMS Colours.
A South African Masters Swimming Colours qualifying time was bettered by 1 SAMS Swimmer at the Open Water event.
8 swimmers (5 women & 3 men) who qualified throughout the 2019/2020 season were awarded their SAMS Colours.
Club list with entry count
See what Awards were presented.
BY AGE GROUP:
All events by event number (BIG file)
RECORDS & COLOURS:
- SAMS Records broken or equalled by Event – Individual – Relays
- SAMS Records broken or equalled by Club – Individual – Relays
- SAMS Colours Qualifying Times achieved in the Pool events – by Swimmer – by Club
- All events (Women, Men & Combined)
- Individual events (Women, Men & Combined)
- Relay events (Women, Men & Combined)
- Medals and Scoring places count by Club (Includes individual and relay)
- Championship summary
OPEN WATER SWIM:
1km and 3km Open Water Swims were held on Sunday 15th March at the Homestead Dam in Benoni.
SAMS OW Colours qualifying times achieved at this 3km event
Regional scores – The winning Region (Tshwane MS) – There is no Trophy for this category.