Great Cov & Districts Results by Adam Ruckwood on 13/10/2015 @ 14:12
Very well done to all the swimmers, coaches and team managers who made the last 2 weekends of the Cov & District Primaries such a success. The changes made this year meant some of our swimmers werent eligible to swim, but we still came away with a whopping 73 medals from across the 3 days of competition - 23 Gold, 26 Silver and 24 Bronze. Great job all!!!
Well done & thanks to Kyle Offer - Green Achievers by Jo Deakins on 12/10/2015 @ 14:25
Kyle Offer ran the Coventry Fun Run last weekend in less than 30 minutes and has raised over £100 in the process of which £50 goes to the Swimming Club and the other 50% goes to the Coventry Jubilee Rotary Club. Great fundraising Kyle!
Good Results at National Arena League Opening Round by Adam Ruckwood on 12/10/2015 @ 12:56
Really solid results from the 1st round of the National Arena League at the weekend from both the City of Coventry teams. The A team were racing at Leamington and came out on top with 229 points ahead of 2nd placed Gloucester City on 188 and 3rd placed Leicester Sharks on 176. The team had 17 wins from the 50 races which was very pleasing. The B team were racing in Derby and also had a good evenings work. The team finished 3rd on 159 points behind eventual winners Sutton in Ashfield on 246 and City of Derby B on 211. The teams will be out later this week for the next round which is on Saturday 14th November - swimmers are asked to please make every effort to be available for selection so we can field our strongest teams. Well done to all the swimmers, coaches and team managers!
Diving Award Passes by Jo Deakins on 12/10/2015 @ 08:12
Congratulations to the following swimmers who passed their Diving Awards Yesterday: Tom Ramsey, Zain Bhatti, Dan Ramsey, Harry Tippetts, Jasmine Headley, Angel Agyemang, Eksahib Lakhpuri, Eesha Patel, Louisa Hall, Hayden Nghiem, Caitlin Nghiem, Kulraj Dhesi, George West & Charlotte Cooke
Great National Schools Results by Adam Ruckwood on 8/10/2015 @ 13:50
Well done to all the swimmers who represented Team West Midlands at the ESSA National Schools Championships in Leeds last weekend. There was Silver for Tom Mitchell in the Junior 200m Back and 400m Free, Silver for Charlie Waddingham in the Senior 100m Breaststroke and Bronze for Eva Vicary in the Intermediate 400m Free. Lauren McConnachie, Madeleine Hoare, Rebecca Winn, Alex Carroll and Joseph Iacovides were also part of the team. Joseph also set new Warwickshire Junior Records in the 800m and 1500m Free. Very well done to all the swimmers from all at City of Coventry!