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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:52

Club Champs

Please check your emails from squad coordinators regarding the forthcoming club champs - all details regarding warm ups, arrangements for the day etc are on there.  There will be a spectator charge for the Hucknall competitions of £2.50 per person.  Please can all swimmers make sure they have appropriate footwear as they will not be allowed on the balcony steps with bare feet for safety reasons.  Thanks in advance to all our volunteers - it's still not too late to help - please see Kath if you can.

 

 

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:06

Five new club records set at Major Oak

James Cox had a record breaking weekend at Mansfield Major Oak meet.  Smashing his personal best on the 200m Backstroke in a time of 2.24.37 he broke the 12 year boys record previously set in 2009 by Tom Roberts.  That was followed by another big PB in the 200m IM of 2.30.11 this time breaking the record set by Joe Wakefield in 2011.  He then completed a hat trick in the fly events -  reluctantly swimming the 200m fly (he tried to miss the race!) but he posted a record time of 2.40.01 ; in the 50m fly going 31.11 breaking a ten year record held by S Smith and finished off the long weekend setting the 100m fly record at 1.11.51.   A fantastic achievement James - well done. 

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 12:40

Major Oak Meet

A small team of CABSC swimmers competed at the Major Oak Meet last weekend hosted by Mansfield Swimming Club and it was a weekend full of County, Regional and Personal Best times and some lovely medals too!  

Evie Sibley won gold in the 50 breaststroke and was just a fraction off her first county time.  Evie also had a go at the 200m breaststroke but sadly a choking incident meant she didn't get to finish the race but the she dealt with the disappointment so well after the race for such a young swimmer.  Big brother Elliot had a great weekend too achieving 5 County times, 2 Midland times and a bronze medal in his first attempt at 200m fly.  George Cummings achieved 6 County times and won gold in the boys 100m breaststroke.  James Cox had a busy weekend back to back racing and achieved 6 midland times and an impressive medal collection of 7 golds and 4 silvers.  James also qualified for the boys skins final which was an exciting knock out competition in which he finished 4th.  Jess Doherty also made it to the girls skins final but the fly draw sadly didn't go in her favour and she went out in round 2 finishing 5th.  Jess narrowly missed out on a midland time but posted 6 county times and came away with 4 silver medals.  Lottie Warsop achieved a midland time in the 200m Breast and county times in the other seven events that she competed in - she won gold in the 400m IM and also a silver and bronze.  Little sister Esme got closer to her county times and put everything she had into every race.  Ella Croft shined in the breaststroke events achieving midland times in all distances and a gold in the 50m and 100m and bronze in the 200m - along with 5 county times in other swims.  Finally Lilly Cherry achieved county times in the 50m and 200m fly.  Not a bad weekend at all for a small team of swimmers - well done all. 

 

Sunday, 19 November 2017 12:26

More Competitive Start Awards

Congratulations to the second batch of CABSC swimmers who passed their Competitive Start Award on Saturday with flying colours together with some lovely diving skills. Thanks as ever to Vicki Schinagl for putting them through their paces.

Rafay Naqvi, Charlotte Beardsley, Charlotte Ward, Abigail Curson, Libbie Maddock, Emily Ellis, Izzy Stones, and Holly Grimes

Well done swimmers.

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