Witness the 2014 Hancock Prospecting Pan Pacific Championships

Posted in Local Events @ Jun 12th 2014 10:40am - By Administrator

Witness your favourite Aussie swimming champions battle it out against the finest swimmers from the US, Canada and Japan at one of the most anticipated swimming events in the world, the 2014 Hancock Prospecting Pan Pacific Championships.

To be staged in the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in Southport on 21 to 25 August, the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships will feature 30 Aussie swimming greats that fill the line-up of this competition. Among them are Emily Seebohm, Cate Campbell, Christian Sprenger, and David McKeon.

Deemed as one of the most challenging international swimming competitions beyond the Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships, this long course swimming event will be a gathering of swimming power-house nationals like Australia and the US.

The Pan Pacific Swimming Championships happens every four years and the last event was held in Irvine in the US. This year, it will again be held in Australia, which also hosted it in 1999 in Sydney.

The Pan Pacific Swimming Championships is organised under the administration of the Pan Pacific Swimming Association, which was established in the 1985. The association is formed by the four founding swimming federations including Swimming Australia, Swimming Canada, the Japan Amateur Swimming Federation and USA Swimming.

This swimming extravaganza will absolutely attract visitors from all over Australia and across the world. Visitors coming to visit Gold Coast will also find many great accommodations including Burleigh On The Beach. Our Burleigh Beach Resort is less than 30 minutes’ drive to the event venue in Southport.

Secure your reservation in our Burleigh Beach Resort as early as now and visit our website for the best rates and exclusive promos. Log on to http://burleighonthebeach.etourism.net.au

Image Source : Hancock Prospecting Pan Pacific Championships Pool Competition

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