With the weather only getting hotter it only makes sense to jump into a pool.
The Isa Heat Swim Team were after exactly that when the organisation held its first come and try night in three years, on Wednesday October 9, in a bid to rebuild the club.
Isa Heat Swim Team secretary Hayley King said they were re-establishing the team and getting into the routine of what a meet night looks like.
"This year we really want to push that its not just for kids but for adults as well," Ms King said.
"We want to have more adults so they can inspire the kids and also mentor someone below them."
Ms King said the concept of the club was to have weekly meets in which the swimming community could have the opportunity to practice their competition skills, dive off the blocks and technically finishing off a race, all in a friendly environment.
"It's not about competing against others but against yourself," she said.
Ms King said there were a few stars already.
"There's already a few kids that have put their hand up for the swimming competition in Richmond representing Isa Heat, it's really exciting," she said.
The Isa Heat Swim crew were thrilled with the turn out on opening night with just under 100 people turning up and about 35 competitors ranging from just five years of age to 35 years of age.
The second come and try night will be on Wednesday October 16 at 5.15pm.
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