The records listed are correct as of 13 April 2008.
|25 m||00:08.58||Alastair Smith||2008||Edenbridge|
|50 m||00:19.91||Brendan Rocha||2008||Hong Kong|
|100 m||00:43.35||Brendan Rocha||2008||Hong Kong|
|200 m||01:43.60||Brendan Rocha||2005||Canberra|
|400 m||03:49.34||Adam Wind||2000||Canberra|
|800 m||08:19.19||Danny Rogers||1999||Rotorua|
|1500 m||16:22.66||Adam Wind||2002||Canberra|
|50 m||00:25.17||Alan Barber||2007||Edenbridge|
|100 m||01:13.09||Jon Bowring||2007||Edenbridge|
|25 m||00:07.42||Alaric Smith||2000||Glasgow|
|50 m||00:17.84||Brendan Rocha||2002||Canberra|
|100 m||00:45.43||Alaric Smith||2007||Edenbridge|
|400 m||No Time|
|800 m||08:15.11||Alaric Smith||2000||Gillingham|
|4×50 m||01:23.41||ACT Vikings||2002||Canberra|
|4×100 m||03:16.22||ACT Vikings||2002||Canberra|
|4×200 m||No time|
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