2023 Hancock Prospecting Queensland Championships

Date & Time
Sat, 09/12/2023 to Fri, 15/12/2023

Event Details

Welcome to the 2023 Hancock Prospecting Queensland Championships event page. 



  • Meet Information
  • Overall Club Points

    Multi Class Events Club Points

    Able Body Events Club Points



    Regional Relay Results


    Program (refer below updated Finals Timelines Wed, Thu, Fri Finals)

    Sunday Finals Program

    Monday Finals Program

    Tuesday Finals Program

    Wednesday Finals Program

    Thursday Finals Program

    Friday Finals Program

    Points (After Saturday)

    Points (After Sunday)

    Points (After Monday)

    Points (After Tuesday)

    Points (After Wednesday)

    Points (After Thursday)

    Self-Marshalling Entry List

    Timeline (updated Finals Timeline Wed, Thu, Fri)

    Tickets (see below for more info)

    Live Stream (see below for more info)

    Qualifying Times

    Timekeeper Roster

    Live Results

    Regional Relays Live Results

    Program (Sun-Fri)


    Online Form - Confirming Intention to Swim 400m, 800m & 1500m Events

    Events of 400m and over require swimmers (or their Coach / Team Manager) to confirm their intention to swim.  This may be completed at the Help Desk (located on pool deck near the dive pool) or via online form, a minimum of one hour prior to the published start time of the event during the Heats session (not your heat). Failure to confirm their intention to swim will be taken as a withdrawal. Confirmed swimmers must then follow the self-marshalling procedures outlined in the program. 

  • Ticketing Information
  • All tickets for the 2023 Hancock Prospecting Queensland Championships will be general admission. That is, not to a specific area, seat or row; with no reserved seating available.

    Tickets on sale.

    Ticket link: https://bit.ly/23-hancockprospecting-qldchamps-tickets

    Each ticket will be valid for one session only. There will be 13 sessions during the Championships, this includes Relays Day, 6 sessions of heats and 6 sessions of finals. Please note, heats and finals sessions are separate.

    Tickets will be available for purchase online through Ticketbooth ($7plus fees) and at the front gate via EFTPOS ($8.50). Online tickets allow for a faster entry to the venue.

    A discounted 10 Multi Pass will be available to purchase online only and may be used by different family members (e.g. Mum, Dad, Uncle Loki, Grandma), but each ticket may be used once only.

    • Children 15 years and younger are free (and don't require a ticket).
    • Concession Card Holders* are free upon presentation of their card (and don't require a ticket).
    • Competing swimmers don’t require a ticket.

    Ronald McDonald House Charities, is the official charity of Swimming Queensland. They provide a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children being treated in nearby hospitals. You can help them with their great work by donating on the final screen when purchasing tickets online.

    *Eligible Concessions: Department of Veterans’ Affairs Card Holder, TPI or Department of Veterans’ Affairs issued Pensioner Concession Card Holder, Commonwealth Senior Health Care Card Holder, Pensioner Concession Card Holder, Health Care Card Holder or Full time Australian Secondary or Tertiary student Card Holder.

  • Pre-Meet Training
  • Pre-meet training will be available in the competition pool on Friday 8th December from 9:00am to 12:00pm & 3:00pm to 6:00pm.

  • Live Stream
  • Don't miss a second of the action with our exclusive livestream.

    • Event Pass (every race, every day) – $22.99
    • Relay Day – FREE to watch
    • Day Pass (Heats and Finals) - $8.49

    You will have the ability to download and save, so you can re-live the action.


  • Catering Options
  • Saturday 9 Dec
    Coffee Corner: 6:30am - 4:00pm
    Freestyle Kitchen: 9:30am - 4:00pm
    Bar: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
    Mobile Coffee: 6:30am  - 12:00pm
    Aquatic Café: 6:30am - 4:00pm
    Street Eats: 10:30am - 2:00pm
    Plus Boost & Gluten Free Donuts


    Sunday 10 Dec
    Coffee Corner: 6:30am - 8:30pm
    Freestyle Kitchen:  9:30am - 7:00pm
    Bar: 12:00pm - 8:30pm
    Mobile Coffee: 6:30am - 12:00pm
    Aquatic Café: 6:30am - 4:00pm
    Street Eats: 10:30am - 7:00pm

    Plus Boost & Gluten Free Donuts

    Monday 11 - Friday 15 Dec
    Coffee Corner: 6:30am - 8:30pm
    Freestyle Kitchen: 9:30am - 7:00pm
    Bar: 12:00pm - 8:30pm
    Mobile Coffee: 6:30am - 12:00pm
    Aquatic Café: 7:00pm - 6:00pm
    Street Eats: 10:30am - 7:00pm

    Plus Boost & Gluten Free Donuts

  • Project H2grOw
  • Project H2grOw is back!

    Swimming Australia invites new and continuing athletes to track growth, maturation, and swimming performance with Project H2grOw. Project H2grOw will be operating during the Hancock Prospecting Queensland Championships. The team will be situated on the front concourse as you enter the grandstand area. Please keep an eye out for the Project H2grOw banner.

    Operating dates: Saturday 9th December to Tuesday 12th December

    Operating times: Heats sessions from 8:30 am. Finals sessions (excl. Tuesday 12th December).


    • Any athletes 18 years and under who have previously been measured by Project H2grOw regardless of how long ago your measurement was
    • New athletes – boys aged 10-16 years; girls aged 10-15 years


    • No documentation is required for continuing participants previously measured
    • New parents and participants will need to read and sign the information and consent forms which can be obtained from Project H2grOw researchers on the day, or by requesting the forms at h2grow@swimming.org.au

    Cost: There is no financial cost associated with participation in this project

    Swimmers are requested to attend for height, weight and sitting height measurements. Measurements take less than 5 minutes to complete. Parents are invited to attend with their children, but this is not mandatory as long as the signed consent forms have been supplied.

    From being involved, you will receive a Project H2grOw summary report identifying:

    •          Your maturational status and stage;

    •          Your growth tracking history, for those who have participated in previous years and;

    •         A H2grOw rank score - which shows how your swim performances scaled based on your relative age and maturity status.

    Those who do participate will be invited to an online information session - for swimmers and parents - after the swim event. The online session will explain the benefit of information presented in the summary report and how it can be used by coaches, parents, and athletes.

    If you would like to know more, please go to the Project H2grOw website or send us an email at h2grow@swimming.org.au.

    Project H2grOw website - https://www.swimming.org.au/performance/athlete-resources/h2grow

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