Maxwell Records

Please click here for the current

Maxwell SC Records

Maxwell LC Records

Maxwell Open Water Records (coming soon)

Maxwell Relay Records (coming soon)


The records are maintained by Ernie McDade.  If you find any errors please contact him at maxwellscrecords@outlook.com.


LAST UPDATED 30th March 2018 - see the latest news update here


How do you claim a record?

Records can only be updated if they are claimed.  If you would like to claim a record, please email maxwellscrecords@outlook.com.

Please pay particular attention to the following as there are some records previously unclaimed;
  • 800 metre swims for boys
  • 1500 metre swims for girls
Records will be updated at the beginning of each month.
What swims are allowable to claim records?
Records are recorded with relation to the swimmer's age on the day.


A club record may be broken:

  • At any licensed meet, level 4 upwards - Age 9 and over
  • At any unlicensed meet, such as Junior League, Arena League, schools galas, time trials as long as it is run by qualified officials, including timekeepers, and evidence can be submitted to the club  
  • When your MAIN club is Maxwell.  (For swimmers additionally registered with another club, Maxwell should be your main training base, and your training should be mainly undertaken by Maxwell coaches.)

A club record may not be broken:
  • At internal time trials except as specified above
  • Any external meet, such as schools galas, that doesn’t use qualified officials
  • On any relay leg
  • Split times from longer distance events
  • Converted times from short course to long course or vice versa


Stat attack!

  *  There are 704 LC & SC records up for grabs!
  *  21 current Maxwell swimmers hold one or more records.
  *  Billy Martin (a current Maxwell Swimmer) holds an astonishing 81 records, and easily comes out top of the list with the most. (2nd is Craig Gibbons with 58)
  *  Hannah Askew holds 47 records, making her the female swimmer with the most records.
  *  Sophie Govan holds 20 records which is the most amongst current female swimmers.