Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships 2022


Address: Pymble Ladies College Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Avon Rd, Pymble NSW 2073
Saturday 11 June 2022 to Monday 13 June 2022
Venue Website:
Min pool depth: 2 metres
Max pool depth: 3.7 metres

Recently redeveloped and opened in 2016 as part of the school's centenary celebrations, the new Pymble Ladies College Aquatic and Fitness Centre features an 8-lane 50m heated indoor swimming pool with multiple diving platforms, a large purpose-built learn-to-swim pool and a multi-purpose fitness centre.

The pool meets all ILS Facility Specifications and APLSC 2022 will be conducted as a sanctioned competition.


Technical Officials EOI closes:

Wednesday 13th April 2022

Registrations open:

Thursday 14th April 2022

Registrations close:

Sunday 29th May 2022

Entries due:

Friday 3rd June 2022


Saturday 11th June 2022 – Monday 13th June 2022


*As of 1st June 2022



Friday 10th June 2022

2:00pm-3:30pm: Coaches and Managers Meeting (Accreditation pack collection from 1:30pm)
3:45pm-5:15pm: Officials Meeting (Accreditation pack and Officials shirt collection from 3:00pm)

Meetings will take place at Ku-ring-gai Town Hall
Address: 1186 Pacific Highway, Pymble NSW 2073
Map link:
Parking available at rear of venue.

Saturday 11th June 2022

Competition Day 1
AM: Officials Briefing, Opening Ceremony
PM: U14 Presentation and Welcome Function; Officials Function @ Greengate Hotel

Sunday 12th June 2022

Competition Day 2
AM: Officials Briefing

Monday 13th June 2022

Competition Day 3
AM: Officials Briefing
PM: Presentation Function @ North Ryde Golf Club


Chief Referee: Joanne Teagle
CPR Coordinator: Mary Collins
SERC Coordinator: Brione Rundle
Equipment Coordinator: Brendan Watts


The Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships 2022 will be conducted as an ILS-sanctioned competition. Anti-doping testing will be on standby for youth and open world records.

A new World Anti-Doping Code came into effect in January 2021. It is the responsibility of athletes, coaches, officials, administrators and support personnel to be aware of and understand their obligations under the Code. Further information and a summary of changes in the 2021 Code can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website:

It is recommended that all Royal Life Saving members and APLSC participants complete the Anti-Doping Fundamentals online course (previously Anti-Doping Level 1). This course is free but requires registration to the Sport Integrity Australia e-learning platform (previous Sport Australia / ASADA / Play By The Rules credentials should work at login):


APLSC 2022 will be conducted by under the RLSSA Competiton Handbook 2022 Edition. The 2022 edition replaces all previous editions and can be downloaded here.

The RLSSA Competition Handbook 2022 incorporates all technical rules and bulletins included in the latest ILS Competition Rulebook - March 2022 Update. The 2022 Handbook includes a re-organisation of the 2019-2020 edition with no substantive changes to content.


For further information, please contact Caitlin at the RLSSA National Office:

Mobile: 0421 143 217