After six successful years the iiNet Team Sprint Cup is back yet again and is sure to be bigger and better than ever before.
We’re proud to have raised in excess of $700,000 for Autism West Support Inc. over the past six years and look forward to adding to that total in 2014.
The 2014 iiNet Team Sprint Cup will be held at 3pm on Sunday, 30 March at Christ Church Grammar School swimming pool, and will once again be in the format of a 6 x 50m sprint swimming relay. There are several ways that you can support the event.
The exclusive Corporate Challenge is restricted to just 30 Corporate Teams and costs $1,600 per team. Registration forms are now available. Last year’s results, including split times, are available on the Team Sprint Cup website so log on to check out your time and know what you need to beat in 2014.
ACE Cinemas School Challenge
The ACE Cinemas School Challenge proved to be a huge hit last year and we’re looking for even greater participation in 2014. The ACE Cinemas School Challenge gives school students an opportunity to compete in the 6 x 50m Primary School Challenge. There is also a prize for the school that raises the most funds for Autism West.
Register your School Team and start training now for the 2014 Ace Cinemas School Challenge.
The Corporate Lunch
Even if you can’t swim – you can still support this great cause. Each year Autism West host an exclusive Corporate Lunch.
Last year, we were lucky enough to have former Olympian Geoff Huegill attend and swim at the 2013 event. “It’s been great to be involved in the iiNet Team Sprint Cup for Autism West, the atmosphere pool side was excellent”, Geoff said. “I loved seeing how a team type swimming meet could be so much fun for both the school kids and corporate teams as well as fundraise for this great charity”.
We look forward to giving you details about the upcoming 2014 Corporate Lunch. So watch this space!…
Now’s the time to start training so register a team, get your goggles on and dive in!
iiNet is a proud sponsor of Autism West.
Photo Credit: Autism West and Fischer Photography
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