Multi Class Competition
Multi Class (MC) events see swimmers with a range of disabilities, competing in the same race. In order to compete in MC competition swimmers must have an eligible classification.
Swimmers race against the world record time in that event for their classification. Event results are determined using the Multi Class Point Score system. The winner of the race is not always who touches the wall first, but the swimmer who posts the highest point score (i.e. a time closest to the world record for their classification).
Swimmers may be granted certain exceptions to the normal swimming rules in order to compete fairly. This allows for meaningful and fair competition for all swimmers.
Check the events calendar for details about up-coming MC competitions.
Download the following resources for more information:
Click here to watch a short video on Multi Class Competition and Classification.
Further information can also be viewed on the Swimming Australia website.
For enquiries please contact Swimming Victoria.
DSSA National Short Course Championships (Hosted by Geelong Swimming Club)
Saturday 23rd - Sunday 24th September 2017
Geelong Grammar School