Mindset Coaching Workshop - February 16th or 17th, 2019; 1-5pm

Wellington Diving are excited to have engaged Stuart Walter of the Elite Mindset Institute (www.elitemindsetinstitute.com) who will be coming to Wellington in February 2019 to run two workshops AND be available for private consultations to any athletes or their family members.  You will find attached a biography for Stuart as well as a great summary of how he influenced one of Australia’s Olympic divers over the last few years.  

Victoria University of Wellington’s Swimming Scholarship and Capital Swimming Club

The first recipient of Victoria University of Wellington’s Swimming Scholarship Lewis Clearburt is already making waves with his selection in the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team for 2018.

Read the full article. 

Capital Classic 2017

The Capital Classic is our club’s largest meet held over two sessions (the morning and afternoon of Saturday, November 25, 2017). It is for Competitive Swimmers only and is a Wellington Signature Meet.    

This Meet is Long Course, so is a wonderful opportunity to get the LC times for 2018 Swimwn LC Champs and the National Meets.

Capital Prize Giving

Thursday, November 30, 2017, Poneke Clubrooms 6-8pm.  

More information to follow

2018 Swimming Wellington competition calendar

Swimming Wellington have release the meet calendar for 2018 (linked at the top of the page), the flyer will be available shortly. 

Sports Nutrition 101

Capital Swim Club and Becky Jones (Sports Nutrition) organised a talk aimed at the Swimmers Parents. This the first of a series that will feature over the coming twelve months featuring regularly on the Capital Swim Club calendar. We are very fortunate that Becky has agreed to be our Club Team Nutritionist.

Capital Swim Nutrition 101-2.pdf

Capital Swim Club - THE NO.1 CLUB IN THE REGION

We’re regularly in the top three in the country, with many of our swimmers current national champions and record holders, who have represented New Zealand at international level.


The updated training schedule means swimmers can train every day the club operates, and squads are now structured around age groups. The plan is a comprehensive programme that integrates swimming, dry land and injury prevention routines.