fbpx
Adult Swim Squad at the Artemis Centre

Adult Swim Squad at the Artemis Centre

We are pleased to announce the inception of an adult swim squad at the Artemis Centre, named the Merton Squad. The swim squad caters for participation in all aquatic pursuits from triathlon, to surf lifesaving, masters swimming, ocean swims and general fitness.

We are thrilled to extend an invitation to join the Merton Squad to our MGGS community, including Old Grammarians, parents, staff and friends.

Regardless of what inspires you to swim, our coaching staff will work with you to assist in your skill development, endurance and speed. As a guide, distances covered during the sessions range from 2000m – 3500m. If it’s been a while since you’ve swum in a group before, our adult squad sessions are designed to help you commit to a regular swimming routine within a fun and encouraging environment.

Sessions will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6:15 – 7:45pm. The first session will be Thursday 19 July.

Merton Squad Coach

Artemis Aquatics are excited to introduce Angie Armellini as Head Coach of the Merton Squad.

Angie is a previous Australian and Italian National Age medalist, and Australian and Italian National Open finalist in the 200 and 400 IM. As a Bronze Accredited Level Swimming Coach, Angie comes to us with extensive experience coaching development, state, and national level swimmers, as well as adults and swim fit programs both at the Jamboree Heights Swim Club in Queensland and Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club.

How to join

To find out more information and to join, head to the Artemis Aquatics page on the Artemis Centre website.

We have special community price for all OG’s and their families, register now for $150 for the 10-week program. 

At the Melbourne Girls Grammar Artemis Centre, our vision is for a holistic program that values community, connection and wellbeing. Creating an environment and delivering programs that foster a life-long love of swimming is central to our vision, and integral to supporting all swimmers in achieving their aquatic goals.