Announcing the 2022 Age Champions!

17 March 2022
Backstroke start Vic Age Champs
Written by: Swimming Victoria

Over 1200 athletes from 85 clubs tested themselves against the best age group swimmers from Victoria and across the country, at the 2022 Victorian Age LC Championships at Melbourne Sports Centres (MSAC) from 10-14 March.

We saw some outstanding results from our young athletes, with countless personal bests and national qualifying times achieved. It was a testament to the resilience of our swimmers and coaches after another interrupted season.   

The standout male and female athletes who achieved the highest accumulative point score crowned Age Group Champions. Congratulations to the following swimmers:

Age Group Champions




12 Years

Kody Said – Traralgon

Kaitlin Ord – Melbourne Swimming Club

13 Years

Tharwin Prarom – Nunawading

Lily Koch – MLC Aquatic

14 Years

Campbell Wilson-Moran – Haileybury

Matilda Byrnes - Geelong

15 Years

Oscar Kreutzberger – GT Aquatics

Alannah Torrance – MLC Aquatic

16 Years

Harvey Larke – Melbourne Vicentre

Isabella Boyd – Nunawading

17-18 Years

Evan Chee - Nunawading

Alannah Banks – Surrey Park

Multi Class Age Group Winners




12-14 Years

Hamish Keenan – Swimland

Imogen Nolan – Surrey Park

15-18 Years

James Logan – Geelong

Kayla Wilson - Traralgon

For full results click here.

Nunawading once again confirmed itself as Victoria’s powerhouse club, taking out the Fred Blunt Trophy for the highest aggregate points over the Victorian Age and Open LC Championships. It amassed an impressive 4818 points across the two Championships, ahead of MLC Aquatic (2975) and Surrey Park (2612).

A number of other awards were achieved at the Championships. For the full list of awards click here. Congratulations to all our winners, presentation of all awards will take place at the Swimming Victoria Awards (date TBC).

Swimming Victoria would like to thank all swimmers, coaches, parents, officials and volunteers for a memorable Victorian Age LC Championships.

We now look forward to the All Junior Competition which kicks off with our country swimmers this weekend. All the action will be live and free on SwimTV, tune in here.

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