Start the year right and come try this awesome sport!
Underwater rugby is an action-packed, 3D, weightless sport played with a water-filled ball, mask and snorkel in a swimming pool. You’ve got to hold your breath, dive down and tackle opponents to score a goal in the basket at the bottom of the pool.
Underwater rugby was invented by German divers looking for away to keep fit in winter, but has now taken over the world. The team at UNSW was the first in Australia, and we now have teams in 7 cities across the country.
This 5 week introduction course will teach you everything you need to know to compete. Everyone is welcome to come along, make new friends, and try out an exciting new sport!
What: 5-Week Beginner’s Course
Who: Guys and girls all welcome
When: Wednesdays, 8:00-9:30pm
Starting from Wednesday 28th of February (Week 1 for uni students)
Where: Deep end of UNSW pool, cnr of Anzac Pde and High St
(Let reception know you’re playing underwater rugby)
Bring: swimmers, towel. Optional: mask/snorkels & fins
$30 Arc Members
Cost includes: Five 1.5hr trainings with coach, insurance, club membership and free attendance at any weekend sessions for the duration of the course!