By ‘eck, it’s swim up North!
15 swimmers from Senior, Junior (and a very little one from Gold) all went to Sheffield for the weekend to take part in the prestigious Derventio Level One meet – a fantastic meet full of clubs based in the Midlands and with plenty of swimmers from the Universities and sport colleges, including Loughborough, Millfield, Sheffield Hallam and Derventio (which is a Derby based performance squad), 10 swimmers in the boys 16+ age group (average age of 22) swam 100 free in 0:52 seconds. They were amazing and impressive to watch. Continue reading
Caroline writes: 16 of our swimmers competed this weekend in Redbridge. There were some great swims, with 32 PBs.
Total medals won wer 4: 1 Gold, 1 silver and 2 bronzes, and a few close fourth places.
A special thanks to Ben Mango, who despite his daughter not being able to swim still attended to officiate on behalf of the club.
Download the full results.
Martin writes: 19 swimmers competed at a high level 2 meet on South Coast in Bournemouth. This was a great opportunity to gain more regional times and compete against swimmers from different counties and regions, which we do not normally race.
Total Medals 27
- 6x Gold
- 12x Silver
- 9x Bronze
Congratulations especially to Kirstin Harvie with total of 6 medals out of 6 races (3 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze).
Total PB’s 52 out of 87 races and many new regional qualifying times. See the full results.
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You might be able to represent your borough at the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games – the largest youth competition in Europe
The competition is for swimmers in years 5 and 6 (Mini Games on Thurs 2 July) and years 7 to 12 (main games on Sat 4 July). To be in the hat for selection you need to let the boroughs you’re eligible for know that you’re interested. To be eligible for a borough you must live or go to school there.
The British Champs are being swum under new rules this year – read all about it on the ASA website.