The award winning SWIMTAG platform available now in the US! Attract, motivate and support your lap swimmers using this unique platform.

  • Swimmers use their membership card/RFID tag to activate a wristband on the SWIMTAG docking station, no buttons or calibration required, simply take a band and jump in the pool.
  • The swimmer returns their wristband to the docking station and their swim data is automatically uploaded to the website, ready to be viewed online. The wristband is now ready for the next swimmer.

 

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Since 2009 we've been working with leading pool operators to develop a platform that motivates swimmers of all ages and abilities.

To date SWIMTAG users have uploaded swims in one of SWIMTAG pools worldwide, entering competitions and completing exciting challenges along the way.

 
 
 

SWIMTAG Key Features

Docking Stations


Multiple docking station towers can be installed to suit the budget, size and usage of your pool.

Membership Card Integration


SWIMTAG Integrates with your current membership cards, bands, tags or keys.

Dedicated Operator and User Support


We support all our operators and users over the phone, email, via the SWIMTAG website and on social media.

 

Easy Installation


The SWIMTAG docking station is installed at your reception area requiring only power and internet access.

Additional Wristbands and Towers Available


Really busy pool? Each docking station can support up to 40 wristbands and sites can buy additional towers if required.

SWIMTAG Digital Notice Boards


Our Digital Notice Boards can display your live leader boards, competitions, challenges and marketing materials on any compatible screen around your club.

TMActive pool users in Kent have been enjoying a friendly inter-pool battle, thanks to new features developed by SWIMTAG.

The SWIMTAG challenge features have been enhanced to make it possible for teams across multiple sites, to compete in battles, with all data being collated by the cloud based SWIMTAG system.

The live challenge link is available here: https://www.swimtag.net/challenge/20239/Niagara-River-Swim

Operators and users are given real time access to battle progress via the SWIMTAG website, helping individuals maintain motivation as they contribute to their team’s total distance each time they put on the SWIMTAG wristband and enter the pool. Battles pitch teams against each other in events such as the 104km ‘Niagara River Swim or 78km ‘Panama Canal’. New battles will be added at regular intervals to ensure regular users remain engaged.

Kieran Sloyan, MD at 222 Sports, developers of SWIMTAG, says: “The benefits of regular swimming are well documented but the challenge operators face is keeping swimmers motivated and engaged. Lane swimming in its purest form can be a lonely, uninspiring activity. We have developed these challenge features to give people more of a reason to get in the pool, return to the pool and clock up some decent distances.

“SWIMTAG has always offered individual challenges but these new features focus more on enabling teams to compete against each other both at a single site or across multiple sites. This creates a real buzz and gives operators an opportunity to build more of a social community around the pool in a way that hasn’t really been possible in the past.”

TM Active has been amongst the first operators to run an inter-pool battle. Two teams of regular pool users, one at the Larkfield Leisure Centre and one at the Tonbridge Swimming Pool, battled it out to become the first to complete the Niagara River Swim. Team Larkfield was the first to cross the line, clocking up the full combined distance of 104km in 21 days.

Martin Guyton, CEO at TM Active, says: “The battle has become a talking point amongst those competing. The battle also attracted a wide variety of people. Competitor ages ranged from 20 to 61 with a 55 per cent female to 45 per cent male split.

“Over the last decade, gyms have embraced technology in a continuing bid to engage and motivate members through the introduction of entertainment and gamification features. SWIMTAG now enables us to bring similar technology to the pool.

“For the first time, through the implementation of easy to use, digital technology, we can enable swimmers to engage with other swimmers and work together towards a mutual goal. The battle only took a few minutes to set up and once this was done the rest took care of itself, automatically updating team progress from data collected on the swimmers SWIMTAG wristbands. SWIMTAG has already had a positive effect on our swim retention. These new features enhance this and I am looking forward to many more battles ahead!”

All pools offering SWIMTAG are now able to take advantage of these new features which launched in January 2018.

Download our Case Study Brochure and Information Pack to see how we’ve helped operators to attract, motivate and support their swimming members Case Studies - Information Pack

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