To all those who attended the meet. Without you all it would not be possible.
To the Officials who gave their knowledge and time.
To the Swimmers, for their dedication to training and competing.
Hope to see you all next year!
Competition Calendar (PDF) - Last updated on 20th July 2017
Squad Training Timetable - Last updated in January 2017
Part of the IPC World Series, Berlin proved successful meet for Jessica-Jane Applegate and Jordon Catchpole along with their Coach Alex Pinniger. Jessica-Jane set 4 new S14 world records and Jordon set two new S14 world records, including breaking his own 50m backstroke record. For full details, read the Berlin International Championships report report by Alex Pinniger.
See the Swimmer of the Month report for full details.
A team of 14 of our Masters swimmers competed on ‘home soil’ and did City of Norwich Swimming Club very proud indeed. There were some great swims throughout the day and numerous PBs and Season Bests.
East region Records were broken by: Jess Applegate (400Fs), Lynne Meale (50Br), Louise Bush (50Br), Chris Trueman (50Br), Lynne Meale (200IM) & Jess Applegate (100Fs)
Gold medals were won by: Jane Blackwell, Giovanna Bertoldi, Sophie Liddament, Jess Applegate, Martin Clarke, Lynne Meale, Louise Bush, Chris Trueman, Alys Rowley, Carl Shaw, Spike Buchan, Ladies 4x50 Medley relay & Ladies 4x50 Fs relay.
Silver medals were claimed by: Spike Buchan, Louise Bush, Carl Shaw, Martin Clarke, Lynne Meale, Jane Blackwell & Sophie Liddament.
Bronze medals were won by: Jane Blackwell, Lee Bennett, James Adcock & Mixed 4x50 Fs relay.
With a team that ranged from 19-70 years old, every member of the team brought back some silverware for their efforts – a great achievement! Well done to our Masters Squad….proving you’re never too old to be competing!
The final on the 4th February 2017 proved to be an exciting evening of swimming with our junior swimmers set with the challenge of pulling back 41 points from the first round. The team pulled together and smashed it by 50 points...Read the full Norfolk Junior League 2017 report by Jane Blackwell.