Sunday 24 April 2022

Games Entry Fee

$115 per person or $105 per person for people aged 70+
(the above entry fees will increase to $145 and $135 respectively as at 11 February 2022)

Please note: All transactions are subject to a PayPal charge (1.5% of total amount due +$0.30).
Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.

Sport Entry Fee

All Events: $85 per person


Last Updated: 13/10/2021

Age Requirements

Age determined at 31 December 2022
Minimum age 30 years

Age Groups


Female: 30-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65-74, 75+
Male: 30-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65-74, 75+

Relay (Sum of ages range):

R1: 140-179

R2: 180-219

R3: 220-259

R4: 360+


Men’s 200m Surface Mono
Women’s 200m Surface Mono
Men’s 200m Surface Bifin
Women’s 200m Surface Bifin
Men’s 50m Surface Mono
Women’s 50m Surface Mono
Men’s 50m Surface Bifin
Women’s 50m Surface Bifin
Men’s 400m Surface combined fins
Women’s 400m Surface combined fins
Short Break
Open 4 x 50m relay Bifins age addition  <180
Open 4 x 50m Relay Bifins age addition 180-219
Open 4 x 50 Relay Bifins age addition 220-259
Open 4 x 50 Relay Bifins age addition >259
Men’s 50m Apnoea
Women’s 50m Apnoea
Men’s 100m Surface Mono
Women’s 100m Surface Mono
Men’s 100m Surface Bifins
Women’s 100m Surface Bifins

Number of Participant Requirements

Minimum number of participants required to conduct competition: 60 participants

HBF Stadium

100 Stephenson Ave, Mount Claremont Western Australia 6010

Competition will be conducted under the rules of CMAS  – Masters world cup rules.


Surface events

Surface events must be swum on the surface on the water (meaning that some part of the body or snorkel must be above water level) except on the start and the turns where swimmers may remain up to 15m underwater.

In all surface events a snorkel must be worn.


After the start competitors must remain with faces in the water until the finish has been touched.  Lifting the head before touching will cause disqualification.  The even can be swum completely underwater or on the surface without breathing.


Mono fins must be made of fibreglass or carbon fibre without any attachments other than the foot pieces.


Maximum length of bifins must be no more than 45cms for bifin events. Competitors with fins longer than this length will be classed as Monofin swimmers and will compete in the Mono events

For Relay events

Relays can be made up of all men or all women or two men and two women

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